Atlas Gloves

 
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Overall rating 
 
4.3
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3.0
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5.0

Hand Shoes (slippers)

When I saw these "gardening gloves" being used for the first time I was skeptical. Then I tried them. WOW. Really comfortable, like slipper socks for your digits!

These Gloves have nice grip, good dexterity, and hey, you just can't beat the $4-5 price tag.

Caution should be used when sizing them. The fingers can run a bit short sometimes, depending on the users hands. Get a snug fit though. It'll help prevent getting loose material caught in a Blake's.

One of the coolest things about these is that when they get all funkdified from sweat, you can just toss em' in the Maytag and they're like new!

There is also an insulated version available for those of you, like me, who just can't put your gear away when the mercury drops.

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4.0
Type of Use 
 
1.0
Frequency of Use 
 
3.0
Durability 
 
4.0
Comfort 
 
4.0
Safety 
 
4.0

Super grip gloves

I purchased a set of these gloves when I saw how low cost they were. I had never seen anyone use them, but thought I could use the help holding on to the rope during ascent. They work just like you would imagine, they greatly increase my grip and help prevent my hands from getting tired.



I have noticed that sometimes they get in the way, because they tend to stick where ever you put them. I have tried using one Atlas glove and another leather glove to push my blakes hitch up. This combination works well, since I can still get the benefit from the Atlas grip. I do not use the Atlas gloves during decent, since they constantly bind up.

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