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The spring sun reduces the snow to a soupy slush, but, of course, you don’t quit riding—you just slip on the Neff Edge Glove and keep throwing down until the park snow turns into mud. A water-resistant shell and hook-and-loop wrist help prevent the soup from entering your glove, and the super grippy palm sticks grabs like your jersey sticks to your back in May.

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4 5

So-So gloves..

These gloves fit snug, and they seem to use an almost Elasticy type of nylon material. It feels a little weird at first but you get used to it quickly. Used them for a season and haven't had any tears or rips. I am impressed by their durability though I am looking to get some slightly more comfortable gloves.

Definitely not for the heavy snow, these are pipe gloves. They are perfect for sunny days, but if its extremely cold get some gloves with insulation!! I always keep these bad boys and another pair of gloves just incase the weather changes on me!

Are these gloves reasonable for stratton...

Are these gloves reasonable for stratton or okemo in vermont?

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That depends on the temperature on a given day. These are definitely a lightweight spring riding glove, so they are better suited for warmer days, probably temperatures over 30F for most people.

3 5


i got these gloves for christmas and wore them the day after to go boarding and it was 25 degrees out and my fingers froze i have yet to try them during the spring.

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Hate to say it but these aren't winter time gloves... they dont have any insulation. They're for Early or Late season riding..

do these get wet easily?

do these get wet easily?

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These are water-resistant but they are not waterproof gloves. So in wet, heavy snow they wouldn't be ideal. But for mild conditions or spring riding, these are sweet styley gloves!