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    yes is camelback gloves

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    Quote Originally Posted by idebo View Post
    I wanna buy Oakley SI gloves, they good against cold?
    They are very poor in cold weather, even semi cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AR Guy View Post
    They are very poor in cold weather, even semi cold.
    was curious about the same thing, guess thats why you don't see artic soldiers with oakley handwear.

    always thought the oaks could survive mountain/alpine terrain though ?

    does anyone have first hand experience if the oaks aren't warm in winter/cold weather ?

    would the assault gloves from wiley or blackhawk be better ?

    http://www.patriotoutfitters.com/scr...?action=sp5218

    http://www.patriotoutfitters.com/scr...action=sp10533

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    No gloves like that are warm. You can pick a good warm glove (ie look for some leather with tinsulate or similar) or a thin glove where you can keep your fine agility.
    Also, when it's cold, as in so cold that you have to cover your hands, wear mittens. And since you wear mittens when it's cold, drill with them. Because if you can change a mag in 4 seconds with mittens, you sure as hell can do it quicker with a thin 5 finger glove.

    My 2 cents, and that's how I roll yo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasse View Post
    No gloves like that are warm. You can pick a good warm glove (ie look for some leather with tinsulate or similar) or a thin glove where you can keep your fine agility.
    Also, when it's cold, as in so cold that you have to cover your hands, wear mittens. And since you wear mittens when it's cold, drill with them. Because if you can change a mag in 4 seconds with mittens, you sure as hell can do it quicker with a thin 5 finger glove.

    My 2 cents, and that's how I roll yo.
    thats fair enough, perhaps they'd make one b/c there isnt a product out there yet

    or if anything, troopers would wear a liner INSIDE an assault glove....whether there's no layer built in, they can just add one in

    wonder if any members have some input also if they're from areas with some snow

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    http://i49.*******.com/jg72o1dotjpg

    can someone identify the gloves this operator utilizes?

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    [QUOTE=deagle;5018533]was curious about the same thing, guess thats why you don't see artic soldiers with oakley handwear.

    always thought the oaks could survive mountain/alpine terrain though ?

    does anyone have first hand experience if the oaks aren't warm in winter/cold weather ?

    would the assault gloves from wiley or blackhawk be better ?
    QUOTE]

    i think that Blackhawk gloves are much better for the cold. i often use Blackhawk SOLAG HD Gloves with NOMEX
    http://www.body-armour-protection.co...ith-nomex.html
    Last edited by lunte; 06-19-2010 at 12:25 PM. Reason: spelling!

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    id watch tv show 'The Warriors" hosted by Tery Schappert his gloves look cool
    skeleton like. anybody know d name or type

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    ^ Mechanix Impact Pro 3.0 black. Next time pics would be cool.
    Last edited by Olf; 06-19-2010 at 02:05 PM.

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    My Petzl Cordex gloves sorta suck. If you buy a pair, buy the Cordex Plus (medium-weight).

    Now I've got another pair of goddamn fingerless gloves. Stupid fingertips wore out in 2 months of climbing, rappelling, etc.

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    Just picked up some blk Oakleys last week, work great so far. I got an XL so that theres room to fit thin gloves on underneath for cold weather because these gloves are strictly warm weather kit.

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    If you really want to have "assault" gloves or whatever they're called, and have 'em warm (always a relative term), get some liner gloves to wear underneath them (assuming they'll fit underneath).

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    Please identify?

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    ^ Mechanix M-PACT

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    Quote Originally Posted by deagle View Post
    thats fair enough, perhaps they'd make one b/c there isnt a product out there yet

    or if anything, troopers would wear a liner INSIDE an assault glove....whether there's no layer built in, they can just add one in

    wonder if any members have some input also if they're from areas with some snow
    I haven't seen assault style gloves that are warm, but a lot of people use a thinsulate glove in leather a lot during the winter. It sure beats your single layer assault gloves. Also, if you want a liner, you need a glove that is big enough to have some airflow, because it sure as hell sucks if they are too tight. My experience is from Norway, where we have plenty of -Celsius and snow.

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