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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-04-2010, 04:05 PM Thread Starter
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New Gloves

Ok so im looking for new gloves. Right now i have the Burton profile glove last years, and i have a pair of drop gloves i really liked. They were warm and they had a plastic lining inside that made them very water proof. But they ripped and the plastic ripped too so no more waterproofing. The profile gloves are ok but theyre not as water proof, and not as warm. I have these but in an army green color I want a pair of gloves that are warm, very waterproof and arent too expensive maybe $100 at the most(preferably less). I ride up in the northeast like whiteface, Kilington, and Poconos as well. And I need a spring glove that are also waterproof, somewhat warm and look pretty nice and arent too expensive as well.
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Level are nice, burton are nice, cheapos are nice depending. I like the gloves with built in wrist protection.
Got some burton gloves with the built in thing for wrist protection. Really warm unless you grip something cold really hard for a period oftime, then your hands do get cold. Tow lift thingy for instance, gotta ride free hand after a while.
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Dakine Titan or Element or Nova Wristguard
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love my level-super-pipe-pro
I got them at 124$, you can get the fly or the half-pipe...Excellent gloves. Heavy duty, very warm, indestructible and cool.

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what would b the best pipe/park gloves for maybe $30-$40, maybe 50 dont want to put down that much cash though
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