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Old 11-28-2011, 06:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is this a wrist gaiter?
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trying to figiure out if this has wrist gaiters.
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Old 11-28-2011, 10:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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is this a wrist gaiter?
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trying to figiure out if this has wrist gaiters.
No they are not wrist gaiters. V-Sciences cuffs mean that you can wrap the Velcro strap at the end of the sleeves around your thumb. Hope this helps.
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ok, so it would wrap aound ur glove to keep the jacket sleeve down at the glove?
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ok, so it would wrap aound ur glove to keep the jacket sleeve down at the glove?
essentially it loops around your thumb, which goes inside your glove. If you have a glove with a wide flair, it'll wrap on the outside of the jacket cuff.

It will probably do the trick better than gaiters. Whenever I reach down to adjust my bindings, my gloves come out of the gaiter.

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thanks a lot for the info, i will pass on the jacket cause i like the gaiters that go under the glove and stay on the thumb, i have long arms so the gaiter under the gloves work best for me. Thanks again.
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My arms are long and I have a hard time even getting the strap over my thumb not even an option if I try to adjust my bindings etc. Also wrist gaiters keep wind and snow from getting into the jacket.
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ya thx, i went with an oakley jacket.
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