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what are the best gloves that i can buy in toronto that is not too bulky so that i can handle things, like holding on to parcels and stuff. no fucking mittens and shit like that.

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im looking for a very particular type of glove, but i cant find anything like it. i would like very thin soft leather so that its almost skintight, and also ends at the bottom of my hand with little to no extension onto the wrist, preferably with a snap enclosure. no holes in teh knuckles like ugly driving gloves or cut off fingers.

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i tried the arc'teryx gloves on the other day at paragon, and they were really easy to move around it, and a great fit, but there's no way they are going to keep you warm when it's really cold outside.

korn feat. ice cube

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Did you try on those specific ArcTeryx gloves (Gamma SV)?

I figured they would be warm enough, that kind of sucks.

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Those Arc'teryx gloves have no insulation to speak of

but are windproof and will keep you relatively dry

Townie glove or spring use only. Not warm per se.

I sell Arc'teryx and I'd skip the gloves from them

everything else they make from harnesses to packs

and outerwear is the best imo but the gloves fall way

short compared to whats on the market.

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yes, i tried on those specific arc'teryx. they were nice... really really easy to move around in, but too technical looking for me.

a guy at the store told me to layer gloves if i want a 'slim' look. for example, a light windproof glove liner in addition to a thicker glove... but basically i don't think anything tight is going to be warm. you need space inside. or something.

korn feat. ice cube

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