In a message dated 97-12-14 15:37:06 EST, email@example.com writes:
> When I climb, and I do relatively little of it, I try to never wear gloves
> ascending or descending the tower, even in winter. Once up there, that's a
> different story.
To each his own. I wear gloves for 95% of tower climbing and work. I only
take them off for real small jobs like starting #24 screws on feedpoints or
something equally delicate.
The ONLY acceptable tower climbing gloves are made from LEATHER. No cotton
gardening gloves or similar. The non-leather ones will slip - they don't have
the grip that leather ones do. Leather-palmed sports gloves are okay as long
as the gripping area is leather.
73, Steve K7LXC
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