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    looks like winter is settling in and my shop where i do woodworking is not heated. any recommendations for fingerless gloves that won't cost an arm and a leg (& a finger)?

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    I have Youngstown gloves which work well, only the thumb and first 2 fingers of the glove are fingerless.

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    This may sound too simple but how about you get the pair that you like and cut the fingers off
    That was easy
    or try a motorcycle supply
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJimi
    This may sound too simple but how about you get the pair that you like and cut the fingers off
    That was easy
    or try a motorcycle supply
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    Now that sounds like a great idea and as stated "That was easy"
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    Default Re: fingerless gloves

    I never understood them. When does the palm of your hand ever get cold? If I can do without the fingers, I can do without the whole glove.
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    Default Re: fingerless gloves

    I take a pair of good loose fitting warm finger gloves and slice the finger on the glove I want to be open. Then I can flap the glove back to expose a finger when necessary and get it back under cover. Useful for shooting, nut/bolt issues, picking up dropped pins, picking your nose, opening a lock, running the phone, whatever.
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    Default Re: fingerless gloves

    good recommendation MikePA.
    i don't want to ruin whole gloves I like by cutting them up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randy41
    good recommendation MikePA.
    i don't want to ruin whole gloves I like by cutting them up.
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    Youngstown Work Gloves

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    thats what i ordered but i ordered directly from youngstown equipment and they are $8.95 plus $4.95 shipping.

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    Default Re: fingerless gloves

    Quote Originally Posted by cp1969
    I never understood them. When does the palm of your hand ever get cold? If I can do without the fingers, I can do without the whole glove.
    I'm with you. Apparently certain people doing certain things in certain climates have a use for them, but I never had a use, nor can I imagine ever having a use, for fingerless gloves.
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