|Closure:||Velcro wrist closure|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Grenade Brainwasher Gloves Rasta
Don't forget to grab your gloves when hitting the cold outdoors. The Grenade Brainwasher Snowboard Gloves is a necessity when fighting the cold, wind and snow. Stay protected and ultra warm and dry with the Grenade Brainwasher Snowboard Gloves. Don't let your hands freeze when adventuring through the snowy hills and stay protected at all times.
- Neoprene Glove
- Velcro wrist closure
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i got this glove and right away i noticed that it was thin so my hands got cold. i bought some liners and that fixed the problem right away. they are very comfortable and makes it easy to use your ipod and things like that. overall great glove just needed liners to keep my hands warmer
Thisglove looks really cool and is awesome for park riding. Putting goggles on, strapping in bindings, and grabs are really easy to do in this non-bulky glove. It's truely waterproof and is sweet overall.
"Good Park Gloves"
I like to use a thinner glove for when I ride park. Thinner gloves are always less warm so I do not suggest to use these in extreme weather or in the backcountry. The gloves have a really cool design on them. They also felt really natural on my hands. They fit me nice and perfect. There was no sag to the glove at all.
"for non-extreme weather"
l had a groupon to purchase this at a local. l never had a thin glove before so l was dubious to if it woudl actually be waterproof. surprisingly it was decently waterproof. well l guess its expected that because its not bulky, that it doesnt stay as warm in colder temp. would probably buy it again with the discount, not full price though. if you like a flashy glove, you'll like these also
"great mid-weather glove"
I got a pair of these on close out with the Pow Ozone's I had were just too cold even for Tahoe. These offer a great midgle ground. They are perfect for a dry, tahoe day in the park and keep your hands just warm enough while having almost no bulk to them. They do seem to absorb water pretty easily, but hopefully you're not bailing too much in them =o)
These gloves are good for spring skiing cause in the middle of the season they get wet and then there cold but in spring they get wet and there still warm. good for pow too cause then the snow doesnt melt for the ice coast defiantly good for warm days.
"Buy for Style"
I bought these gloves at a local shop in my town. They are perfect for SoCal weather which is usually fairly warm or moderately cold. The gloves are not fit for snow storms or if you put your hands in the snow a lot. AS far as comfort goes they are much like any other glove of its kind. They are durable enough to handle scrapes on hard-pack and ice If you are looking for a park and pipe glove this is a good glove, but features nothing that cant be found in other brands and designs. As with most pipe gloves, you buy it for the style.
I bought the rasta and love them. I have a bonfire jacket and found that when my sleeves hang over its hides them from the wind enough to keep my hands warm as if I were wearing an actual full glove. I've worn these in 10F weather and was good for about four hours before feeling a lil chilly.
I love these gloves, theyre not all big and chunky like most gloves. great for spring riding. very stylish. Keep water out for the most part unless you fall alot.
great gloves. theyre super thin so you have the ability to anything you want without taking them off. the only problem is if they get wet you're done. you better go dry them off. that or carry a spare if weather looks a little wet.
Love these gloves. Great feel! I rock them even in the pow, but if they get wet dont go in the lodge! youll be frozen the rest of the day.
These are great gloves... The material on the inside feels great and they seem to be very warm. This may just be me though, I can board with a t-shirt on and be sweating while most other people have their jackets fully zipped up. The other big plus for me is they are a lot thinner than most gloves, so now I don't have to take my gloves off all the time to mess with my bindings or change the song on my Ipod. One note though, I bought the medium size and it's a bit tight when first putting them on. Also, the size chart I found for gloves put me right in the middle of the medium category based on knuckle width. I apparently have long fingers though, so they don't fit perfectly. Make sure to check all your hands measurements before ordering.
bought these just for the park and thats what theyre for...and they are good for it A++
These gloves are great for the park or just riding around. They are thin so they are easy to hrow grabs or do things like snap your helmet or put bindings on. overall, these gloves are just great