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Old 08-12-2003, 11:27 PM   #1
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Just out of curiousity, how many of you hot rodders have and use driving gloves. I bought a pair last winter...best things I ever bought...only use them in the winter tho, for the summer I have a wheel cover...

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I got some leather gloves for winter. They're not really driving gloves, but they are nice. For the summer I don't use anything. I like to feel the wheel with my hands, but I haven't tried driving gloves, so I'm not sure.

My dad got some for his new Vette, but that'* just so he can feel cool and young, part of his mid-life crisis, so I don't pick on him for it
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Yeah...it got the really thin ones tho, great for grabbing the wheel....no mid life crisis tho
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I have some thin High Quality leather gloves. They dont strap on but they are tight. I use them they are nice.
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I only had a pair when I drove trcuks. Thats to prevent callouses.
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I have a nice pair of leather gloves with nice soft furry insides, they keep me warm, look nice, and match my black leather jacket. Work very nice in the winter, and stay put in any pocket, etc i put them.
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Just thin winter gloves here too. Being from Texas originally, these MN winters are still a bit harsh.
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