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    gloves?

    Does anyone know a good website or company to get some quality gloves from other than Rolli which carry Hatch corp gloves? I like the half finger, full thumb. I used to have ones made by push ease, but it seems that they don't make them anymore because I can't find them. The Hatch gloves I don't like because I find they are uncomfortable and the material does not have good grip and they suck if they get wet. Any clues?
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    yeah mechpro bought push ease and dropped the full thumb along with the tan colored gloves. i had to switch to the half thumb which took a few days of getting used to.
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    that sucks because the full thumb is key. That is one of the most important spots I need protection. My thumb is what gets all cut up. No luck finding some good full thumb ones elsewhere?
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    yeah my thumbs took a beating at first but now the skin has toughened up. i tried the hatch and a few other brands but couldn't get the grip the pushease gave. i was buying the full finger gloves and cutting the fingers out.
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    I just found this site that looks like it may have some different gloves to try. I guess I might order a pair and hope they are like the push ease used to be. check it out. http://www.celticware.com/acatalog/G...ssories_2.html
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    let me know how they work.
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    will do!
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    Has anyone used the wet weather gloves? My current gloves suck in wet weather.
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    The best thing ive found for wet weather are the foam pushrims.Im able to get a way better grip on them in rain or snow than i could with plastic coated rims..

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    Shaun do you use gloves with the foam push rims? Do they tare up easily? My coated ones are less than 2 moths old and messed up already.
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