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Lanyi Compression Anti-Slip Touchscreen Warm Liner Cycling Gloves

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Lanyi Running Sports Gloves Compression Lightweight Windproof Anti-Slip Touchscreen Warm Liner Cycling Work Gloves Men Women

Regular Price $16.99
Price after below code: $8.49

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COMFORT AND LIGHTWEIGHT GLOVES:
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I have a similar glove, it's useless for wind and cold. Wait for some good leather gloves deals
You run in leather gloves? Ok OJ
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They are useless don't believe the hype they do NOT keep your hands warm. Just more china garbage even at 50 degrees
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Are compression gloves for keeping blood out of your hands?
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These were 6 bucks a month ago and major thumb downs
https://slickdeals.net/f/14441936-lanyi-running-sports-gloves-compression-lightweight-windproof-anti-slip-touchscreen-warm-liner-cycling-work-gloves-men-women-for-5-94-ac?v=1

makes me wonder if slickdeals is flooded with fake accounts giving fake thumb ups. There should be a Fakespot app for slickdeal thumb up/downs
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Picked up a pair years ago for $4-5 they are perfect for 60 degrees and up. They provide little to no protection under 60 degrees. Not windproof at all.
Who wears gloves at 60 degrees?
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These were 6 bucks a month ago and major thumb downs
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makes me wonder if slickdeals is flooded with fake accounts giving fake thumb ups. There should be a Fakespot app for slickdeal thumb up/downs
That would be against the business principles of Slickdeals.
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these look 90+% just like the HEAD brand that costco has for about $9.99 on-sale. even when not on sale the HEAD brand is about $12.99 -$14.99 at costco's regular price.

this site has fallen so far since 2006
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these look 90+% just like the HEAD brand that costco has for about $9.99 on-sale. even when not on sale the HEAD brand is about $12.99 -$14.99 at costco's regular price.

this site has fallen so far since 2006
I have run for years in one or two versions of the HEAD brand of gloves that I bought at Costco. With raynaud's syndrome I wear them with no liner from about 30 to 45 degrees. Above 45 degrees I wear even lighter gloves. Below 30 I wear silk glove liners under the HEAD gloves. Below 20 I need to wear heavy mittens. My hands are sometimes cold for the first mile or two of a run with the HEAD gloves and then I warm up enough to be comfortable. I think one is more comfortable for the majority of their run if slightly cold for the first mile or two. Those without raynauld's do not suffer nearly as much with hand pain in cold temperatures.

I am not sure how the HEAD gloves could be used as liners for mittens or other gloves as they are much thicker than my slick liners or my synthetic liners that I bought buy have not worn yet.
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In Britian, we remove our gloves then slap opponents in the face during duels of honor.

In for a few.
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I ride a bicycle, and I wouldn't wear leather or bulky gloves to ride my bike, I might slip trying to shift or brake. That's why these gloves exist.
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I'm a bike commuter and use "glove liners" similar to these, they are acceptable to me for 10-15 minute rides if it's in the 40s. If it's cold, I wear snowboard pipe gloves. A little thicker but still grippy. Something like this.
https://www.the-house.com/gr6cc06...loves.html
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I have run for years in one or two versions of the HEAD brand of gloves that I bought at Costco. With raynaud's syndrome I wear them with no liner from about 30 to 45 degrees. Above 45 degrees I wear even lighter gloves. Below 30 I wear silk glove liners under the HEAD gloves. Below 20 I need to wear heavy mittens. My hands are sometimes cold for the first mile or two of a run with the HEAD gloves and then I warm up enough to be comfortable. I think one is more comfortable for the majority of their run if slightly cold for the first mile or two. Those without raynauld's do not suffer nearly as much with hand pain in cold temperatures.

I am not sure how the HEAD gloves could be used as liners for mittens or other gloves as they are much thicker than my slick liners or my synthetic liners that I bought buy have not worn yet.
These look to be suitable for a tough hand job but I definitely wouldn't shy away from from trying with some HEAD
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Fake china spam
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Bought and returned these. When wearing them, I felt like I should be wearing a formal black gown with these. These looked and felt like woman's formal wear gloves. But again, these would be very good for UV protection during those hot sunny summer rides.
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Gloves when it's 60+ outside?

Floridian? Wink
Anything below 65 is too cold to be outside in.
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