With a fleece lining and flexible, pre-curved Rodeo Leather palm, the Burton Staple Pipe Glove gives you more than most park gloves ever will. This low-pro glove fits close for zero-error grabs, and features a pull tab on the wrist to make putting it on a cinch, even when you’re putting away your piece and gripping a Schlitz between your knees. We won’t tell your Mom, promise. **DISCONTINUED**
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Great spring glove
These gloves are a great quality. The leather is nice, and the nikwax protection is good to have. They aren't very warm, but I wouldn't expect a thin pipe glove to be. They are really easy to throw on and off, making them a great glove to wear on and off the hill. And here at dogfunk, the price is hard to beat.
These gloves are awesome. I use them as my backup gloves or for warmer days when my gore-tex gloves are too warm. They are comfortable and come with nikwax leather treatment to make sure they are very waterproof. And, I got them on sale at Dogfunk so an overall score!
I've had these for a couple of months and they've worked out great. I was figuring when I got them that they would really just be for warmer conditions -- Spring riding. But they are warm enough for most conditions -- I just switch to my other gloves when it's colder -- like mid 20s and below with wind chill. That said, they don't get too hot on those warm Spring days either. They fit and look great, and keep my hands dry. Mine came with some leather waterproofer. Definitely use that, and waterproof the leather from time to time.
leather soft and warm
This glove is the one for cold days, warm soft, and fits perfect under your cuff. little grippy tab for easy on, when needing to switch music or what ever. leather doesn't keep you 100% dry, but when it's cold out you don't need the extra mm's of protection.