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Take a trip to the pipe.

Pull on the warm, waterproof 686 Women’s Voyage Gloves and hit the superpipe. The Westech-8 denim shell makes sure your stand-out style extends all the way to your fingertips. 686 lined these gloves with brushed polyester tricot to trap warmth and wick moisture, and added a Dry-Tech waterproof insert to keep your hands dry and happy. Strong synthetic suede palms with silicone grip stand up to icy lips and sharp board edges. Stash a handwarmer packet or some lip balm in the Voyage’s pocket.

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4 5

Pretty cool

They are not warm, but they looks really cool. Everyone asked me where from I got them.

5 5

awesome gloves, in every way...

i wore these 8am-4pm on a serious pow day and my hands stayed totally dry (which meant warm too)!! they work well on park and non-pow days too. i love that they don't make my hands sweat, and instead stay totally dry. the fleecy insides are nice, and the grippy palm is sweet. oh, and they are very pretty!

careful of the sizing tho, my hand is 7.5" and the corresponding glove that came is a bit too big. makes it easy to put on/take off tho!

5 5

Cool lookin' and keeps your hands DRY

Not bulky at all - they're small enough to fit in your jacket pocket. I don't think those little pockets are good for anything, being that you're probably wearing pants and a jacket with a billion easily accessible pockets, but it's a nice touch. 'Nuff said, I guess.

3 5

Nice gloves...

I like these, they're great. They're really pretty gloves. Just make sure to use a liner with them, otherwise they will definitely not be warm enough. Great, gloves, though!