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where to buy gloves help

i have heard good things about the biomex wrist protection and the level gloves. the level super pro look like a bit much for me but the level fly look good. i want good warm gloves that wont break down within a year or so.

I would like to know where the best place to buy these from is and any other opinions on these particular gloves.

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I got my Level Halfpipes from xsportsprotective.com for $95 when they had a $20 off >$100 purchases. They are like the Flys but with goretex.

Haven't had a chance to use them yet. My only complaints would be that the way the thumb is sewn seems to limit outward movement of it. This could be intentional as a safety feature though. Also the wrist strap is too long for me with out the liner in but that is my narrow wrist's fault. Everything about them seems really high quality. There is padding in the liner's cuff for the wrist guard and there is padding in the gloves palm for even more protection from bruised palms.

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take a look at this url Sports & Outdoor - NGShopping.com , you'll find there anything you need and even more
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would you guys say getting the half pipes over the fly's is a good choicce?
do i really need the gore tex? or is the standard waterproofing on these good enough?
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I got you covered with that question. http://www.snowboardingforum.com/out...tex-worth.html
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