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DC Antuco Gloves

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Specs

Type:
  • Pipe Glove
Material: Synthetic leather and sueded palm
Insulation: none
Waterproofing: Water-repellant
Removable Liner:
  • No
Closure: Velcro
Goggle Wipe:
  • No
Gauntlet:
  • No
Recommended Use:
  • Daily Wear
  • Casual
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: DC Antuco Gloves

Looking good isn''t hard to accomplish in the DC Antuco Gloves. Practicality goes a long way but when you couple it with stylish versatility like seen in the DC Antuco Gloves you''ve got yourself a real winner. The quality construction features breathability thanks to the thumb gussets and a hook and loop fastener for a custom fit. The flex knuckles enhance comfort along with the three layer stretch construction. The waterproof neoprene is perfectly suitable to keep up while keeping your hands warm, dry and comfortable.

Key Features of the DC Antuco Snowboard Gloves:
  • Water-repellant
  • Three layer stretch
  • Slim fit pip glove with breathable finger gusset
  • Sueded palm with silicon logo print
  • Synthetic leather thumb protection

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Thanks for shraing. Always good to find a real expert.
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January 13, 2012

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Cheap park gloves.
doryce s on Dec 5, 2013
I really like the design and I always enjoy trying out new brands products. I'm excited to see how these gloves work for snowboarding
Joshua V on Jul 27, 2013
son had these last yr loved them
Kathy H on Dec 2, 2013
are these gloves warm?
Matt A on Dec 17, 2013
Best Answer: No. My Mom got these gloves for me when i asked her for a pair of gloves for snowboarding season. The ones i got kinda went with my whole set up color wise and i really liked them as far as style and comfort goes. But the downfall ton them is they don't keep your hands warm alone. I live in CT and they were not adequate for the weather up here which has only mildly cold winters. I took a removable liner from another glove and put it inside which did the trick. I would not recommend this glove to anyone whose gonna be on the mountain for long spans of time, carving the powder but they aren't bad for quick park sessions.
PS: Torstien Horgmo rocks these gloves
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