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Under gloves/mitts with wrist gaiters.
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Under gloves/mitts with wrist gaiters.
This, don't always use the gaiters though. But I hate tucking my jacket in.
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Under glove all the way. I love my Burton AK Stagger jacket because it has heavy duty thumb loops that go over your gloved thumb. Can't beat it for pow protection.
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my shitty jacket doesn't have wrist gaiters or thumb loops. In powder, snow gets in my gloves if I wear them under. I agree, though, gauntlets over the sleeve look really dorky, but it works better for me in pow, so that's what I do....but only in pow
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under all the way.
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Re: Under or Over when it comes to Gloves or Mitts?

After a glove and jacket upgrade, I've resulted in going under from over and it's become apparent that it's just a quicker way to get suited.
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I have both. Aesthetically, the under gloves look better. I find that both are easy to put on. If I'm riding with my over gloves (mitts) I cinch down my jacket cuffs tight and the gaunlet slides right over everytime.
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Prefer under.
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I wear them under with my jackets cuff adjuster through the string that is attached to my glove. that way I can just pop my gloves off and let them hang if i want to change a song or something.
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