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Lots of gloves are waterproof. The thin plastic that doctors wear, the thick rubber that fishermen put on, the heavy plastic you might see a plumber using. Kombi 1/4704 Men's Pursuit Waterproof Black Gloves are made with soft materials that actually breathe, becaus ... (see full details) (see specifications) #KMB1/4704.
Kombi Gloves: Men's 1/4704 Waterproof Insulated Black Work Gloves
Lots of gloves are waterproof. The thin plastic that doctors wear, the thick rubber that fishermen put on, the heavy plastic you might see a plumber using. Kombi 1/4704 Men's Pursuit Waterproof Black Gloves are made with soft materials that actually breathe, because waterproof shouldn't equal hot, smothered skin.
Taslan and polytex fabrics were used to create these comfortable black gloves. Woven Taslan is a tough polyester that resists wear and tear, while non-woven polytex adds lightweight, eco-friendly softness.
Soft fleece in the cuffs creates a cushioned, comfortable fit. Just use the adjustable wrist strap to get a perfect fit every single time. The X-Loft insulation surrounds hands with soft warmth. The insulation traps natural body heat, so even cold weather won’t be a problem.
Synthetic gripping material on the palm makes it easier for you to wield and grip tools and implements. Waterguard inserts help keep hands dry even in wet and moist conditions. The membrane allows air flow to penetrate your gloves, but not water. Together with the moisture-wicking Accu-Dri lining, the membranes will keep you dry.
Kombi 1/4704 Men's Pursuit Waterproof Black Gloves don’t just protect you from water, they actually take care of your skin. Lots of gloves will keep you dry, but it takes a special pair of gloves to deliver comfort too.
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3 out of 5
I bought these gloves for skiing. I have ended up using them for shoveling and hiking, but they weren't warm enough for skiing use. I don't think they are warm enough for the stop and go activity of skiing, but they are more than enough for use in constant activity. If you need a decent winter glove, I would recommend this pair.