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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-29-2010, 07:28 PM Thread Starter
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Been rocking Dakines for years and about to drop for a new pair, but want some other ideas before I do. My Titans only lasted me a year last season. What do you wear for the cold days? (NOT pipe/spring gloves)
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My Level Halfpipes should be here Wednesday
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I had the same question a week or so ago. I went with the Celtek Aviators. They are super warm and perfect for a cold day. It got pretty cold this weekend with a little frostbite on the nose but the fingers and hands were fine.
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I have Foursquare Allen gloves. Super warm and 15k waterproof. I like Foursquare.

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I definatrly love the Hestra army leather short. Goretex and leather is a best combo.
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POW stealh gloves are pretty nice
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I'm checking out those POW gloves right now, the Tanto is looking pretty good. I hate to not grab the Dakines though because they are super warm and comfy.

Stupid question, I've been using gore-tex inserts for years, what's the difference between goretex and hipora? I see Dakine offering different inserts in different gloves of their line.
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If you want a good top of the line glove.. go with Hestra. Level is also a great brand too. I've had those for now into its 3rd season and theyve been through a lot and are holding up well. Either way.. expect to pay at least $70-80+ for a decent glove.
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This: X-Change II Mitt :: Performance Gloves :: SwanyAmerica

Super warm and hold up really well.

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