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AdvantagesWell made, a great quality, keep the cold out

DisadvantagesNone that I have found

...invested in a pair of the Thiosulfate Fleece Ladies gloves. I used to go out with just my some old threadbare gloves on and these were just not helping keep my fingers warm an all so after looking around I invested in a better pair! The Thinsulate gloves cost me about £6.99 and I have since seen them in the Millets store for about £9.99 so at least I got them before a price increase! I got mine off...

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AdvantagesWarm & dry, lightweight with good grip

DisadvantagesSlightly bulky

...Not so much a comment on the current arctic weather up here in Scotland as a testimonial for my trusty Thinsulate gloves. These have once again proved themselves invaluable as we struggle to maintain some semblance of normal life, buried under around two feet of snow already this year! But that?s exactly the kind of conditions for which they?re intended. There are several versions...

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AdvantagesWarm, easy to use, easy to fit, comfortable.

DisadvantagesThe outer knitted surface doesn't last, not water proof, a bit pricey, takes ages to dry out.

...a medium size glove. Within seconds to a couple of minutes dependent on how cold my fingers are due to the weather and outside conditions, Thinsulate gloves are generally reliable for quick heat. However, in use, although the top layer Acrylic surface does allow some give when the gloves are worn, the webs of the thumb fabric are now beginning to unravel due to use. My gloves are about three years old...

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