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product review - running gloves

I like Manzella Gloves, I have a few. I had a Manzella liner in previous years, but it proved to be not warm enough. It's great for times I run a distance that is long enough to see temperature change. The thinner gloves keep enough warmth in so I don't have to layer too much everywhere else. They are thin enough to tuck anywhere when it becomes hot and they are no longer necessary. I keep them in the car as a spare since they don't take up much space. I got a slightly heavier glove this year and haven't looked back. They're still thin, but the material is less porous in structure. I ran the Duke City 5k the past weekend and tried them out. They worked wonderfully. They're thin enough to not be overbearing, but warm enough to provide a purpose. The gloves are surprisingly good at blocking wind. My hands do not collect sweat on them like they do with thicker gloves. These gloves also have some reflective properties which help with low light running visibility.

If you run or do some activities in cooler/outdoor weather, I'd recommend adding a pair of gloves to your wardrobe. Good ones can be found under $20, are well constructed, and use quality material. If you're planning on doing a running event soon, check your good bag for coupons to use at local sports stores and save yourself some money on new gloves.
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