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Podium worthy.

You readjust your Nomis Tony Gloves, buckle your bindings, take a deep breath, and plunge into the pipe for your first park and pipe competition.
  • Thinsulate insulation warms your hands as you wait for your turn
  • Waterproof and breathable insert leaves your hands dry throughout the comp
  • Silicon grip on palm and fingers lets you stomp your mid-air grabs
  • Wipe off your dripping snot with the nose wipe

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I'm wondering if these are wind resistant...on...

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I'm wondering if these are wind resistant...on super windy days, I'm looking for a pair of gloves that will keep my hands protected...not all gloves do the trick

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Absolutely wind resistant! Thinsulate lined so you will stay dry, and won't even feel the wind! not kidding! Try 'em out!

Let me know how these gloves test up..

Many Thanks!

Ryan T

Do these gloves run small or big or whats...

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Do these gloves run small or big or whats the deal?

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This brand has a standard to slightly small fit for gloves. Here is a general sizing chart for men's gloves to give you an idea:

Small = 5.5-6"
Medium = 6.5-7"
Large = 7.5-8"
XL and up = 8.5" +

How to Measure: Measure from the bottom of the wrist to the top of the middle finger.

It's always better to have a glove a little on the big side than one that is too small. A bigger glove actually insulates your fingers better and keeps your hands warmer than one that is skin tight.

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Nomis Tony Glove - M

Sick glove. Haven't had a chance to try them out on the slopes yet, but they seem really warm. Fits my hands perfectly.