Waterproof gloves and socks literally get soaked and stay dry

The newest materials used in waterproof gloves and socks are pretty rad. They let you do some pretty amazing things.


Can your gloves do this?

These look a lot like the gloves I got from the running room way back in the day. The grip is awesome, but having waterproof gloves has proved to be so useful. I can now catch whole Salmon with my hands and I don’t even get wet.

I do however smell like fish, but what else is new.

But really, imagine having a snowball fight and never ever getting cold and wet? Where were these when I was a kid? Jumping in puddles would have taken my childhood antics to a whole new level.

And with these socks, my daily attempts to walk on water just might prove to be sucessful. Look for me in the next episode of Ripley’s kids.

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