Keep your hands warm without turning them into paddles.
- Pre-curved finger box construction for a natural feel
- Nose wipe for Johnny-on-the-spot booger duty
- Clarino synthetic suede palm is tough and grippy
- Waterproof breathable Weathershield shell
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What are these good for and do they keep...
What are these good for and do they keep your hands warm this guy here is dissen! Help a brother out!!
These are designed to be lighter weight park and pipe or spring riding gloves. They are not waterproof but they are water-resistant. So if you're in need of a glove to provide wind protection, grip, and a bit of warmth this spring season, these may be the gloves for you!
Sponge of a glove
Don't waste any of your cash on these gloves. I went snowboarding with them with underarmour undergloves and not only were the Vipers soaked, but so were my underarmour. Warning: These are no where near waterproof. Beware the false claims on the package or their website. Also, the design on the palm and fingers peeled off almost completely after one use.
Again, don't waste money on these gloves.
These are just warm enough for the 15+ degree days around town or spring skiing. Lightweight enough that I don't have to take them off when retrieving items from my pocket or operating my camera.
I usually buy a pair of these gloves every season now. They are thin, easy to grip with and the glacier print is super steezy. While this is mostly a glove for warmer weather you can wear them in the cold if you have a good liner.
wore these up to the mt, they kept my hands warm for being pretty thin material.
perfect lightweight glove
Great gloves. I've had 2 pairs and they're perfect for spring days, but I also use them with wool glove liners on colder days. Durable, stylish, keep my hands dry, and they never make my hands overheat. Love 'em.