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Old 11-14-2013, 07:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Warm dry gloves?

I'm looking to buy a pair of gloves that will keep my hands warm and dry. I need them to be on the thinner side obviously so I can strap myself into my board. Also, I really would rather not pay an arm and a leg. I saw Helly Hansen gloves for like $30, but I think that's a lot for just an inner glove...

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Old 11-15-2013, 07:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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unless you need them right now, wait til the end of the season, you can get 40-50% off.

I hooked my buddy up with a pair of Black diamond Guide gloves for $79, reg $169. best gloves out
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I need them for this winter, and yikes that's a lot.. I don't even want to spend 30 let alone 79
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Burton gore-tex gloves or mitts are a good stand by and can be found for a decent price usually. I both the glove and mitt versions of the Level Half-pipe gloves. But those will run you about $110.

By the way, if you can't strap in with thick mitts on then you need better coordination.
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Dakine titan mitts
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Burton gore-tex gloves or mitts are a good stand by and can be found for a decent price usually. I both the glove and mitt versions of the Level Half-pipe gloves. But those will run you about $110.

By the way, if you can't strap in with thick mitts on then you need better coordination.
They have gloves on WhiskeyMilitia right meow. Still some good deals there.
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They have gloves on WhiskeyMilitia right meow. Still some good deals there.
Right meow? Get a moooove on!!
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