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Survival gear neoprene gloves

Survival gear neoprene gloves
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Neoprene gloves are my preference for cold weather. But these are only good to around 30 degrees. Once the temperature reaches the mid 30’s, I have a pair of thin, insulated gloves that I put on, and then pull the neoprene gloves over them. The rubber of the Neoprene allows the gloves to stretch over the first pair.

With this combination I have a glove system that is good down into the 20’s and provides a good no slip grip.

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