Gloves And Chains

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Parrothead66's Comment
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What gloves do y’all use when chaining up? Any that keep your hands dry and warm and still have the flexibility to work putting on your chains?

IDMtnGal 's Comment
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During the winter of 2016 / 2017, I chained up 7 times. I had no specific gloves for chaining and just used my fuel gloves. Didn't chain up again until February and March of this year. I had a pair of heavy Lamont gloves and my brown fueling gloves. I had cold hands each time and they would get wet...so I would pull them off, lay them by the door, put my hands in my armpits for a little bit and grab another pair. The third time I chained, it only took me 40 minutes to throw on 6 chains. That was on Cabbage and I was headed to the house, so they just stayed by my door till I got home and threw them in the wash.

Laura

Mikey B.'s Comment
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I do it the easy way, I don't use chains. Dont even carry them on my truck. Where I run they're not legally required and if its bad enough to need chains I'm parked anyways. Not helpful I know.

PackRat's Comment
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These are the gloves I use if I decide to wear gloves:

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These are rubber on the outside with a cotton interior. I put these over a pair of the brown jersey gloves. I got these at the foot of Cabbage Hill in Pendleton, OR at the Arrowhead Truck Stop.

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Parrothead66's Comment
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I’ll look for a pair of those. Thanks PackRat. Weekly runs through Colorado and by the end of the winter last year I was hating the snow.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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