Gloves for trail work AND riding-
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    my church is the woods
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    Gloves for trail work AND riding

    I've been using these for over a year now, mostly for yard/gardening work and trail work. I recently started to ride with them too. They are great for grabbing thorny overgrowth as you ride by and breaking it off. The leather and kevlar palms and fingers feel just fine grabbing the grips. The backside is breathable and keep your hands from overheating. I got mine at the Black and Decker outlet for $20.

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    It's about showing up.
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    Me, too!

    I have had several similar types of gloves for around the yard complete witha back velcro strap. I usually use Fox Inclines; minimalist mtb gloves. The other day I grabbed the wrong pair and had the Sears gloves instead. They were fine and $7 a pair cheaper. One problem though, is that they don't look quite as cool, and, after all......

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