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01-13-2013 01:23 AM
riziger Just got the Dakine Titan Mitts and absolutely love them. Have all the things you'd want. leash, over cuff etc. Only con is the palm rubbertec freezing slightly on a long cold day but it doesn't really impede movement.
01-11-2013 09:19 PM
ARSENALFAN
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Originally Posted by LukeRyan View Post
I just copped a pair of Dakine Titan Mitts and they are the BEES KNEES!!! I have the shittiest circulation in America and even these mitts kept my hands nice and toasty in pretty cold conditions. They are Gore-Tex (can't get more waterproof than that) and at $65.00, they are probably the most affordable for what they do.
I can vouch for the Titan Mits. I am always looking to upgrade stuff and just can't justify the purchase of another mitten. These puppies are great.
01-11-2013 08:46 PM
wrathfuldeity I just hand sew in a old shoe lace and use a slip knot on a pair of OR mitts...takes like 10 minutes.
01-11-2013 07:30 PM
kenshapiro2002
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Originally Posted by smokebelch109 View Post
The Burton Gore Tex Mitt's definitely have a leash bud
Welll...the Legacys definitely do not.
01-11-2013 07:17 PM
smokebelch109 The Burton Gore Tex Mitt's definitely have a leash bud
01-11-2013 07:15 PM
kenshapiro2002
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Bought the Dakine Legacys. Guess folks are reading the beginning if the thread and still responding. Thanks ya'll.
Got them in the mail today and NO FREAKIN' LEASH ! Anybody got some beat up gloves or mitts you can cut the leashes off of and send 'em my way?
01-11-2013 06:38 PM
deeppowder the liners with e tips are nice. I would avoid the white version of the gloves recommended above. Saw a video yesterday of skier caught in an avalanche, they were able to find his red glove barely sticking out above the snow and get to him faster. With a white glove they might not have seen his hand and who knows how long it would have taken them to find him.
01-10-2013 06:04 PM
mikez
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Originally Posted by kenshapiro2002 View Post
Zip on the side seems to be an infraction into insulation, also letting the heat out when you do answer the phone. No?
Potentially, but I haven't noticed - they come with liner gloves (though now I'm thinking I'll probably need one of those e liner glove things to actually answer my phone).
01-10-2013 11:09 AM
gabe
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Originally Posted by NWBoarder View Post
My reccomendation is the Dakine Element Mitts. They have all of the features you are looking for, plus they're super warm and waterproof. Mine are on their third season and still going strong.
same here
01-10-2013 11:04 AM
kenshapiro2002 Bought the Dakine Legacys. Guess folks are reading the beginning if the thread and still responding. Thanks ya'll.
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