Mens Trekmates® GORE-TEX® Gloves £23.85 delivered @ Nomad Travel
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Mens Trekmates® GORE-TEX® Gloves £23.85 delivered @ Nomad Travel

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Found 19th Jan 2016
SIZE LARGE AND SMALL ONLY
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Trekmates® GORE-TEX® Gloves are constructed to meet the GORE quality promise " Guaranteed to keep you DRY " with a high level of breathability.

Features:
*Windproof
*Waterproof
*Breathable
*Pre curved fingers

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Thomablue

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Yeah just expired.
Strange how they sell out and receive no heat

Think L still in stock @ £23.85

Thanks OP got XL size and a Berghaus Mule 2 40 for £22

ordered the thermals at £7.50 x2. One in XL and one in XXL, So I am extra warm.

£3.85 delivery though, which you did not mention so you owe me £3.85 OP

paypal me lol

The large are only £18 plus p&p.so i got large for £21.85 and not out of stock as mentioned earlier

Got these, good warm comfy glove. Hot

I've not voted either way, but I'm curious to know what makes these worth the money. Most gloves are wind and waterproof and a normal pair of gloves are designed to keep your hands warm. The features listed are not unheard of on a 2 quid pair by M&S for example.

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I've not voted either way, but I'm curious to know what makes these worth … I've not voted either way, but I'm curious to know what makes these worth the money. Most gloves are wind and waterproof and a normal pair of gloves are designed to keep your hands warm. The features listed are not unheard of on a 2 quid pair by M&S for example.



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I've not voted either way, but I'm curious to know what makes these worth … I've not voted either way, but I'm curious to know what makes these worth the money. Most gloves are wind and waterproof and a normal pair of gloves are designed to keep your hands warm. The features listed are not unheard of on a 2 quid pair by M&S for example.



Try cycling for an hour or two in a £2 m&s pair and you'll see

I do need a new of gloves, but I also need someone to explain what these will do for me that less expensive pairs will not. I need to keep my hands warm first and for most and I believe most if not all pairs do a fine job of that already.

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I do need a new of gloves, but I also need someone to explain what these … I do need a new of gloves, but I also need someone to explain what these will do for me that less expensive pairs will not. I need to keep my hands warm first and for most and I believe most if not all pairs do a fine job of that already.



Do you really need someone to explain to you how different types of gloves will keep your hands warm/warmer/for longer, etc..? If so then you're a complete buffoon.

Edited by: "horsepills" 20th Jan 2016

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I've not voted either way, but I'm curious to know what makes these worth … I've not voted either way, but I'm curious to know what makes these worth the money. Most gloves are wind and waterproof and a normal pair of gloves are designed to keep your hands warm. The features listed are not unheard of on a 2 quid pair by M&S for example.


Gore-tex gloves for £2 ?

I fail to see the deal here, sorry. These seem to average between 25 and 30 quid. Even 20 quid for a pair of gloves seems like overkill.

I'm not a gloves connoisseur like many of you guys seem to be. I just want a pair to keep my hands warm at 6 in the morning while I'm waiting for a train to work. I'm so sorry for upsetting some clearly butthurt people in this topic. I'll get my coat.

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I fail to see the deal here, sorry. These seem to average between 25 and … I fail to see the deal here, sorry. These seem to average between 25 and 30 quid. Even 20 quid for a pair of gloves seems like overkill. I'm not a gloves connoisseur like many of you guys seem to be. I just want a pair to keep my hands warm at 6 in the morning while I'm waiting for a train to work. I'm so sorry for upsetting some clearly butthurt people in this topic. I'll get my coat.


Its pointless trying to explain the benefits of a Gore-tex layer when you clearly haven't got a clue.

You're right. I don't. That's why I'm posting in this topic. Maybe someone who isn't a massive tool can offer me some advice on why these are worth their RRP. Will they cause my hands to not literally die during a trip to Antarctica for example? They'd probably be worth 23 quid then.




Edited by: "StolenDiagram" 20th Jan 2016

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You're right. I don't. That's why I'm posting in this topic. Maybe … You're right. I don't. That's why I'm posting in this topic. Maybe someone who isn't a massive tool can offer me some advice on why these are worth their RRP. Will they cause my hands to not literally die during a trip to Antarctica for example? They'd probably be worth 23 quid then.


These gloves are intended for outdoor activities (hiking,cycling etc) and not for a "massive tool " who is waiting for a train.

Ok thank you. And sorry for clearly Irking you at your "special"time of the month

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Ok thank you. And sorry for clearly Irking you at your "special"time of … Ok thank you. And sorry for clearly Irking you at your "special"time of the month



Wow. I'm glad I don't have to deal with people like you in "real" life.. calling people massive tools, butthurt, etc.. then topping it off with crass insults about periods! How sad...

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Ok thank you. And sorry for clearly Irking you at your "special"time of … Ok thank you. And sorry for clearly Irking you at your "special"time of the month


No problem son and its always nice when a child makes an apology......

So then where's yours? You're not blameless in all this you know.
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