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How to Choose Park and Pipe Gloves

Riding in a terrain park or a half-pipe often involves contact with ski or snowboard edges and time in the snow.  You want a pair of gloves that balance weather protection, dexterity, and superior durability. Most park gloves are thinner, with minimal insulation and a reinforced palm; they also generally cost less than heavier-duty ski or snowboard gloves.

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.
Waterproofing
Most park & pipe gloves rely on a DWR treatment for water resistance. Neoprene is a popular choice for these gloves because it provides lightweight insulation, even when wet.
Touchscreen Compatibility
Whether you’re filming your friends or checking your messages, it can be very handy to have touchscreen-compatible fingertips on your gloves. Many park & pipe gloves include this feature so you don’t have to take them off when you pull out your phone.