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Durable gloves needed!

I've blown apart finger seams on two pairs of Dakine Cobras and one pair of Dakine Scouts in the last calendar year. Kinda frustrating. I happen to be a bit of a hand dragger on my toeside turns, I guess. any suggestions for some solid low profile under-cuff gloves that could handle my abuse?
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I've blown apart finger seams on two pairs of Dakine Cobras and one pair of Dakine Scouts in the last calendar year. Kinda frustrating. I happen to be a bit of a hand dragger on my toeside turns, I guess. any suggestions for some solid low profile under-cuff gloves that could handle my abuse?
Seems like you should get some leather gloves. I don't know if the brand matters so much but I have some leather swany's and there on there third season going strong.
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