Keep your hands warm, dry, and... handy.
One of these days the snow is going to impinge upon your bronzing sessions at the beach. When that happens throw on the fleece-lined Celtek Women's Kaya Gloves and run for the hills. A weather-resistant 10k-rated membrane shields your hands from soggy early season snow and a grippy Go Getta palm locks down grabs during mini-jib shred sessions. Slide your hands inside these buttery-smooth neoprene gloves for mild weather riding without oven-mitt-sized hand covers.
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great quality with unusual materials
I actually don't have this model but a similar one from last season that I got at a bigtime discount. the materials are really interesting and different -- it's hard to explain but the shiny plastic stuff is really exciting! and this stuff doesn't lose out on quality. I am not against the bigger sports companies doing cool stuff that is high tech, as I love my Nike snowboarding pants, but it is really important to have indpedenent rider-owned core stuff as well like Celtek--however, the core stuff has to be high quality and deliver the goods. otherwise it's a tokenism thing.
and celtek is really well made. i'm sure you might see a features list on here, and it's like how people bashed the mac when it came out because it cost a little more and less things than a windows machine. well it's not just about a list of features, right, after a certain point? celtek gloves have soul and it's somehow important because aside from your board and boots you are really dependent on your gloves on the mountain.
OK this isn't a review, i don't have these
but i got some celtek gloves on sale last winter. they're rider owned, supported and great quality. this is really freaky! i love these! you have to let things be pretty weird in snowboarding, especially for women's gear. that's the whole reason everyone's there. don't castrate it! well if it's for women don't uh... don't make it do PR! make it ride!