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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-17-2010, 04:19 PM Thread Starter
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Snowboard Gloves?????????

I'm looking for a new pair of gloves for this season and I'm not too sure what to look for. I want a warm glove (MN winters) that isn't bulky and it has to be waterproof. Any suggestions on brands or specific gloves? I was looking at the Celtek Outlaw gloves, they seemed like they were thin and looked warm.
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Being that minnesota winters can be up and down in short time (-30 in the morning and night and up to 30 in the day) i would say look into gloves that have a goretex insert. Good ones can keep you warm in the lows and allow heat escape in the highs. I personally love both pair of my Drop gloves with goretex. I even use them ice fishing up there while everyone else has "ice armor" gloves.
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