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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-28-2012, 04:31 PM Thread Starter
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Best All Mountain Gloves >50$

Not looking to cheap out but really trying to spend more money on my boots than my gloves. Anyone have any good experiences with Gloves that are not just pipe/park gloves but, warm, all mountain like gloves that have a decent price tag? I'd even budge too 60 if I had to.

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Decent gloves for 60 you will be stuck with burton and scott type gloves, you want goretex pro in you gloves it will be more then 60 look at arcteryx, mtn hard wear, TNF, OR and Marmot to name a few.
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These are kinda gloves... kinda not, but I like them and they are similar to the Quiksilver Travis Rice but without the big price.

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I have them in the weird green and red but they look nice in the black
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Dakine Cobra

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Not cheap but Black Diamond Guide series is my personal choice of gloves , will give you years of use instead of a season or two like most gloves I've owned previously.

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I just got a pair of Burton AK Tech Gloves for 65. A little more expensive than you said but I have already used them twice and they where extremely warm and water proof. My only problem is the cuff is a little short so once or twice it will slip out from under your jacket but nothing major and that's probably on account they where not designed just for boarding but for hiking and everything else too. Other than that I love them. One of the best gloves I've used
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Thanksguys, plenty of feed back and choices. gonna look into a few.
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are you set on gloves...these are awesome...but not good for tow ropes without leather covers...

http://www.mountainsports.com/msmain...ic+Mitten+Mens

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