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Thom 12-10-2012 04:34 PM

Good 2in1 gloves?
 
My old burton gloves are literally falling apart, I need a new pair REAL bad.

I figured it'd make sense to go with a pair that has the best of both worlds.

So what are my options for durable good quality gloves? I'm particularly interested in warm gloves suited for really cold weather, that come with inner goves made for not-so-cold temperatures...

Cheers.

Curcic 12-10-2012 04:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Thom (Post 550245)
My old burton gloves are literally falling apart, I need a new pair REAL bad.

I figured it'd make sense to go with a pair that has the best of both worlds.

So what are my options for durable good quality gloves? I'm particularly interested in warm gloves suited for really cold weather, that come with inner goves made for not-so-cold temperatures...

Cheers.

I have the Candygrind handbag mitten, they worked perfect this weekend out at Sunshine village in Banff

FacePlant4Free 12-10-2012 04:43 PM

mehhh, there are better options than Candygrind if what you want is warmth and durability - especially for the money.

you honestly can get any glove that looks decently built and just wear liners underneath. Under Armor makes a really sick low profile glove liner. i switch between those and the liners that came with my Burton mittens and wear whatever glove i'm in the mood for over them.

EatMyTracers 12-10-2012 04:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Curcic (Post 550247)
I have the Candygrind handbag mitten, they worked perfect this weekend out at Sunshine village in Banff

I Just ordered those a few days ago and haven't got them yet and I have a question. For these gloves you would Just wear the liner right and not take out the liner and wear the outer part like most gloves

Curcic 12-10-2012 04:50 PM

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Originally Posted by EatMyTracers (Post 550252)
I Just ordered those a few days ago and haven't got them yet and I have a question. For these gloves you would Just wear the liner right and not take out the liner and wear the outer part like most gloves

You can wear just the liner, or just the mitten, or both. Really up too you ! But they do get warn pretty quick, after two days of use it looks like I've had them for quite some time

EatMyTracers 12-10-2012 05:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Curcic (Post 550256)
You can wear just the liner, or just the mitten, or both. Really up too you ! But they do get warn pretty quick, after two days of use it looks like I've had them for quite some time

Are the liners pretty durable and I did read that they show wear quickly but still work great.

Skinny Bam 12-10-2012 05:40 PM

Burton Goretex glove. They come with liners too. Anything goretex is the shit.

Curcic 12-10-2012 05:49 PM

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Originally Posted by EatMyTracers (Post 550268)
Are the liners pretty durable and I did read that they show wear quickly but still work great.

I havent worn just the liners yet, but they look brand new after two days of use but they have been in the mitten the whole time

NWBoarder 12-10-2012 09:49 PM

Dakine makes a whole bunch of great 2 in 1 gloves and mittens.

Boiler12 12-10-2012 11:28 PM

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Originally Posted by NWBoarder (Post 550388)
Dakine makes a whole bunch of great 2 in 1 gloves and mittens.

I've used these for a season and have no complaints so I'd like to 2nd this statement. Granted it was relatively warm when I was out last season so I can't really speak to their warmth in the cold, but my hands were definitely hot with the liner in. If you want to shell out more money the next step up looks like the Titan Glove which Goretex material.

Dakine Gloves : Scout Glove


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