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post #21 of 36 (permalink) Old 12-26-2009, 06:40 PM
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mittens yay
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id say gloves as they look much better then mittens
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I'm looking at new gloves/mitts and since I've been using gloves so far, I'm definitely considering mitts now
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mittens for me when its below freezing and my dakine impreza gloves when its above.
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I need a new pair and am definately going for mitts after looking at this thread.
I've found another reason to have mitts is that gloves are so think you really dont have the advantage of the fingers anyway.
From searhing though ive found stores stock more gloves than mitts.

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Mittens all the way.
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Mittens for sure. I used to be a glove person but I have poor extremity circulation and I was always balling my fists in my gloves. Once I bought mittens I couldn't be happier.
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I use gloves but mittens will almost always be warmer.

Currently using the Dakine Titan glove, and I totally love it, its a 3 part glove with the goretex insert and my hands haven't got cold yet.
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Go for the mitten. Meow! I actually prefer the glove but the mitten is generally a little warmer.

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I rock mittens with the glove liners because I always seem to forget to buckle something or zip something else and my hands are always cold so they keep me nice and warm even if I have to take the mitten shells off to fix something.
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