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Specialy when I use the front brake, I just loosen a little bit my grip the throttle to control the motor or a few times when wet the gloves where sticky enough to open the throttle when I was not carefull enough to really open my hand. The Mechanix gloves I used was the one with the plam covered with rubber with little dots, maybe other kind work better. The trials glove I bought are Jitsie.

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3 hours ago, guy53 said:

Specialy when I use the front brake, I just loosen a little bit my grip the throttle to control the motor or a few times when wet the gloves where sticky enough to open the throttle when I was not carefull enough to really open my hand. The Mechanix gloves I used was the one with the plam covered with rubber with little dots, maybe other kind work better. The trials glove I bought are Jitsie.

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I use the heatproof ones that are made for working on engines, the palms are made of a sort of suede material

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4 hours ago, guy53 said:

Specialy when I use the front brake, I just loosen a little bit my grip the throttle to control the motor or a few times when wet the gloves where sticky enough to open the throttle when I was not carefull enough to really open my hand. The Mechanix gloves I used was the one with the plam covered with rubber with little dots, maybe other kind work better. The trials glove I bought are Jitsie.

Guy

Thanks for the clarification 

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I use the heatproof ones that are made for working on engines, the palms are made of a sort of suede material  ( turbofurball )

 

That would certanly be good as the trials gloves I bought are also made with a kind of suede material

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I wear off brand Mechanix like gloves but I like the idea of mountain bike gloves. I also read somewhere that water ski gloves work good in wet conditions but I've never checked them out.

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