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01-14-2013 11:02 AM
brownSnow nobody has mentioned these,

Manzella Outdoor | Products for Winter Sports & The Outdoor Lifestyle | Manzella: The Glove Company

not a common glove/mit you see at retail, however extremely warm. if you see them try a pair on, i've worn this brand for years and they've never failed me.
01-14-2013 10:55 AM
timeslip I've been using these in North Tahoe area this season so far. The only time they weren't quite up to par was yesterday when it was -10. Even then, I had to keep my hands in my pockets. Otherwise, they've been great.

Armageddon Undercuff Glove | Marmot Clothing and Equipment
12-13-2012 10:23 PM
Krahdmirr
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Originally Posted by CovetFile View Post
I am a big fan of the Hestra gloves...
+1

I picked up a pair of the Heli Ski gloves and loving them so far. Never the slightest bit of moisture, and the wool liner keeps nice and dry. Pricy glove, but well worth the investment.

I have some Swany mitts too which I think are technically warmer, but I prefer gloves only so I can make metal thorns when my buddy is filming me.
12-10-2012 01:31 PM
biocmp Swany vintage or pinnacle will do it for you. I bought a pair of Swany's that look similar to those two models and they have been great. My hands stay warm and they feel great.

You may want to wait until end of year to buy them on sale, that's what I did and I feel they are definitely worth it. They've held up well, although I've only used them for 15ish days so far.
12-09-2012 05:25 PM
EatMyTracers
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i dont wear the liners as my hands get too hot, but I use them while driving, etc.
Wait I'm a little confused. For these gloves don't you just wear the liner, unlike most where you take out the liner and wear the outer part.
12-09-2012 10:02 AM
eli783 i picked up the OR alti mitts. If you can get over looking like your going to box some skiers, they definitely do the trick. I got these over the hestra helis because of the full goretex shell, not just a goretex liner inside the mitt. I have raynauds, so my hands lose their heat extremely rapidly. With the altis, I can play around with my phone, smoke and just not be nearly as nervous about a raynauds attack because these things are so damn warm. If you want ovens, drop a hand warmer in each but be should to use a good liner to wick the sweat away.
12-09-2012 12:05 AM
CalvaryCougar got a pair of celtek trigger mittens last year and i love them so far, even when i lost my first pair i bought another, they are good for the sale i got on them
12-08-2012 11:20 PM
turbospartan
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I was a little scared from that guys review of the park glove because I just ordered the handbags 2 days ago. How does the pipe glove liner hold up?
i dont wear the liners as my hands get too hot, but I use them while driving, etc.
12-07-2012 09:15 PM
EatMyTracers
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Sort of a Necro-bump... I bought the CandyGrind Handbags last season and they were great. The zipper is hard to unzip at first, but after it breaks in a little its great. No signs of wearing really... I don't ever use a tow rope though, so there isn't much to really tear them up.
I was a little scared from that guys review of the park glove because I just ordered the handbags 2 days ago. How does the pipe glove liner hold up?
12-06-2012 09:09 PM
BigmountainVMD Dakine Cobra gloves. Holding strong after 160 days or so.
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