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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-12-2011, 05:27 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for opinions on good gloves? low profile and need to be warm and obviously waterproof. I previously owned Dakine Broncos which I didn't mind and was looking at Dakine Mustangs.

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Looking for opinions on good gloves? low profile and need to be warm and obviously waterproof. I previously owned Dakine Broncos which I didn't mind and was looking at Dakine Mustangs.

Cheers in advance
Mustangs are solid, I had a pair a couple seasons ago. I used to buy dakines every season but I had problems with their fingers wearing out faster than other gloves.

You should have a look at Pow gloves, they make some really nice low profile warm gloves. Right now I'm using the Pow Stealth, it's held up so far so I'm loving em: POW Gloves

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Mustangs are solid, I had a pair a couple seasons ago. I used to buy dakines every season but I had problems with their fingers wearing out faster than other gloves.

You should have a look at Pow gloves, they make some really nice low profile warm gloves. Right now I'm using the Pow Stealth, it's held up so far so I'm loving em: POW Gloves
Cheers Jed,

They look sweet and get great reviews, will give em a spin..
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ive been rocking candy grind mittens for the past 2 season and i like them a lot.

super water proof and so far the longest lasting glove i owned. i was actually able to wear a pair for a whole season which says a lot considering most pairs are lucky to last me a month of heavy riding.

i like the hand bag mittens but the have other cheaper ones too which im sure are pretty good too.
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