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Old 05-17-2012, 04:35 AM
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Hi people, just wondering who out there has been using or used Five WFX3 winter gloves. I'm thinking of getting a pair as I already have two types of Dririder winter gloves that aren't doing their job (they're crap) and I dont exactly want to waste my money again. I cant seem to find any reviews online so I'm really hoping someone on cbrforum has tried them in minus temps. I'm talking minus degrees celsius. Both the Dririder Nordic and Adventure gloves, even with inner gloves, leave me in what I could only describe as agony on my hour commute at highway speeds in sometimes -3 degrees C. Any feed back would be greatly appreciated because I want to buy the WFX3 gloves very, very soon.
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http://www.five-gloves.com/index2.ph..._categorie=227
 

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Old 05-18-2012, 02:13 AM
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Surely someone out there has at least something from Five's winter range? Anyway, I bit the bullet and ordered the WFX3 on line today. We'll see if they work the first freezing morning I ride to work.
 
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Old 06-14-2013, 09:51 PM
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Hey mate how did you go with these?
There's some five winter gloves on sale near me and like you couldn't find any info on them.
 
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