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    Revit H2O winter gloves

    Fleece lined winter gloves.
    $20 each or two for $40...bargin.
    Size XL but would suit smaller.
    Very Good condition..not often worn.
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    I hate it when I think I'm buying organic vegetables but when I get home I discover they're just regular donuts.

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    I'll take them

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    Pm got ...sold to you if they fit.
    Or, if you would rather, Anne works at the end of William Pickering dr, you could pick them up from there?

    I hate it when I think I'm buying organic vegetables but when I get home I discover they're just regular donuts.

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    Another Pair

    Heres another pair of Revit Gloves...same price $40.
    Fleece lined and super warm.
    Good visor wipe material can be seen on the right glove.
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    I hate it when I think I'm buying organic vegetables but when I get home I discover they're just regular donuts.

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    Guess the 2nd pair is XL too?

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    I could be intrested Mark. My winter gloves are to small.
    There is no replacement for cubic displacement.

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    Is that Auckland winter ... or southern winter ... ???

    You got hot grips now ... ???
    Never underestimate ... just how much people you have never met ... can alter your thinking ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FJRider View Post
    Is that Auckland winter ... or southern winter ... ???

    You got hot grips now ... ???
    I gots carpel tunnel issues. Warm hands are a must.
    There is no replacement for cubic displacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzspokes View Post
    I gots carpel tunnel issues. Warm hands are a must.
    Fit Hot-Grips.
    Never underestimate ... just how much people you have never met ... can alter your thinking ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigadee View Post
    Guess the 2nd pair is XL too?
    XXL, they fit my hands well and I buy XL...but I tried these before I bought them.

    Quote Originally Posted by nzspokes View Post
    I could be intrested Mark. My winter gloves are to small.
    Can only but try these Rob, if they suit/fit then it could be a cheap pair of gloves...
    I have only worn them once...

    I hate it when I think I'm buying organic vegetables but when I get home I discover they're just regular donuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FJRider View Post
    Fit Hot-Grips.
    Hot Grips are for girls...yes even they boy-girls....
    I bought a set once...for Mom.

    I hate it when I think I'm buying organic vegetables but when I get home I discover they're just regular donuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maha View Post
    Hot Grips are for girls...yes even they boy-girls....
    I bought a set once...for Mom.
    Suzuki riders ...
    Never underestimate ... just how much people you have never met ... can alter your thinking ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maha View Post
    XXL, they fit my hands well and I buy XL...but I tried these before I bought them.



    Can only but try these Rob, if they suit/fit then it could be a cheap pair of gloves...
    I have only worn them once...
    I will let Tigadee have first refusal as he got in first. Glove sizings are odd for motorcycle stuff. Some im small and others in XXL.
    There is no replacement for cubic displacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzspokes View Post
    I will let Tigadee have first refusal as he got in first. Glove sizings are odd for motorcycle stuff. Some im small and others in XXL.
    Thanks but I wuz juz askin' for clarification... I've already got a pair of winter gloves all ready and Maha's are too big for me anyway.

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    Second pair Sold.

    I hate it when I think I'm buying organic vegetables but when I get home I discover they're just regular donuts.

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