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avimeron  
#1 Posted : Saturday, January 11, 2014 2:34:35 PM(UTC)
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Hey

Does anyone have a recommendation for a greenhouse and gloves? If possible, cheap, too?

Thank you

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#2 Posted : Saturday, January 11, 2014 2:37:45 PM(UTC)
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I can recommend. brass gloves. I purchased these to pretty quick trip-PCT were sent home. Uncomfortable to use.

They were purchased mainly because of the price and weight, but ultimately wasn't worth it.
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#3 Posted : Saturday, January 11, 2014 3:46:47 PM(UTC)
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Great good to know thanks

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#4 Posted : Saturday, January 11, 2014 9:10:46 PM(UTC)
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Use black diamond. Quite happy.

arthur  
#5 Posted : Saturday, January 11, 2014 9:26:20 PM(UTC)
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Not recommend to you with a specific company or because it's pointless. The glove compartment there are not many differences between. All companies that maintain the orderly distribution of gloves in some types of eyeliner, thick gloves and soptchl oindestoper, gloves, insulated gloves.

From what you write I would recommend you to go for liner gloves in medium-thick thickness that may Stretch what Power, pleasant to the touch, comfortable on the hand stretched, strong and easily ruptured.
I have several pairs of gloves, stuff that I use or alone or as part of an integrated system with insulated gloves to water I plan to be in contact with snow or ice.

avimeron  
#6 Posted : Saturday, January 11, 2014 10:11:01 PM(UTC)
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-Do you have a specific model? And why they and another model?

Arthur I saw exactly what you're talking about the sites of various companies and I'm confused, too many options! Power stretch gloves. I read about advantages and disadvantages but didn't understand basic: in this heat?

If you have any recommended models please tell me. Or examples of models they stretch power medium-thick.

arthur  
#7 Posted : Sunday, January 12, 2014 12:38:16 AM(UTC)
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Yes it's very warm relative to its weight.

I really mean it when I say that if you buy gloves power sterch from leading hard fall, it sometimes seems almost her glove with a different name embroidered on it.

Take for example the following model that I use it sometimes Black Diamon HeavyWeight

I think you look like there are too many options, frankly there is no point in a certain company to produce 2 models of gloves that are appropriate to the task. Therefore, there seems to be significant differences between a glove to glove when it comes to him.

On the other hand I can say that wholeheartedly, not having to do extensive research on gloves and glove exactly perfect for the task you're doing (as opposed to other things, for example, you might want to go to more lower resolutions) If you buy I'm sure ski glove that can climb with ice or Alpine.

avimeron  
#8 Posted : Sunday, January 12, 2014 11:51:58 AM(UTC)
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I want to use gloves for hiking and walking sticks

These do the job?

Http://blackdiamondequipment.com/en/gloves/midweight-BD801068_cfg.html-dwvar_BD801068 cfg_color = _ French_Roast

And what about the rain and water? What can I do?

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ofer  
#9 Posted : Sunday, January 12, 2014 7:08:08 PM(UTC)
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Why? Easy, flexible, allow the use of hands and reasonably warm (cold regions preferred the option of Arthur). True, there are other models, but I don't have the patience to dig too. So I took the first thing that came my way.

See the little longer blog

arthur  
#10 Posted : Sunday, January 12, 2014 9:27:10 PM(UTC)
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Therefore, your model will do the job. It's just a thinner model of my glove.
What about the rain and water?
You want to shield your hands from water? Why
I think the extra weight of gloves sealed to the water seal of Palms from water when hiking.

I use special gloves when Gore-Tex climbing steep ice or snow.

ofer  
#11 Posted : Sunday, January 12, 2014 9:58:32 PM(UTC)
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Arthur,

Agree with you that asirevol of airtight gloves isn't worth the benefit. Why I prefer you to be waterproof? Because when it's raining, wet gloves hardly ever on protective Palm cold (although still with them than without).

avimeron  
#12 Posted : Sunday, January 12, 2014 10:48:38 PM(UTC)
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Enough rain and you with canes and you can't advance because dealing with them. No liner thin can protect from rain?

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#13 Posted : Sunday, January 12, 2014 11:08:51 PM(UTC)
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Considering buying OR how Versaliner. Arthur, you think gimmick worth dollars to someone he doesn't climb and needs protection from roof?

arthur  
#14 Posted : Monday, January 13, 2014 2:57:49 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = avimeron; 578030]

Enough rain and you with canes and you can't advance because dealing with them. No liner thin can protect from rain?

I did not understand, because when it rains you get wet and you can't advance?  Why Some tinkering with? The opposite of it as I increases the rate hike and welcomes the drops as it cools down.

When it rains you get wet. Point. Even if the tetatf get in the way of gentle Gore-Tex sleeves, facial area etc. Water will always find their way in. So what?

When I travel I put my sealed layers only when it rains really hard with a cold wind. I'd rather get wet than walking and accumulate sweat underneath layers.

But each of his preferences. If you want to travel, knowing that you are covered 100 percent of rain. I think hoorsliiner can be a great solution for you.

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#15 Posted : Tuesday, January 14, 2014 12:39:58 AM(UTC)
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Not an ideal solution, but:
In the winter when I'm riding a bike (so, it includes individual cost and rain) I use riding glove with Gore-Tex.
There are several companies that produce such, e.g. http://www.rei.com/produ...untdown-bike-gloves-mens
After several years of use are still facing widespread and block wind.
They have no insulation so they don't horrible clunky,
The inner side is (with rubber fingers)-which means great-grip and not terribly clunky when doing something with your hands (for example holding walking sticks, or a bayonet of the bicycle, and I know a friend who also climbed with similar gloves).
The disadvantage is (again)-there is no insulation, very low temperature then it is not so appropriate.
(In Jerusalem, with a small gathering was fine).
avimeron  
#16 Posted : Tuesday, January 14, 2014 1:19:41 AM(UTC)
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Arthur I really don't agree with you. When it rains you don't go without interference. Wet hands with a cold wind is a recipe for problems, even if your entire body. There is no reason if you enter water if you wear this coat has velcro and lmaill rain probably normal then you got them close it over the glove and all. There is a difference between a drop of rain and swimming in the rain. Swimming you swim after three hours without anything to do. But until that happens, there's a world.

And, in many cases it is raining in high places will also be a cold wind. At least in my experience.

I don't want 100%, I want to be a total dry enough not to put your hands to coat.

Jonathan you can consider?.

Jonathan2  
#17 Posted : Tuesday, January 14, 2014 9:21:32 PM(UTC)
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My pair of gloves weighs 90 grams.
Some weighing soft gloves "
afix  
#18 Posted : Thursday, January 16, 2014 10:56:40 PM(UTC)
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Water protection see relevant question:
Http://www.mountainlaureldesigns.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=51

About-my experience powerstretch dries fairly slowly compared to something like brass. Anyone have any experience?

neutrino  
#19 Posted : Tuesday, January 28, 2014 5:20:25 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = avimeron; 577995]

Does anyone have a recommendation for a greenhouse and gloves? If possible, cheap, too?

You didn't specify what conditions you use gloves. If it's not really cold (until 5) then running gloves DRI-FIT. And maximum pay them some of them BARIER VAPOR gloves from MountainLaurelDesigns or even rubber gloves XL.

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