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Best Rain grip gloves?

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I would like to buy a pair of rain gloves but dont know which ones are the best anyone have any recommendations.  I have read the footjoys are good but seen there are mizuno ones which are cheaper, taylormade ones and callaway ones but I have read zero restriction are the best any pointers?

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I have a pair of FootJoy rain gloves - and I wear them when it is wet or when it is cold. Never had any issue with them; though my issue is that I typically take my glove off in between shots and playing with these I leave them on due to weather and it breaks one of my habits.
 

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I use the foot joys. No idea if they're the best, but they do what they're supposed to do....
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ok thanks il probably give the mizuno ones a go becasue they are a good bit cheaper and are made of the same materials might as well give them ago

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ok thanks il probably give the mizuno ones a go becasue they are a good bit cheaper and are made of the same materials might as well give them ago

I bought a piar of Mizunos a few years back and, after using them only 3 times, they started fraying. I have a pair of Footjoys that I have used at least 6 times.

Don't leave them in your bag after using them. Let them dry out in a dry area.

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I use the cally ones, probably 4 years old now but still fine and stickier the wetter they get.
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I use regular gloves and DriTac grips. Awesome grip they provide. But as with most all Winn grips, they will probably be worn out in one season f4_glare.gif. Oh well. But they provide excellent wet grip. In fact many times I have to wet them and that increases the grip.

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The FJ rain grip gloves are really nice to wear when it's chilly outside and what I have noticed to get them to work best is to just take a damp towel and just get a little bit of moisture on them then they have a really good tack

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