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Polar Bear Paw print & My Gloved Hand (Arctic 2009)

Gloves act as a barrier between your hands and the elements, protecting them from water, mud, sand, wind and also the Cold…..

They provide comfort by preventing blisters, chafing, and irritation that might occur from direct contact with rough surfaces during activities. Safeguards your hands from abrasions and cuts that might occur during outdoor activities; hiking, climbing, sailing, rowing or biking – and can spoil not jut a the day but an adventure.

Different types of gloves offer insulation against cold and heat, ensuring your hands stay at a comfortable temperature.  Some come with textured surfaces or materials that improve grip, allowing you to better handle objects even in wet or slippery conditions.

All Weather Ultra Grip Knitted Gloves that are waterproof, windproof & breathable; keeping your hands warmth and dry. Preserving your grip and dexterity in all outdoor activities and weather conditions – rain, mud and snow- are my mainstay.

Using a combination of liner gloves and waterproof mittens provides a versatile solution for adapting to changing weather conditions, like snowy or wet environments. Merino liner gloves, they’re at moisture-wicking and ability to provide warmth even when damp or wet. Silk Liners are lightweight, durable and less bulky, good for layering and soft to the touch.

In situations where there’s a risk of exposure to harmful substances or bio-hazards, don’t touch with bare hands always use gloves, they offer a layer of protection.

Experience has taught me that the right type of glove depends on the specific activity and conditions I’ll be facing; a simple tip I share with my fellow adventures! Over time, I have built-up a small collection of ‘inter changeable gloves’ suitable for any outdoor adventure; whether Rowing, Biking or Trekking; on Mountains or Oceans, Arctic or Sahara….

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