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skiing gloves

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi
I was wondering could you actually use motorbike leather gloves to ski? because i went to morzine last year and all the instructors had pretty much motorbike racing gloves, well it looked like the design and everything and the knuckle protectors and everything and i was actually thinking could you use them and they wouldn't get soaked?

please help!
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
straightedgeprophet, more likely is that they were using snowboard gloves which are very similar in appearence but a bit more insulated
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Those 'motorbike' gloves you thought you saw were probably the standard issue Au Clair gloves that ski instructors always seem to wear. The word on the grapevine/piste is that they cost a fortune but are worth it. Cool

My advice - if you don't want to invest in ski gloves, take your biking gloves along and if they don't work, buy some normal ski gloves from the resort. Sorted! Smile
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straightedgeprophet, I thinkthe protection is for when they smash the ski race gates out of the way. Guess I wont be needing any of them then
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