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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-02-2011, 10:41 PM Thread Starter
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New Gloves

Hey guys I need to buy a new pair of gloves and i was just wondering if you guys had any suggestions.

I would love gloves that are very warm and aren't mittens.

Preferably gloves on the cheaper side.

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-03-2011, 10:14 AM
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Not sure what you consider cheap but I picked up these gor-tex Burton gloves and dig them so far.

Burton Gore-Tex 3-in-1 Snowboard Over Gloves - Men's at REI.com
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Drop gloves awesome for the price. I picked a pair of gore-tex Drop Marquis gloves for 20 bucks of whiskey militia last season and they are holding up great. The outside shell gets wet because it's leather but my hands stay dry because of the gore-tex liner.
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For warm dry gloves you have to go gore-tex. Although the more u spend you are usually going to end up with a better quality glove. That being said, my burton gore-tex expensive gloves are ripping at the finger seams.
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For warm dry gloves you have to go gore-tex. Although the more u spend you are usually going to end up with a better quality glove. That being said, my burton gore-tex expensive gloves are ripping at the finger seams.
you definitely don't have to go gortex. while it will definitely work, i had the same problem as you with the gloves ripping.








I've been rocking that setup for 3 or 4 years and have never looked back. super warm, durable, and plenty waterproof after using the sno seal. 25 bucks got me two pairs of glove and a jar of sno seal big enough to last a lifetime. probably have close to 300 days of mountain time, plus countless days shoveling snow, walking the dog, etc. on the two pairs. every once in awhile quality doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg.

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Are those gardening gloves?
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thats what they look like to me ... but anyways, i just picked up some burton gore-tex. they are nice gloves, does the job.
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They're made by Kinco. They're just leather insulated gloves. Maybe it's an east coast thing, but all the lifties, ski patrol, and a lot of avid riders wear them.
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I wear Dakine Titan mittens that I'm very happy with so far. They make a glove in the same series that I'd order for warmer days if Evo wasn't out of them in my size.
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They're made by Kinco. They're just leather insulated gloves. Maybe it's an east coast thing, but all the lifties, ski patrol, and a lot of avid riders wear them.
i'm on the east coast, although the only place i see these are on roofs and construction sites.. =P
this goes for mass/vermont AND the southeast.
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