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|06-04-2011 01:18 PM|
|myschims||Alrite thanks for the help man ill get those|
|06-04-2011 02:16 AM|
|Jed||Yeah the high 5s are a pretty solid glove. I tried my friend's pair on and they feel nice, they'll probably be the next spring gloves I try whenever mine wear out.|
|06-04-2011 01:55 AM|
|myschims||i checked those two out, as well as the pow high 5 ones, I found a few for around 30$ and im thinking of picking up the mitts or the gloves, they look like they would be perfect|
|06-04-2011 01:41 AM|
Do you prefer the thin skin style spring gloves or a more winter style glove but just really thin?
I use two gloves for spring and I swap between them depending on what I feel like.
1) Pow Villain - These are winter gloves but they're on the thin side so they do the job in spring as well, although I do sweat a bit inside them if it gets real warm.
2) Burton Pipe Glove - These are pretty much just a skin over your hand. It's not so much about waterproofing or keeping warm, more just the glove I wear when it's really hot spring weather and I don't want to grab my board with bare hands.
|06-04-2011 01:36 AM|
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it's gortex. i have some burton gortex mittens and they are the best of the best.
|06-04-2011 01:21 AM|
|myschims||yea i really am not going to have to worry about being cold, the thing im going to is a camp later this month in tahoe so its gona be warm, ive got mittens for those real cold days haha. you have any gloves you'd recommend for a good price?|
|06-04-2011 01:03 AM|
Really depends on what exactly you're after. I know a lot of guys who ride with thin pipe gloves for spring, which are literally just a skin over their hand. They aren't very waterproof though.
Personally I just use thinner winter gloves and deal with the little bit of sweat but it's a personal preference thing.
|06-04-2011 12:50 AM|
|myschims||Well I figured the grippy palm would keep out the water and I don't have to really worry about the backside because theyre just goin to be for some June spring riding so it will just be slush snow anyways. Any gloves you guys woul recommend around that price?|
|06-04-2011 12:42 AM|
Weird about the pow gloves getting wet, did you use the waterproofing that comes with it?
The upper end pow gloves have goretex and come with nikwax waterproofing as well.
|06-02-2011 08:53 PM|
|fattrav||I dont know much about celtek (i havent really seen them down here), but those look like snow sponges with rubber grips on the palm.|
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