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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-13-2013, 10:38 AM
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Why bother with a removable liner? Just do what I do and throw your gloves straight into the trash after each day on the slopes. Nothing beats the feeling of a new pair of gloves.
Lmao !!!!!!
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^that would be nice to have a new pair every day wouldnt it
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My friend and I both have the Dakine Titan gloves. Good on above freezing days but crust over with ice otherwise. Not recommended....
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My friend and I both have the Dakine Titan gloves. Good on above freezing days but crust over with ice otherwise. Not recommended....
That's odd, I own the titans too but never had that happen (wearing 2 seasons ago model).

To the OP, personally I love my Titans. Tried on the Burtons you mentioned and liked the fit of the Titans way better.
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I have the Dakine Titan gloves and I love them. They are warm and breathe well, I've never had trouble with my hands sweating in them. I believe I got the mediums based off of their size guide and they fit my hands fine, they are a little on the tight side for me with the liners on, but I don't normally need the liners where I ride. I also love the nose wipe on the thumb, however I don't use the wiper, it just seems to hard or firm to use on goggles.
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Why bother with a removable liner? Just do what I do and throw your gloves straight into the trash after each day on the slopes. Nothing beats the feeling of a new pair of gloves.
Lmfao what a guy.
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