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Zero Restriction Mens Windstopper Winter Gloves
Expensive but good in the cold
These are too hot if it's 50F or higher - just use rain gloves if that's your climate. If it's 40 or lower, these are the ticket. They keep the wind off your hands and have a little insulation value too. They are super duper tacky so with any kind of reasonable grip on the club there'll be no slipping.
One thing though - I have black and white New Decade grips. These gloves put black marks on the white grips. The black comes off with soap and water (and rubbing!). That and the high sticker price are my only complaints.
December 15, 2014
cold weather gloves
I purchased these for cold weather in New Hampshire.
No slippage , good wind protection and stay dry are my immediate impressions.
Got them on sale so the price was good.
November 29, 2013
If quality is what you're looking for...
Sometimes, the equipment that makes the most difference in helping you play better is the equipment you wear. It's one thing to look good it's another to feel good it's the total package when you look good and feel great. These winter gloves from Zero Restriction do it all. Warmth, perfect fit, understated style and a tacky grip. My only regret is not buying two pair at the same time. I'm going to be looking for excuses to wear them often.
April 21, 2013
Gloves do block wind
I bought the gloves because of the "wind blocking" feature. It works. Two other pair of gloves I own would allow the wind to seep through and my hands would get cold. I had to put in my pockets when not swinging the club. The Zero Restriction gloves fit great, no shifting while striking the golf ball, didn't having to place the hands in the pockets between swings. No problem having to take the gloves off to grab something from your pockets either. We were playing a tournament with temp of 53 and windchill in the high 40's.
February 9, 2013