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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-17-2009, 03:27 PM Thread Starter
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Glove Thread?

Looked around and didn't see one.

I got the dakin Cobra GT which are dope gloves. I have two choices. buy a warmer glove less flexible glove or find a liner that's not crap like the ones i keep finding.

So basically throw up your favorite gloves for various conditions.

I use the cobra GT for everything cause its all i got for all mountain riding.

Btw nose wipe is a must. that thing saves me all day.
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Picked up some Outdoor Research gloves from REI on sale, they get the job done and keep the hands warm.
Outdoor Research Arete Gloves at REI.com
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I'll never buy anything but Swany gloves. Currently using the X-Change II gloves and mi lady is rockin the mitts. They are well constructed, warm and haven't fallen apart on me like many other brands have.

X-CHANGE II (SX-30) - Swany Gloves
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i got some dakine broncos last year and i love them
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I'll never buy anything but Swany gloves. Currently using the X-Change II gloves and mi lady is rockin the mitts. They are well constructed, warm and haven't fallen apart on me like many other brands have.

X-CHANGE II (SX-30) - Swany Gloves

I saw some of these today, and they look and feel really nice


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i was looking at the dakin titan...
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I bought last years Rome Bowery's for this season. Bought them for $30. I haven't used them yet but they are very comfy and flexy. I just hope that the leather won't cause any problems.
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got a pair of Burton ones that are falling apart. I need to get a new pair this year.
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Any gloves with wrist guard protector that you would recommend? I know that there is a lot of discussion regarding whether wrist guards really protect you or not, but I use them because I have a bad left wrist and feel much more safe using a wrist guard.

I have a previous year Burton Impact glove which are falling apart... so I have to buy new ones.
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