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Factory Park Glove

Oakley Factory Park Glove

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Misty Glove

Celtek Misty Glove

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Spectre Glove - Men's

Burton Spectre Glove - Men's

$44.95

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Pipe Glove - Men's

Burton Pipe Glove - Men's

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Formula Glove

Burton Formula Glove

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Factory Winter Glove

Oakley Factory Winter Glove

$75.00

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Throttle Pipe Glove

Armada Throttle Pipe Glove

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Pipe Glove - Women's

Burton Pipe Glove - Women's

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Factory Pipe Glove

Oakley Factory Pipe Glove

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Antuco Glove - Men's

DC Antuco Glove - Men's

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How to Choose Park and Pipe Gloves

Protect Your Hand While You Rip the Park
How to Choose Park and Pipe Gloves

Riding in a terrain park or a half-pipe often involves grabbing some part of your board and subjecting your hands to the snow. You want a pair of gloves that balance weather protection, dexterity, and superior durability. Look for a glove with a waterproof breathable shell material or a water-resistant coating or laminate. Most park gloves are thin, feature a reinforced palm, and only include a small amount of insulation. Although it’s rare that you’ll find a park glove with an over-the-cuff gauntlet, sometimes this style is nice if you live somewhere with particularly cold and windy weather.

Waterproofing:

Wet can do more damage to your hands than cold alone. Look for a glove with a waterproof and breathable membrane. At a minimum, you want a glove with a DWR coating or water-resistant laminate, which will be indicated in the technical specifications.

Construction:

Look for a glove with leather, suede, or rugged synthetic material reinforcing the inner palm and fingers. This reinforcement is vital for the added stress you put on your gloves when grabbing your skis lap after lap in the park. Additionally, you’ll often find silicone material added to the palms to improve overall grip.