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Celtek Echo Glove - Men's - 2010 BCS
With a fleece lining and a four-way stretch outer the Celtek Men's Echo Glove keeps things simple without leaving your hands to suffer through stupidly deep days of riding. The Echo's light-and-fast construction gives you plenty of dexterity, but doesn't skimp on durability thanks to partial neoprene and suede outer construction. A sticky Go Getta Grip locks down your hold on your board, lippy lifties, and skiers who cut you off, and a slip-on design means you can slide these gloves on and off faster than a Ranger's goalie on speed.
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February 26, 2012
the design around the glove peels of with water contact, and is not really meant to keep your hands warm or dry at all, I'm not sure if these were made for the now or not haha, maybe they're are just not for people who spend a lot of time on the ground idk, either way i would not reccommend
are they totally water proof? can you wear them all day without
are they totally water proof? can you wear them all day without getting your hands frozen?
November 30, 2010
No these aren't totally waterproof and they're for spring shredding. I suggest upgrading to some Goretex gloves for total waterproofing. Burton makes killer Gore gloves and they're not too expensive.
December 2, 2010
Not a warm pair of gloves
January 10, 2011
These gloves are thin and flexible which is great if your shoveling snow. If your snowboarding or skiing then they are not the pair for you. They got wet from the snow and started getting rigid from ice build up. My hands would have been freezing all day if I hadn't gotten a buddies extra set of thin gloves to put underneath these.