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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 01-11-2013, 06:30 PM Thread Starter
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The Burton Gore Tex Mitt's definitely have a leash bud
Welll...the Legacys definitely do not.
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I just hand sew in a old shoe lace and use a slip knot on a pair of OR mitts...takes like 10 minutes.


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I just copped a pair of Dakine Titan Mitts and they are the BEES KNEES!!! I have the shittiest circulation in America and even these mitts kept my hands nice and toasty in pretty cold conditions. They are Gore-Tex (can't get more waterproof than that) and at $65.00, they are probably the most affordable for what they do.
I can vouch for the Titan Mits. I am always looking to upgrade stuff and just can't justify the purchase of another mitten. These puppies are great.
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Just got the Dakine Titan Mitts and absolutely love them. Have all the things you'd want. leash, over cuff etc. Only con is the palm rubbertec freezing slightly on a long cold day but it doesn't really impede movement.
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