Beautiful looking pair of gloves. Fit is perfect. Haven’t had an opportunity to use these. Hopefully I won’t but I am ready for everything.
Thanks Kerry and team RR.
OG Kevin Polischuk
Day 1 supporter good glove slightly slippy in big down pour that maybe I shouldn't be playing golf in. But over all I'm very happy, plus can't beat the feeling, so soft. I would and have recommended them to my buddies.
Work as advertised, and look good. Me likey.
After receiving my new rain gloves my first impression was that they were closer to a regular glove than any rain glove I had previously tried. . I found the fit slightly snugger than my regular glove but close enough. I had occasion to try them within a few days and I really liked them. The problem I have had with previous rain gloves needing to be very wet to have any grip was fixed. I started using them dry as the drizzle started and during the round as they got wetter I could not detect any change in function. They really are a nice glove. I would recommend them to try.
They are meant for rain and not to keep my hand in sub zero (Celsius) temperatures during Spring golf. However they do work well in rain.
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