|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-22-2012 08:50 PM|
I second CandyGrind, I love mine! They will look beat up after just a few days of riding but the integrity is not compromised at all. The liners are nice, but I can honestly say I have never used them when riding because the mittens themselves are really warm. The zippers on the side are clutch too, you will love them.
Side note, I ride in the Northeast US, so normally the temperatures are fairly cold.
|11-22-2012 01:05 AM|
|snowklinger||I use pipe gloves 90% of the time and have some mitts for coldness. Hestra makes nice gloves I aim to get if I can get my Burton GTX mitts to wear out.|
|11-21-2012 06:43 PM|
|EatMyTracers||Thanks, looks like I will be getting the candygrind handbags, good to know that I can return them if I don't like them.|
|11-21-2012 06:40 PM|
Originally Posted by EatMyTracers View Post
(Again... I have no affliation with Backcountry.com or it's partners. I just find that using them solves a lot of problems people have with being unsure about whether they will like the gear they are buying.)
Mammoth is not that cold btw. I get cold hands in Lake Tahoe (not particularly cold there either) so I have a pair of mitts, but I do own a separate pair of spring gloves (Dakine Bronco GT).
|11-21-2012 06:23 PM|
So I am in need of new gloves but unsure what to get. I would prefer a removable liner because I live in southern California so most of the time I don't need very warm gloves, but I do make trips to mammoth and colder places. I am thinking about the candygrind handbag mittens but I can't find much about them. I don't really want mittens unless they are like the candygrind hangbags.