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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-08-2011, 08:23 PM Thread Starter
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Gloves w/ cinch cords or leashes ???

like it says, im looking for gloves that have the wrist cinch cords a.k.a glove leashes on em so when you take your gloves off, they just hang from the wrist...
being a smoker, im always taking my gloves off on the lift and what not and love having these leashes so i dont drop them... the problem is, it seems not many companies actually list this as a feature, so its hard to tell which gloves have them and which dont...
i have a pair of Grenade mitts with them and some Special Blend Crack Pipe gloves that have them too and was just looking for some more options of gloves that some of yall might know for sure have them...

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i have burton gore tex mitts that have them and im pretty sure the gloves do also, also i believe the swany mitts have them as do some of the hestras.

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My old Ride gloves had them, and my new Dakine mitts do for sure. I had a pair of FourSquare gloves that didn't have them and I damn near lost a glove on more occasions than I care to think about.

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My pow royal gloves came with them
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My pow royal gloves came with them
Enigma, from the pictures I have seen, it does not look like it has lashes. Is this the right glove? I have been looking for gloves myself too..

POW Royal Gloves | evo
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Enigma, from the pictures I have seen, it does not look like it has lashes. Is this the right glove? I have been looking for gloves myself too..

POW Royal Gloves | evo
They come with detachable ones

Assuming im attaching them right they seem like theyll work fine. The only problem is that once you take them off your wrist, the leash can fall out of the glove relatively easy. Though like I said I could just be putting them on wrong, i dunno

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I have level, saline and burton gloves that all have them.
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thx for all the replies guys, definitley gives me some more options...i just wish they listed this as a feature when looking at individual make/model gloves online....seems kinda dumb that they dont...

also, only on the pow royals did someone say which model glove it was along with the brand...if any of you others that posted know which model ride, dakine, burton, etc glove has em i would appreciate that info
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I have the level Super Pipe Pro...all a glove can be and more.. The most expensive and comfy are the Arcteryx ones...

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My current mitts are the Dakine Element. I do not know the model of the Ride gloves I had. They were hand-me-downs.

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