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Old January 2nd 05, 04:10 PM
john smith
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Look at the online outdoor outfitters websites or visit a nearby
backpacking store. Look for glove liners and shells. This will give you
a two-part system to play with. The liners will be fleece or
polypropolene (sic) and the shells may be leather or combination of
synthetics which will give you waterproof/windproof protection.
Use the shells for preflighting and remove them and use the liners for
cabin tasks. The thin polypro liners fit like a second skin and will
keep your hands warm and give you the dexterity you need.

RobsSanta wrote:
Looking for suggestions for a good pair of gloves that could be used for
flying. I have seen these NoMex gloves a lot on eBay but haven't decided
yet .
Any suggestions ?


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