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Old 10-30-2013, 06:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i find im a better rider even out of the park when i have free motion of my fingers. but I've gotten way to close to frostbite before so i tend to stick with the big puffy ones. anyone know some really warm and thin park gloves out there?
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Old 10-30-2013, 06:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Warm thin park gloves do not exist haha. I've been hearing Celtek makes the warmest lights gloves in the park. But again you are going to get a million different suggestions. Just ask the park rats next you on the lift what they like.
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Try Burton AK Techs.
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Warm thin park gloves do not exist haha. I've been hearing Celtek makes the warmest lights gloves in the park. But again you are going to get a million different suggestions. Just ask the park rats next you on the lift what they like.
I HIGHLY disagree. I rode Burton Pipe gloves all winter long last year for 6+ hrs a day with very little breaks. Temps ranged from -10 degrees to 20 and they were NEVER too cold or wet. They've got Neoprene with insulation inside. I re-upped and bought another pair this season on sale for $26. Yeah guy
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I HIGHLY disagree. I rode Burton Pipe gloves all winter long last year for 6+ hrs a day with very little breaks. Temps ranged from -10 degrees to 20 and they were NEVER too cold or wet. They've got Neoprene with insulation inside. I re-upped and bought another pair this season on sale for $26. Yeah guy
can you tell me which model burton pipe glove you have?...or send a link or something?.....i'd like to check em out!
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can you tell me which model burton pipe glove you have?...or send a link or something?.....i'd like to check em out!
Burton Pipe Gloves | evo outlet

If you're familiar with the concept of scuba wetsuits, you'll understand these glvoes. They are warm as hell. I don't fall that much (mostly because I'm not really ever doing anything where I wipeout a ton...I just charge, hit one jump, then cruise the rest of the mountain) so I've never got my hands buried in snow. If you're going to bury your hands you may want to look elsewhere, but if you bite it occasionally ... these won't ever let you down. LIke I said, I rode them in Ohio down to -10 and never felt cold. I mentioned a wetsuit earlier, because that's how neoprene works. Even if you end up getting a small bit of dampness next to the skin...it traps that little thin layer of moisture there and uses your body heat to warm it up. Sounds screwy, but these gloves work the exact same way as my scuba suit. I normally get cold hands fairly easy, so it's not like I'm just toughing it out.
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Burton Pipe Gloves | evo outlet

If you're familiar with the concept of scuba wetsuits, you'll understand these glvoes. They are warm as hell. I don't fall that much (mostly because I'm not really ever doing anything where I wipeout a ton...I just charge, hit one jump, then cruise the rest of the mountain) so I've never got my hands buried in snow. If you're going to bury your hands you may want to look elsewhere, but if you bite it occasionally ... these won't ever let you down. LIke I said, I rode them in Ohio down to -10 and never felt cold. I mentioned a wetsuit earlier, because that's how neoprene works. Even if you end up getting a small bit of dampness next to the skin...it traps that little thin layer of moisture there and uses your body heat to warm it up. Sounds screwy, but these gloves work the exact same way as my scuba suit. I normally get cold hands fairly easy, so it's not like I'm just toughing it out.
yea, .....those are nice...I may have to pick up a pair
I got some pow high fives last season but they ripped out.....I wear wrist guards underneath and the shank destroyed them on a couple flubbed landings....lol
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I HIGHLY disagree. I rode Burton Pipe gloves all winter long last year for 6+ hrs a day with very little breaks. Temps ranged from -10 degrees to 20 and they were NEVER too cold or wet. They've got Neoprene with insulation inside. I re-upped and bought another pair this season on sale for $26. Yeah guy
I can attest to the quality and warmth of these gloves. I've put 3 years on my pair and they're just getting to the point where they need to be replaced.
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yea, .....those are nice...I may have to pick up a pair
I got some pow high fives last season but they ripped out.....I wear wrist guards underneath and the shank destroyed them on a couple flubbed landings....lol
I don't know what size you wear...I have XL's, but that link had 'em at $23 and the site I found mine on were $26. I don't see these ripping out at all...like the guy below says

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I can attest to the quality and warmth of these gloves. I've put 3 years on my pair and they're just getting to the point where they need to be replaced.
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i'm not sure what they're called, but i picked up some mitts by POW that are really thin yet super warm. they say "high-5" on the palms hahah
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