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Endura Dexter Gloves £13.99 - half price at Wiggle

£13.99 @ wiggle
Endura Dexter cycling gloves - bought some of these for £26.49 before Christmas but lost them. Been looking to replace them since but the price crept up to £28, but I've just found them at Wiggle for … Read More
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Endura Dexter cycling gloves - bought some of these for £26.49 before Christmas but lost them. Been looking to replace them since but the price crept up to £28, but I've just found them at Wiggle for £13.99.

Haven't got much to compare to but I was dead happy with these for commuting and even used them whilst out running in the winter!
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
No medium :(
#2
I've been looking for some winter gloves for when temperatures are below 5 °C.. It's not easy to find a good pair without paying a fortune

Edited By: Otto.uk on Mar 09, 2017 15:06: ...
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#4
Otto.uk
I've been looking for some winter gloves for when temperatures are below 5 °C.. It's not easy to find a good pair without paying a fortune

Gloves only keep the chill from your hands. If you want warm hands, you need a warm core.
#5
Otto.uk
I've been looking for some winter gloves for when temperatures are below 5 °C.. It's not easy to find a good pair without paying a fortune

These keep my hands really warm, nice quality too.

Edited By: greazedlightning on Mar 09, 2017 17:20
#6
They look nice for the money - Endura stuff is generally well made.

I survivd a Glasgow winter commuting in similar windproof gloves but wondering if something waterproof might be better (it's been a surprisingly dry winter here in Glasgow!).
Spooted these Altura ones on the same site, anyone know whether they're any good?

http://www.wiggle.co.uk/altura-progel-waterproof-gloves-1/
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ArthurDent1
They look nice for the money - Endura stuff is generally well made.
I survivd a Glasgow winter commuting in similar windproof gloves but wondering if something waterproof might be better (it's been a surprisingly dry winter here in Glasgow!).
Spooted these Altura ones on the same site, anyone know whether they're any good?http://www.wiggle.co.uk/altura-progel-waterproof-gloves-1/
Personally I don't think Altura stuff is that great (Not a patch on Endura). I have the sealskin waterproof gloves which are expensive but excellent ( had for 10 years - daily commute and MTB and road biking), use with liners for when it really gets cold. They come up regularly on SportsPursuit. Would also recommend their waterproof socks.
#8
Comes up at £27.99 ?
#9
I think it's expired. Comes up full price.
Which is a shame as I was going to get another pair. I've been using them for two seasons now. Very good and comfy glove.
They're showing some wear being used daily for 2-3 seasons. So at half price would have been nice to get a spare.
#10
Expired
#11
basergorkobal
I think it's expired. Comes up full price.
Which is a shame as I was going to get another pair. I've been using them for two seasons now. Very good and comfy glove.
They're showing some wear being used daily for 2-3 seasons. So at half price would have been nice to get a spare.
https://www.sportpursuit.com/catalog/product/view/id/991113 looks like they have just got on today.
#12
mcrobbj
basergorkobal
I think it's expired. Comes up full price.
Which is a shame as I was going to get another pair. I've been using them for two seasons now. Very good and comfy glove.
They're showing some wear being used daily for 2-3 seasons. So at half price would have been nice to get a spare.
https://www.sportpursuit.com/catalog/product/view/id/991113 looks like they have just got on today.
Thanks but i don't shop in places that force you to register before browsing their catalogue.

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