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can you guys recommend me a glove with built in wrist guards for women? i cant seem to find any that are good. thanks
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can you guys recommend me a glove with built in wrist guards for women? i cant seem to find any that are good. thanks
Have you checked out the Level line of gloves? I have some half pipe xcrs that I've used the past couple of seasons and they are niiiice. My hands never get wet, stay warm, and I have the wrist protection when I want it. You can remove it for the days you want more freedom, and just use the strap around your wrist to still give some protection.

They have a mens and womens line.
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+1 for the Levels. I have a pair of the Fly gloves and I like them. You don't feel the wrist protection until you need it (thankfully just once or twice now).

Burton has some too, but they never fit me well.
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I also heard the Dakine are nice. I have used their gloves and like them so I will be buying built in this season. I have been using Demon's then sliding the gloves over the wrist guards.

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Love my Level Half Pipes. If they made a set where the fingers were 1 and 3 I would buy those. My pinky finger gets cold in any glove.


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can you guys recommend me a glove with built in wrist guards for women? i cant seem to find any that are good. thanks
Burton impact gloves, not sure if there is a women's model, but they are my favorite glove.
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+1 on Level gloves, you don't feel like wearing a wrist guards inside those gloves and they are very easy to put on without taken the gloves and the guards out.
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+5 for level.
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I have been using my level super pipe gloves with wrist protection for four seasons, i'm quite satisfied with its performance in terms of protection and comfort. Solid choice

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I use Dainese D-Impact 4. Maybe small size would be good for you.

http://www.dainese.com/uk_en/multisp...ves-d-dry.html

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