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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-31-2014, 07:43 PM Thread Starter
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have rain gear, looking for a waterproof overglove

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I have heated gear, a good rain suit, however looking to buy a set of waterproof overgloves. been looking on line but really don't know what would be the best least expensive way to go. on a ride last year ran into two days of hard rain in Nev. taking a long trip in Jan and thought I should look for something to keep my heated gloves dry. thanks in advance
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-31-2014, 11:04 PM
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I have Fieldshere Overgloves sold by www.motorcyclegear.com for $11.69 a pair. They are completely waterproof; thick and sturdy so they'll last. However, they are also "stiff" and bulky... and sized WAY big so decide what size you'd normally order and then go AT LEAST 2 sizes smaller! The come ridiculously large! On the road, they are bulky (hard to get on and off) but are totally waterproof. Cheap too.
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I have these. Work great!
http://www.aerostich.com/clothing/gl...it-covers.html
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I picked up some nitrile gloves. The ones used for hazardous conditions. You can get them in XXL which will fit over most riding gloves. The ones I have are dark gray (black) and I just keep them on my spare riding gloves. When needed, just change to these. A box of 100 is about $10.

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Try the yellow rubber gloves that ladies wear for washing dishes. Most have a linging and are comfortable.and cheap!
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