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Re: Guildford Fibro & ME/CFS support group meet.

Postby Sazzle » Mon Feb 20, 2012 10:42 pm

I got mine from Amazon if it helps. The IMAX site has a size guide.
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Re: Guildford Fibro & ME/CFS support group meet.

Postby danny77 » Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:17 pm

amzon about £22 ,if you find chiper let me no
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Re: Guildford Fibro & ME/CFS support group meet.

Postby Sazzle » Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:26 pm

Mine were £17.83 plus postage. The prices vary slightly on Amazon but then with the postage they end up about the same anyway. Hey Danny at the next meet we can be glove twins!
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Re: Guildford Fibro & ME/CFS support group meet.

Postby danny77 » Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:31 pm

at least with cold wether i can were them with out feeling like a weardo, thay rely help me driving, it's alway good to be abell to hold the wheel,
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Re: Guildford Fibro & ME/CFS support group meet.

Postby Sazzle » Tue Feb 21, 2012 6:45 pm

If it helps the pain I don't really care what I look like. Friends will understand and strangers.... well they don't matter really. I wear shoes and boots that are comfy, whether they look pretty or not doesn't matter. I don't understand a male friend who would rather have painful feet in snazzy shoes than not so pretty shoes that fit properly and are comfy. Mad I tell you, just mad.
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Re: Guildford Fibro & ME/CFS support group meet.

Postby Deegill » Wed Feb 22, 2012 11:09 pm

comfort over fashion any time - as you saw Friday. I wanted to look "nice" if possible, but after a few changes and arms protesting i went for hoody. Will try better next time.

I have a few pairs of shoes my girls would happily disown me, but i tell them tough, time for comfort especially as my left foot/ankle swells.

Whats the name of the gloves?

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