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March 14, 2011
I bought the black version of these gloves and they have been pretty good so far. I used them this season when I went on a trip to Mont Tremblant, Canada. The temperature was below zero but these gloves held up in keeping dry and warm. They're also very flexible (of course, they're pipe gloves). The rubber palm definitely helps in keeping grip and staying dry. If you're looking for a glove that is easy to move in but will also keep you relatively dry and warm, the Crossfires are a good choice. The price is also reasonable.
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January 10, 2012
Well Connor has just received his gloves for Christmas and is ready to rip up the mountain. Great smiles from all this Christmas, thanks to dogfunk.com. Pictures to follow, just remind me again. Great shots of him rippin it! on the slopes. Thanks again dogfunk.com They are awesome!