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12-12-2012 06:20 AM
Thom
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Originally Posted by Boiler12 View Post
I've used these for a season and have no complaints so I'd like to 2nd this statement. Granted it was relatively warm when I was out last season so I can't really speak to their warmth in the cold, but my hands were definitely hot with the liner in. If you want to shell out more money the next step up looks like the Titan Glove which Goretex material.

Dakine Gloves : Scout Glove
Found an okay deal for a pair of those Dakine Scout gloves...

I noticed it has fleece linder gloves though, which I guess are warm, but also sweaty, and not waterproof like goretex....

Anyone heard about the brand 'Pow' btw? They seem easily available around here, and their prices don't seem too bad either.

Edit: Just checked out the Titan Glove. Looks like the bees knees as far as I'm concerned, but they're at least 20% over what I planned on spending:s
12-11-2012 12:19 AM
NWBoarder I have the Dakine Element Mittens. Great mittens and definitely warm. My only knock on them would be that if it's super stormy and cold, and you take off the main mitten and let it hang for a few, it will freeze. It doesn't take a whole lot to get it to unfreeze, just put it on and ride and it will be fine shortly, but it's a bit of a pain to do anything besides ride while it's frozen. Sorry about the size, I can't make it any smaller while on my work computer. They look like this--
12-10-2012 11:28 PM
Boiler12
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Dakine makes a whole bunch of great 2 in 1 gloves and mittens.
I've used these for a season and have no complaints so I'd like to 2nd this statement. Granted it was relatively warm when I was out last season so I can't really speak to their warmth in the cold, but my hands were definitely hot with the liner in. If you want to shell out more money the next step up looks like the Titan Glove which Goretex material.

Dakine Gloves : Scout Glove
12-10-2012 09:49 PM
NWBoarder Dakine makes a whole bunch of great 2 in 1 gloves and mittens.
12-10-2012 05:49 PM
Curcic
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Originally Posted by EatMyTracers View Post
Are the liners pretty durable and I did read that they show wear quickly but still work great.
I havent worn just the liners yet, but they look brand new after two days of use but they have been in the mitten the whole time
12-10-2012 05:40 PM
Skinny Bam Burton Goretex glove. They come with liners too. Anything goretex is the shit.
12-10-2012 05:22 PM
EatMyTracers
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You can wear just the liner, or just the mitten, or both. Really up too you ! But they do get warn pretty quick, after two days of use it looks like I've had them for quite some time
Are the liners pretty durable and I did read that they show wear quickly but still work great.
12-10-2012 04:50 PM
Curcic
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I Just ordered those a few days ago and haven't got them yet and I have a question. For these gloves you would Just wear the liner right and not take out the liner and wear the outer part like most gloves
You can wear just the liner, or just the mitten, or both. Really up too you ! But they do get warn pretty quick, after two days of use it looks like I've had them for quite some time
12-10-2012 04:46 PM
EatMyTracers
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I have the Candygrind handbag mitten, they worked perfect this weekend out at Sunshine village in Banff
I Just ordered those a few days ago and haven't got them yet and I have a question. For these gloves you would Just wear the liner right and not take out the liner and wear the outer part like most gloves
12-10-2012 04:43 PM
FacePlant4Free mehhh, there are better options than Candygrind if what you want is warmth and durability - especially for the money.

you honestly can get any glove that looks decently built and just wear liners underneath. Under Armor makes a really sick low profile glove liner. i switch between those and the liners that came with my Burton mittens and wear whatever glove i'm in the mood for over them.
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