Oakley Sadplant Glove
[Editor’s Note: This review was written and edited while wearing the Sadplant to test whether I could maintain dexterity.] When the sole purpose of your glove is to keep your hands comfortable while hiking a pipe in the spring, the testing process becomes simple but underrated. Many pipe gloves have obnoxious seams that scratch the sensitive skin between your fingers; others feel like sandpaper when moist. The Sadplant, on the other hand (or on both hands), is soft and comfortable. Better yet,it remains so even after a dozen crashes in a wet, sloppy pipe. One tester noted that these may be “the best pipe gloves ever made.” We agree.