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Looks perfect, but where are they (or equivalent) available in the US?
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Looks perfect, but where are they (or equivalent) available in the US?

If you don't want breathability, any kayak shop.
post #33 of 36

I am going to get the snow monkey gloves. If it is a planned ski day for me and it rains, I ski all day. I have a very waterproof set of Helly Hansen foul weather sailing bib overalls for pants, a very effective soft shell and a Descent parka with a hood that fits over my helmet. In the past I have gone through 3 or 4 sets of gloves on the worst days as well as 2 sets of goggles (the foam gets saturated). I actually like skiing in the rain and at a Pennsylvania mountain one weekday, they closed the mountain when I left because I was the only one skiing - that was a great ski day, no waits, no impediments - gotta love a good downpour.

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I was talking to a friend about this today and he reminded me "You can go through about 10 pairs of kinco's before the price of one pair of ski gloves."

 

http://www.kincoworkgloves.com/lined-leather-palms/the-original-lined-grain-pigskin-gloves/

 

I used these for setting race courses last year and some free skiing.  For less than $10 you can't beat them.

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I was talking to a friend about this today and he reminded me "You can go through about 10 pairs of kinco's before the price of one pair of ski gloves."

 

http://www.kincoworkgloves.com/lined-leather-palms/the-original-lined-grain-pigskin-gloves/

 

I used these for setting race courses last year and some free skiing.  For less than $10 you can't beat them.


Though they aren't "dextrous as F***".
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Originally Posted by L&AirC View Post

I was talking to a friend about this today and he reminded me "You can go through about 10 pairs of kinco's before the price of one pair of ski gloves."

 

http://www.kincoworkgloves.com/lined-leather-palms/the-original-lined-grain-pigskin-gloves/

 

I used these for setting race courses last year and some free skiing.  For less than $10 you can't beat them.


Though they aren't "dextrous as F***".


No worse than my mittens biggrin.gif

 

 

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