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Harbinger Mucka Mush Short Finger Sporting Gloves

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First Sucker:
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Last Wooter to Woot:
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Last Purchase:
3 years ago
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Top 8% of all Woots
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Top 16% of all Woots

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wootalyzer


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Harbinger Mucka Mush Short Finger Sporting Gloves
$3.99 + $5 Shipping
Condition: New

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textunclear


quality posts: 3 Private Messages textunclear

Perfect this winter for keeping your fingers all nice and war..... Oh wait nevermind.

menasan


quality posts: 0 Private Messages menasan

bought these last time - great for punching your dog. not great for a rowing machine. caused blisters.

kippyj


quality posts: 12 Private Messages kippyj

I have these...they're great for biking, especially my bmx. I'm a woman with average sized hands, so I ordered the size small and they're a perfect fit.

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eldiablohijo


quality posts: 35 Private Messages eldiablohijo

MISRy


quality posts: 0 Private Messages MISRy

Are these roxors?

FezMonkey


quality posts: 2 Private Messages FezMonkey

I'd be in for three were it not for the fact that I don't have short fingers. Curse these long fingers!


CypressCustoms


quality posts: 1 Private Messages CypressCustoms

Those are from people with some short fingers....

robino


quality posts: 2 Private Messages robino

I have found that these are actually pretty good for Kayaking, too.

bigshtank


quality posts: 3 Private Messages bigshtank

Harbinger makes really nice workout gloves. Had a pair of natural leather ones about 10 years ago that were the best gloves I ever owned. Well worth it.

krenbaird


quality posts: 2 Private Messages krenbaird

These seem perfect for the gym - I hate touching left-over-sweat, and love having a good grip on the machine. I'm in.

jpsalem


quality posts: 0 Private Messages jpsalem

Anyone know if these would be good for the gym?

I'd use them for shrugs, lat pull-downs, pull ups, low rows, and squats.

Would they cause blisters?

I have the very old black gloves (well over 4-5 years) and they're starting to age.

aofl


quality posts: 0 Private Messages aofl

Harbinger gloves are good. I use a pair (not this style) for weight lifting.

That being said, $5 shipping for a light pair of gloves seems excessive, unless it's a three pack or something.

TotalFark


quality posts: 1 Private Messages TotalFark

I want my TWO DOLLARS!

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efprofessor


quality posts: 8 Private Messages efprofessor

krenbaird


quality posts: 2 Private Messages krenbaird
menasan wrote:bought these last time - great for punching your dog. not great for a rowing machine. caused blisters.



I would think that if you got blisters, you bought the wrong size.

kebear32


quality posts: 0 Private Messages kebear32

bag of junk please....

CooperDude


quality posts: 10 Private Messages CooperDude

These are great little gloves. Highly recommend!

nymetsfan1226


quality posts: 3 Private Messages nymetsfan1226

In for 1! I'm doing my 1st 50 mile bike ride in October and needed a pair of gloves. Thanks Woot!

I've crapped 6 times!

Holic


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Holic

"Unless you’re one of those people who play Allen. Nothing will ever make you guys look cool."

What's "Allen"?

wolfpiper


quality posts: 0 Private Messages wolfpiper

Won't my fingers stick out the ends of these gloves?

baqui63


quality posts: 8 Private Messages baqui63

As per the sizing chart, 9.5 inch "knuckle circumfrence" is the upper limit for XL. If the XXL was available, I'd be in for one but I don't like tight gloves for biking and not willing to risk wasting the $9 on this.

jasonAP


quality posts: 15 Private Messages jasonAP

Contrary to popular belief, gloves such as these *do not* improve your grip. Chalk, largely outlawed at most gyms, is best for your grip.

nclucky


quality posts: 4 Private Messages nclucky

$22.95 on Amazon, though the one review for them is not good.
http://www.amazon.com/Harbinger-Adventure-Finger-Mountain-Biking/dp/B0007YGCWY

dweiser322


quality posts: 0 Private Messages dweiser322

I just went to buy a medium pair of gloves, and was told they are "unavailable". Don't offer them if I can't buy 'em!

balrompo


quality posts: 0 Private Messages balrompo

was about to woot my first item ever and they ran out of medium while i was entering my info...

worst. day. ever.

imnottweek


quality posts: 0 Private Messages imnottweek
dweiser322 wrote:I just went to buy a medium pair of gloves, and was told they are "unavailable". Don't offer them if I can't buy 'em!



Means they sold out of them in M..

xbeholdereye


quality posts: 0 Private Messages xbeholdereye

Perfect for the person with cold hands that just needs to get that crocheted scarf done!

lightknight


quality posts: 7 Private Messages lightknight
jasonAP wrote:Contrary to popular belief, gloves such as these *do not* improve your grip. Chalk, largely outlawed at most gyms, is best for your grip.

No, good gloves increase grip by increasing the friction between the hand and the object (making it harder for the object to slip). Poor gloves have a smoother surface than a human hand or no noticeable difference.

Chalk does increase the friction but not necessarily moreso than gloves because of the wide spectrum of glove quality. There are many materials that increase the friction more than chalk.

ncasolobp


quality posts: 1 Private Messages ncasolobp

Oddly enough these work great for anyone who is into sim racing and uses a Logitech G27 or similar. I already have 1 pair (not this brand) but they tend to stink after a week or two. For this price I ordered 3 pairs.

hippielady


quality posts: 1 Private Messages hippielady

Buy these for a friend in a wheelchair...long distance wheeling is hard on your hands.

PackmanV29


quality posts: 0 Private Messages PackmanV29

seems to be only small left. Sadness.

imnottweek


quality posts: 0 Private Messages imnottweek
Holic wrote:"Unless you’re one of those people who play Allen. Nothing will ever make you guys look cool."

What's "Allen"?



seriously, lol.

paintaneight


quality posts: 1 Private Messages paintaneight

I got them awhile back off Woot. They are definitely good for your hands.

hey Woot- how about offering some padded shorts? Most people who go on long rides need them too!

jasonAP


quality posts: 15 Private Messages jasonAP
lightknight wrote:No, good gloves increase grip by increasing the friction between the hand and the object (making it harder for the object to slip). Poor gloves have a smoother surface than a human hand or no noticeable difference.

Chalk does increase the friction but not necessarily moreso than gloves because of the wide spectrum of glove quality. There are many materials that increase the friction more than chalk.



Friction and grip are two different things. Adding distance between your hand and what you're grasping (essentially what gloves do) reduces your grip, thereby lowering your overall ability to pull a weight. Check out olympic weightlifters - you'll never see them wear gloves.

MikePhoto


quality posts: 0 Private Messages MikePhoto

'Short Finger Sporting Gloves'?

I always heard them called 'nosepickers'.

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nmpls


quality posts: 22 Private Messages nmpls
ncasolobp wrote:Oddly enough these work great for anyone who is into sim racing and uses a Logitech G27 or similar. I already have 1 pair (not this brand) but they tend to stink after a week or two. For this price I ordered 3 pairs.


You can stick most of these types of gloves in the washing machine

DorXtar


quality posts: 1 Private Messages DorXtar

My hands aren't small!

katerees711


quality posts: 1 Private Messages katerees711

Shut up and bear crawl, you bet I need these.