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12-01-2010 10:43 PM
Deviant Just got an email back from Dakine and they are going to warranty the Titans, thanks for the reviews though!
11-30-2010 10:08 AM
HouseMuzik We have the heli gloves in stock in our shop. They're great gloves, you shouldnt be disappointed
11-30-2010 07:54 AM
Leo I just ordered the Hestra Heli lobster claw gloves. I've heard great things about the Heli series of gloves. This will be my first time without a Gore-Tex based glove so we'll see. I do hear that their liners aren't the best, but that wasn't a concern for me since I have a pair of very good Burton liners.

The Glove I really wanted was the Burton Yeti gloves. Those look to be sick! Gore-Tex inserted leather gloves with grippy leather palms. Too bad it was out of stock for us pro-formers :'(
11-30-2010 03:08 AM
BlackSnow oh, and American made as well.
11-30-2010 03:01 AM
BlackSnow This: X-Change II Mitt :: Performance Gloves :: SwanyAmerica

Super warm and hold up really well.
11-30-2010 02:27 AM
HouseMuzik If you want a good top of the line glove.. go with Hestra. Level is also a great brand too. I've had those for now into its 3rd season and theyve been through a lot and are holding up well. Either way.. expect to pay at least $70-80+ for a decent glove.
11-29-2010 11:53 PM
Deviant I'm checking out those POW gloves right now, the Tanto is looking pretty good. I hate to not grab the Dakines though because they are super warm and comfy.

Stupid question, I've been using gore-tex inserts for years, what's the difference between goretex and hipora? I see Dakine offering different inserts in different gloves of their line.
11-29-2010 10:57 PM
skip11 POW stealh gloves are pretty nice
11-29-2010 10:40 PM
TLN I definatrly love the Hestra army leather short. Goretex and leather is a best combo.
11-29-2010 10:34 PM
NWBoarder I have Foursquare Allen gloves. Super warm and 15k waterproof. I like Foursquare.
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