Fox Racing Polarpaw Gloves 2012

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Nice Gloves

Brian in MI

Comments On Nov 23, 2012:Kept my hands warm in mid to low 40's weather.... Nice gloves but would not expect them to go sub zero by any means....

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Good for cool days


Comments On Nov 19, 2012:Good for cool days, not cold days. Order at least 1-2 sizes larger than you think, they run small.

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They work just right for me


Comments On Oct 31, 2012:I have used the Polar Paws for the last couple of winter seasons here in the Southwest. We don't often get rain, but is can get cold, especially in the mornings. I hate the frozen finger feeling, and these gloves are perfect for preventing it. Fit and durability are as good as most any other brand. If you don't have to deal with snow or wet weather, these will serve you well.

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Comments On Nov 12, 2011:First off these gloves are mis-named. They are good for riding in dry conditions with temps slightly colder than normal gloves would be used and thats about it. They are NOT good for cold, wet, off-road type riding.
I bought a pair of polarpaws way back in '99 that were all neoprene with fake leather palms. They were awesome for cold (down to low 40's), wet riding and after 10 years of regular use finally started falling apart, so I bought these. I guess its cheaper to add a teensy bit of insulation to their regular mx gloves than make a different one with different materials.
I also have a pair of new Pawtector gloves that wore a hole in one finger and started falling apart after just 2 hours of riding. I've been a HUGE Fox fanboy for many years but next time I'll try a different brand.

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