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Waterproof and breathable, they’re as dexterous as many non-weather protective leather gloves, but they don’t get sweat saturated or soaked with precipitation.
They’re thin and dexterous enough that you can buckle your ski boots or adjust straps on your backcountry ski pack, but packed with enough synthetic insulation that your hands won’t freeze while riding the lift.
Cold temperature activities that require more dexterity would benefit from gloves, while less dexterous activities might consider mittens.
But he was so surprisingly dexterous with his lips, and feet too, when he was in his cabin that I suppose I put them down to that.
Allow me, Miss Duncombe, to give this in your name to this young lady, as thanks for her dexterous help.
RUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
Some are dexterous enough to catch the coin even before it touches the bottom.
The mountebanks and merry-andrews appeared more dexterous and more humorous.
The sapajous are very sagacious and dexterous: they go in companies, and mutually warn and assist each other.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME IX (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
Jack levelled his pistol at the vizier's head, but by a dexterous movement he avoided the shot.
To all appearance the fencing had been keen; the lightnings in need of some dexterous conductor.

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