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After two rides and one wash, my polarpaws are ripping at the cuffs at the stitching. Buyer beware.

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What is a polarpaw ? :confused:

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Gloves?....but why gloves now?

I bought them by accident because they were the only fox riding gloves in my size. I didnt like the thor gloves. They are quite comfortable for everyday riding. They arent hot all.

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Heck I bought work gloves at walmart with the padded palm area for 9 bucks and they still holding up great. Had them for months

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I thought about a set of mechanics wear gloves anyone use those?

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I use them. I dont have any complaints about them. The only place I ever get a blister is below my wedding ring and that happens no matter what glove I am wearing. I also do have a pair of Fox gloves, although I don't know which ones. I got them off of a clearence rack. No problems with wear, the fit could be better though.

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I thought about a set of mechanics wear gloves anyone use those?

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Thats all I use !! :yes:

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Im going to the stealer today and see at least if ill get store credz. This dealerr was the one that let me exchange my v1 helmet after i broke it

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The stealer has them and the parts guy said the manager should be able to get them under warranty because it didnt rip in a wear area but ill have to wait till tuesday so i guess ill have to get a pair of mechanics wear gloves if i wanna ride tomorrow

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Update: I went to Modells last week and picked up a set of weight lifters gloves. They had the finger tips cut off but very comfy. Riding with them seemed strange as the palms were very insulated (I guess for comfort on weight bar?) and steering felt really disconnected like I was wearing boxing gloves. I never felt like I was fully holding onto the hand grips no matter how hard I tightened my hands.

Went back to the stealer and Fox rep never picked up my Polarpaw gloves. The parts guy gave me a pair of $40 Icon gloves. I will never look at another pair of Fox gloves again. I could hang on a wall with these and very comfy all around.

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