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December 28, 2011
these fit great, look great and work great..... unless its under 10. i have used these for about a month straight (5+ days a week on the mountain) and they have been great for resort riding in 10 to 45 degree weather BUT they get really warm if its over 35 and they are nowhere NEAR the protection needed for backcountry or anything under the 10/15 mark. on the plus side i almost never have to take them off because how articulated and thin they are... i would call them a bit of a glorified leather pipe glove.... and they look like that to. i am a girl and have pretty normal sized hands and i got the medium and they fit great. great buy for someone who won't have their hands in the snow a lot or is a skier.
September 29, 2011
This is the second pair of AK gloves I bought and I have not been disappointed. Extremely comfortable and keep you warm in below freezing temps and don't fall apart easily unlike some other gloves I have purchased in the past. I use to go through 2-3 pairs a season and now just sticking with one.
everything gets ripped up by the toe rope
December 14, 2011
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December 2, 2011
I ordered these because I thought they were white or and least an off white. That is what i looks like on my screen. They are a lot darker than what it appears. It is a green / gray color, which i guess is not a surprise considering they are called Grayeen.
October 9, 2011
Low profile and warm. Like the fleece line. Burton's Pistol grip is hands down the best. The glove comes pre-curved to give and articulated fit. I never have to worry about having a buchey glove that enables such simple things like unzipping my jacket.