Wet Weather Gear

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nevgriff64
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Re: Wet Weather Gear

Post by nevgriff64 » Mon Dec 12, 2016 9:06 pm

I have the AndyStrapz as well but would prefer something with each finger in its own section.

One finger stop/start in City riding is too difficult and using all 4 fingers on the clutch is hard to get used to.

Is there any other options out there?

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Re: Wet Weather Gear

Post by 1coolbanana » Mon Dec 12, 2016 9:27 pm

I believe you can get them in a 2x2 instead of a 3x1 which is much easier to use
I have the 3x1 and its awkward :?
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Re: Wet Weather Gear

Post by nevgriff64 » Tue Dec 13, 2016 10:28 am

1coolbanana wrote:I believe you can get them in a 2x2 instead of a 3x1 which is much easier to use
I have the 3x1 and its awkward :?

2 X 2 could be a better option I think but I always ride with one finger on the front brake lever and one finger on the clutch ( I guess its my Trials riding thats made that a habit for me ) so would still prefer each finger individually sectioned.

I don't always ride in the rain so I can get by with what I have - would just love to know what else is out there that I haven't found yet.

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