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post #31 of 34
Another trick to keep gloves from getting wet from sweat is to spray you hands with anti persperant before skiing and again at lucnch is you can. This also works for your boots, too. Don't wear you ski socks driving to the area. Spray your feet then put on the socks in the parking lot before booting up. As mentioned elsewhere, drying gloves (and boots) each day after skiing is important.
post #32 of 34
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Originally Posted by doublediamond223
I use Reusch jetstreamers, so yeah they get a little damp no matter what the conditions are, mostly from sweat. I put them on the floor of whatever room I am sleeping in, palms up, and they are dry by the time I leave for the lifts. I don't wear them in the rain though, I think they would take a week to dry then. They never rip or anything like that, built like a tank.
I use Reusch gloves too, and they seem to dry out pretty fast, even though my hands sweat a lot. It usually takes about 3 or 4 hours for them to dry after a day of skiing.
post #33 of 34
I am reading alot about these kem gloves. Seems to be the consensus here! Where do I get these. Wouldn't mind trying out a pair. Who knows maybe the marmot randonee will go in the pack! I doubt it though , they are a pretty bad ass glove! Thats amazing that they actually dried out after rain and while wearing them ; Sweet!
post #34 of 34
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Originally Posted by Cirquerider
Huckingfellers, the glove I was referring to earlier (Post #4) was my Marmot Randonee. (these are still jet black but the picture makes them look gray) I am going to write to Marmot and find out if this is under warranty. Its just a seam rip.
Yep that would be them. I love mine, I take it you do too
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