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snowvols 11-21-2010 09:06 PM

I need new gloves
 
This weekend and last my fingers were freezing while riding. I was wondering what are some gloves you guys rock on super cold days. I am thinking of just getting some gloves for super cold days and see if that helps my problem. Thanks :thumbsup:

Tarzanman 11-21-2010 09:29 PM

Dakine Scouts are what I use. If you wear the gloves AND the liners then you should be fine... worn them in January in Breck and Jackson Hole without issue.

The Titans are the model just above them with goretex
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Originally Posted by snowvols (Post 330545)
This weekend and last my fingers were freezing while riding. I was wondering what are some gloves you guys rock on super cold days. I am thinking of just getting some gloves for super cold days and see if that helps my problem. Thanks :thumbsup:


v-verb 11-21-2010 09:39 PM

I was suffering from crappy gloves as well - last year I bit the bullet and bought some Burton Gore-Tex gloves - WOW - dry hands instead of the soggy wet ones I dreaded.

see if you can snag some on sale

cheers

nigel

Nivek 11-21-2010 09:53 PM

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Anything Celtek. Though usually cold hands is a core warmth problem. I use midweight gloves all season long. Even the coldest days cause I layer right and keep my core warm.

slyder 11-21-2010 09:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Tarzanman (Post 330557)
Dakine Scouts are what I use. If you wear the gloves AND the liners then you should be fine... worn them in January in Breck and Jackson Hole without issue.

DO the scout's come with liners or do you need to buy liners for them???
I see the titan's have liners included.

-Slyder

snowvols 11-21-2010 10:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Nivek (Post 330571)
Anything Celtek. Though usually cold hands is a core warmth problem. I use midweight gloves all season long. Even the coldest days cause I layer right and keep my core warm.

I am rocking some Celteks right now. They are a little big on me. Would this create my fingers getting stiff and frozen? :dunno: I really like them only complaint are my fingers get super stiff.


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