SSG 10 Below Waterproof Gloves
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- Waterproof membrane
- Thinsulate and SSG polar fleece lining
- Digital palm
- Reflective stripe
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SSG 10 Below Waterproof Gloves Featuring four layers of warmth, SSG 10 Below gloves provide proven waterproof protection in cold weather. Along with the knitted cuff and stretch back, these gloves are lined with Thinsulate and polar fleece. The warmest thin glove insulation available, even in damp conditions, Thinsulate provides about 11/2 times the warmth of down, and about twice the warmth of other high loft insulation materials. Polar fleece is a soft napped insulating synthetic wool fabric that is comfortable to wear, very warm and provide a lightweight warmth - a good alternative for those that are allergic or sensitive to wool. Features: Waterproof membrane Thinsulate and SSG polar fleece lining Digital palm Reflective stripe Item Specifications: Color: Black
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These gloves are truly fantastic as far as warmth goes! With 40g of Thinsulate, they are toasty warm. I'm living in Wisconsin right now, so I don't mess around when it comes to keeping warm. I was at the barn for 3 hours in single-digit temps with windchills at least 10 below, and my hands stayed nice and warm. As it drops further, I'll pop some hand warmers in - since I sized up, there's room to do that!
As far as dexterity goes I am also incredibly impressed. I was able to fully groom and tack my horse with no issues, including buckle the bridle. The grippy palm is VERY nice, and makes tacking much easier. Holding the reins was fine and they didn't slip at all, but I did notice it was a bit challenging to feel the reins from the padding. If you ride a horse that is more of a rein ride you may need to spend some time getting used to it, but since my guy hardly needs any rein, I'm not worried about it.
The only thing I can't comment on yet is durability, but I'm sure I'll find out!