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March 3, 2023, 6:47 a.m. -  Andrew Major

Our winters are generally the same. Rain, rain, rain. But not super cold. The WindBlock 2.0, like every glove I’ve tried, is far from perfect. But it’s the best I’ve come across to date. They take a while to saturate and they’re reasonably comfortable when wet. And they’re a great glove aside for being good for adverse weather.  I can’t comment on the Fox Defend as I’ve never even seen a pair. In my experience the 100% Hydromatic gloves are awful - they aren’t warm, they aren’t dry, they don’t feel good at all. I’m far from alone in terms of folks who significantly prefer the Brisker over the Hydromatic in every condition even though they really aren’t weather resistant. Endura also makes gloves worth checking out. For me the Brisker was the worst glove _except for all the other gloves_ for our winter conditions and now the WindBlock 2.0 takes that crown.

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