|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|12-28-2010 09:29 AM|
Originally Posted by ev13wt View Post
I have firefly gloves that are too big for me-about a half of an inch.Its not a problem when snowboarding but its a problem with tickets for lift so I have to take gloves off,show the ticket than put the gloves on again...Its making me crazy...I dont know what to do.I just hope that I wont have to buy a pair of new ones....
|12-25-2010 04:48 PM|
|ev13wt||Level are awesome, this year I bought some burtons. Make sure you dont get them too big, because you want the wrist guard part to be close to the wrist. With burton its over the wrist. I like that idea. Doesn't bother me at all having it in place and its removeable. The gloves are super comfy are really warm.|
|12-25-2010 03:46 PM|
Extremo, I've been looking for a pair of Sectors too. I ended up purchasing their Network model instead, since it was an under glove, and it is a very nice glove with some sick looking designs.
But the Sector is still the best looking glove I feel Level ever made with Biomex. I've tried contacting Level directly to find a pair and not gotten a response. Everywhere else says they will no longer be producing them.
If you find a pair or two somewhere bro... let me know!
|12-25-2010 03:31 PM|
|12-25-2010 03:15 PM|
|DC5R||Level, Dakine, I think Burton has them now as well.|
|12-25-2010 03:12 PM|
|Extremo||Looking for some of this years Level Sector but it appears they are sold out everywhere. They look like awesome protection gloves.|
|12-25-2010 02:54 PM|
|SnowKanin||+1 for Level gloves with Biomex. I'm a beginner, and the built in wrist protection saved my wrists all day long, even with some pretty decent falls. I highly recommend them.|
|12-25-2010 01:12 AM|
|Qball||Level gloves with biomex are awesome.|
|12-25-2010 12:56 AM|
|12-24-2010 11:52 PM|
gloves with wrist guards?
does anyone know the brand of gloves that have wrist guards in them?