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if the measurement from my write to the tip of my middle finger is ~18cm, what size do you suggest?
January 13, 2011
December 5, 2010
When you're ripping your gloves off and on half the time on the snow, it becomes obvious really quickly why you might want snowboard-specific wrist guards. It's the little things that make you lose time on the snow. I have a slightly older model but they designed the wrist curvature really well so that it's not such a PITA to do such things. :)
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Not sure what size to get. Im about 6ft tall, and I have skinny wrist, so is the size the wrists size? or is it length?
October 28, 2010
Go by your hand length. The strap is adjustable down to a small wrist. At 6ft tall you would likely go with a large unless you have super small hands for your size.
By: John Ross
January 3, 2011
I know you hate to hear this but the answer is largely depends on your gloves, if there is some spare room for movement in the wrist of your glove, they should fit. Sorry that sounds so vague, I haven't actually tried these other than just trying them on in a store, but they are fairly close to skin, should work on most gloves.
December 2, 2009