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Neff Rover Pipe Gloves

Neff Rover Pipe Gloves
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Description: Neff Rover Pipe Gloves

The Neff Rover Pipe Gloves may look a bit ordinary, but the quality of this product comes from its amazing technology and quality. For starters, the synthetic leather and no-slip grip palm make for amazing practicality, perfect for getting a tight grip in any situation. Of course with the neoprene chassis and 2x PU Coated mesh, the Rover Pipe Glove is also extremely durable and comfortable at the same time. Other details include a hook and loop wrist closure, palm slide pull tab, and even pre-curve finger geometry to make this a great all-around product.

Key Features of the Neff Rover Pipe Gloves:
  • 2X PU Coated mesh and neoprene chassis
  • Synthetic leather palm with no slip grip silicon print
  • Hook and Loop wrist closure
  • Palm side pull tab
  • Pre-curved finger geometry

Rover Pipe

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Great gloves
Great gloves for spring skiing/ boarding. Not for cold weather.
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November 11, 2014
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Very nice price because i got them in sale!
Raf R on Jan 19, 2016
looks cool and cheap
David F on Jan 10, 2014
matches outdit
Wendy G on Feb 7, 2014
Michael T on Dec 15, 2013
Do neff gloves run smaller or bigger would you say?
A shopper on Dec 28, 2014
Best Answer: I would say dead on. I wear a medium and they fit perfect. I love them. I will not wear anything else ever again. And they are warm!!! But you should for sure water seal them.
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do these provide any good insulation at all? or will i need under gloves?
jacob f on Nov 27, 2013
Best Answer: The gloves have a medium insulation. I used them at a indoor snowpark for four hours and hsd no issues. They do get really wet though. If your going to be on a cold mountain all day I would say get a thicker pair of gloves.
Reply · Report · Cameron P on Nov 28, 2013
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