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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-13-2012, 03:02 PM Thread Starter
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WARM snowbaord gloves

Hey guys looking for some heavy duty gloves that wont break the bank. I went to 7 Springs this last weekend and my hands froze cause of the old cheap Burton gloves I have. It was -7 and and im looking for something that can handle something as cold as -15.

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Snowboard gloves are more evil than girls.

I buy like 2 pairs a year at least (usually spend $50+ and try to get a good pair). I rip them up in just a few sessions and they are never warm enough for my terrible hand circulation.
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If you want to be warm for sure, grab some mitts.
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Get some inners, that makes a huge difference. Mits + inners is the best combo.
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you get what you pay for IMO.

I have a pair of AK Hoven Mitts for cold days, and Hestra gloves for warmer days. My hands are never cold.

Dont skip the steps of leather treatments and ongoing leather care. Good gloves can last a long time if you take care of them.
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I have nice Park gloves made by celtek and there extremely warm just not warm enough for -7 and they didnt do so well once I got into the poow and cold snow went up my sleeves.

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I have nice Park gloves made by celtek and there extremely warm just not warm enough for -7 and they didnt do so well once I got into the poow and cold snow went up my sleeves.
gloves, not matter which kind will be not warm enough for very cold days. You need mittens for cold days. You'll loose some mobility but gain warmth.
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Get some inners, that makes a huge difference. Mits + inners is the best combo.
this

i have super crappy mitts, but i wear glove liners inside and that keeps my hands pretty warm
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I would recommend the Pow Tanto gloves.

Great weather proofing. Hands feel warm even on a cold, windy day. The outer leather will get wet, but the 20K inner liner will make sure your fingers are dry. The only way that inner liner will get wet is if you take off the gloves and drop snow in them. Survived a Vancouver rainstorm that caused a new snowboarding jacket to leak like a faulty faucet. Still retain mobility in your hands to manipulate iPods, bindings, cell phones, etc. With the right colorway, they look damn good.

Used for 2 seasons, around 30 - 40 days a season, not a single tear. I guess i got lucky.
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I've had a pair very similar to these for about 5 years now... GORE-TEX Glove | Burton Snowboards

They come with an inner liner but I actually find the outer glove warm enough down to about minus 20 celcius. (-4 F)... With the inner liners in my hands have never been cold. Can't say the same for the rest of me though. South of -20 C my toes are my limiting factor, I can usually only handle about 1.5 hours in that before it's hot chocolate and baileys time lol...
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