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04-05-2014 04:07 PM
Kevin137 I carry a brush from a brush pan set, have it on a strap that clips to my belt hook, i never have the problem with snow in my binding since i started doing this... Haha

No seriously, you wear gloves out brushing snow from your binding...??? 7 years, i wear gloves out many other ways, but certainly not doing that... Hehe
04-05-2014 02:25 PM
kev711 level gloves have kevlar finger tips (gloves and mitts). i've been using mine for about 7 years (i snowboard EVERY monday), they still haven't ripped yet and i'm far from gentile with them
04-05-2014 01:09 PM
thatkidwho Have you tried leather gloves?
04-05-2014 12:47 PM
Gloves with binding scrapers?

I find it hard to believe that this doesn't exist. I do a google search and come up with nothing. So far all my gloves have fallen apart do to the constant scraping of the binding I do to clean off snow build up before binding in. Does anyone know of a product that has some sort of hard plastic tip along the top of a mit that allows you to scrap clean a binding?

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