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Grenade G.A.S. CC935 Gloves

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Type: Pipe Glove
Material: Polyester
Insulation: none
Waterproofing: yes
Removable Liner: No
Closure: Slip On
Goggle Wipe: No
Gauntlet: No
Recommended Use: Hiking, Skiing, Daily Wear, Winter Wear, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Grenade G.A.S. CC935 Gloves

Minimal insulation, waterproof and stylish. Keeps your hands warm while out in the snow or just around town with the Grenade G.A.S. CC935 Gloves. Don't worry about your hands getting wet when playing in the snow. These gloves have unique styling that will help you stand out from the crowd without risking losing your fingers while looking good.

Key Features of the Grenade G.A.S. CC935 Gloves:
  • Latter stretch body
  • Performance neoprene knuckle
  • Silicone printed palm graphics
  • Classic pipe glove
  • Wicking treatment

G.A.S. CC935

3.5 / 5.0
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Pleased with the purchase
My son is very pleased with these gloves
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November 29, 2014
11 months ago
Bad insulation
Very bad insulation, I had my palms frozen because of them. Very short, dont fit under jacket.
I wouldnt recommend them for snowboarding, skiing, hiking, whatever. Just for a cool factor, walking on the street in the autumn. The rubber part is very, very cold.
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December 28, 2014
10 months ago

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Admittedly, I just thought they looked cool and I needed some gloves. No idea what their actual performance is like yet.
Joshua W on Dec 24, 2013
My gloves came without metal studs on knuckles. Reason?
Otherwise they are awesome.
Cizis on Oct 14, 2014
Best Answer: Nauris,

First I am sorry to take so long to answer your question... there was a little mystery here. It seems that the original shipments of these gloves had studs, but as they were reordered Grenade adjusted the style. The picture has not been updated (that is being adjusted). You are welcome to return them for another type, or call our customer service people at 866-243-6932 and they may be able fix this problem. Thank You,

Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Oct 17, 2014
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Are these gloves cold weather gloves or just cool look for motocross?
A shopper on Oct 4, 2014
Best Answer: These gloves are excellent cold weather gloves that work well for snowboarding / skiing or even mountain biking in cooler temperatures. They are considered "park gloves" which make them extremely durable and designed for those who like to drag their hands in deep powder or when hitting jumps and having that occasional hand slide across the snow when landing. I would say these gloves are excellent performing for the temperatures of 20-50 degrees, however anything colder I'd suggest a thicker more insulated glove. Also towards the end of the season on those slushy snow days, these gloves do tend to absorb some of the wet snow. All around these gloves have been absolutely amazing and look wicked as the pictures depict them them to be. Hope this helps you make your decision!
Reply · Report · havasuonthelake on Oct 4, 2014
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When I looked at sizing, it was recommended that I measure the width of the hand across the knuckles, but there is no information as to what measurement corresponds to what size. Can you help me?
Richard S on Oct 11, 2014
Best Answer: Richard,

I can help. This is general.... however typically using palm diameter:

XS 2.25 in-2.75 in L 3.75 in-4.25 in

S 2.75 in-3.25 in XL 4.25 in-4.5 in

M 3.25 in-3.75 in
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