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Keeping your hand flat, measure the circumference around your palm at the widest point below your knuckles (excluding your thumb).
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Weight: 90 gm
Nice warm gloves, they fit well. Not the warmest I've worn but good.
This is my second pair of chipolatas - the other pair is still going strong (one for the beach house and one for home. The fingers are sufficiently sensitive and flexible to not impede gear changing. Living in Melbourne, I find they work best in a range of about 7 - 11 degrees but I admit my fingers and toes seem to be very sensitive to cold. The pull on tabs located on the palm of the glove is a thoughtful addition. Finally, for the price, excellent value!
Bought the Chiplolatas as my very old cycle gloves just weren't cutting it. They are awesome and keep your hands nice and toasty for those chillier days.
These are awesome. We both have a pair now and they are magic in the chilly Wellington winds
It was -8 deg on the trails near Canberra. I looked down in disbelief at the unfeeling lumps of meat that I once referred to as hands. “This has to stop”, I thought, with the few neurons that I could rustle up to form a semblance of a thought, “who can deliver me from this daily nightmare of frozen appendages that render my fingers usunder with the constitution of a Coles frozen sausage tray?” At that moment, the clouds parted, and a vision appeared to my watering eyes. Three cherub-like faces, those of Fraser, Scott and Guy, shone down on me. Their telly-tubby faces radiated a warmth and grace that instantatly bought feeling back to my frozen sausages. “Get thee some chipolatas my child”, their celestial voice chimed in unison, the sound uplifting my spirit. I did, they were great, my hands are like melting butter on a sourdough crumpet and I will never look back.