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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-22-2008, 12:25 AM
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what glove companys do you like

what glove companys do you like



1. level
2. burton
3. defcon
4. dakine
5. celtek

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Since you are the guy that wants stuff to last definitely not Grenade.

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Since you are the guy that wants stuff to last definitely not Grenade.
agreed.

my burtons and my dakines have both held up well.

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Grenade for me..never had a problem with the mitts.
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My Dakine gloves are pretty nicely made.

The only thing I would improve on them would be if the stitching on the top was more of a synthetic/non fibrous material as I often push myself up on my knuckles and the snow/ice slowly breaks down that stitching. Its probably the same on all gloves though - and I'm just being picky
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dakine and burton are my preferences.

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in terms of durability 686 or dakine
in terms of looks sessions or grenade
if you want both, id check out celtek, but still there is a little give and take with them.
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Burton
Dakine
Grenade

In order of my top picks. Grenade for the gloves you wear when you dont really even need gloves. Dakine for coldish days. Burton for cold to nipple-cutting-glass cold days.

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deffinitely burton
post #10 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-22-2008, 08:24 PM
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I've had Burton gloves for about three years now and they still feel like new... used them for sledding, snowmobiling and tubing and soon for snowboarding.
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