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Corey in MI
I was looking for some cold weather gloves for riding MX as well as snowmobiling. I was looking for something less bulky that I could feel the grips with easily. Now, I wasn't expecting them to be worn in less than 10 Degree weather, but since Scott claims they are apart of there Snowmobiling line...I figured they would be good at 32-20 degrees. I was wrong. I got them in the mail and wanted to try them out. All I did was take my dog for a walk, but I didn't even make it around the block and my hands were frozen! It was about 28 degrees. I don't know how many people snowmobile in 32 Degree Plus weather (when snow is melting) but these wouldn't be good until about 45 Degrees. Looking for something else now.Read All Reviews
BRIAN in OH
Different material than the Underwaers and Moose brands (which are exactly the same ones). The MSR are made of a poly blend and the others are a kevlar blend. You would think the kevlar ones would last longer but that's not the case. The MSR also form fit your hands better making a better fit inside the glove. OH, they do what they are suppossed to too. I have wussy hands and I don't get blistersRead All Reviews
Lance in CA
I get blisters with these gloves & not with a different pair of old gloves I have. The inside of these at the palm area are a little more rough, but padded in places. Also I have fairly thin fingers & the index finger on these are kind of tight. They have some fairly thick padding in the palm area, which is comfortable & doesnt affect my grip, but might be an issue if you have smaller hands.Read All Reviews