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Endura Dexter Gloves £13.99 - half price at Wiggle
Endura Dexter Gloves £13.99 - half price at Wiggle

Endura Dexter Gloves £13.99 - half price at Wiggle

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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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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" 9th Mar

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Otto.uk

I've been looking for some winter gloves for when temperatures are below … 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.

Otto.uk

I've been looking for some winter gloves for when temperatures are below … 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: "vincento_1" 9th Mar

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?

wiggle.co.uk/alt…-1/

ArthurDent1

They look nice for the money - Endura stuff is generally well made.I … 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.

Comes up at £27.99 ?

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.

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basergorkobal

I think it's expired. Comes up full price. Which is a shame as I was … 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.


sportpursuit.com/cat…113 looks like they have just got on today.

mcrobbj

https://www.sportpursuit.com/catalog/product/view/id/991113 looks like … 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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