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If shock-and-awe is a big part of your outlandish personality, then you're the man ... for the Pow Shocker Glove. Given the uniquely colored tips of a few choice fingers, you may not wait around to hear about such technical features as the durable yet stretchy nylon outer, tight neoprene cuff, and super-durable shell. But you can bet that the on-snow action you get when wearing the Shocker is almost as good as the off-snow.

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It's alright

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

Like previous review from Eric, the graphics on the fingers and palm weren't grippy and actually a bit slick when wet (not so ironically). Not impressed since the pink and brown started to flake off on the first day of wearing. The fit is true. Not waterproof...put my hand in some slush and it went right through. Not bad though since it's not cotton and still kept the wind out. Got it on sale so it was a good deal...would have been ripsht if I paid full price.

Funny at first

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size

Good for a laugh until you get sick of the joke. anyway they seem to be a pretty good do everything glove. A little warm for ski touring on warm spring days IMO. Also I was thinking the tips graphics on the palm side would be grippy but they are in fact slippery. Fits true to size

Heart this glove

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I use this glove while commuting/mountainbike riding/ skiing and just an all around glove. I love the design and how comfortable they are. They make me giggle every time I put them on. My hands do pretty well in the cold and just need to have the skin covered. These are perfect for that cause. They keep some wind out and wick a little moisture. I am a big fan of pow gloves!

Great spring gloves!

    I picked these up for my spring gloves this year and I love them. They seem pretty durable because I've probably put about 20 park days on them so far with no rips or seam issues. The cuff is super short and they are definitely meant for warmer weather shredding. All in all, they are a pretty great park glove and they definitely bring about some smiles on the hill.

    3rd Pair!

      I have had three pair of these since they first came out in 2006. They last about 3 years before you start putting your fingers through the ends. I probably skied a total of 150 days on these gloves and used them every day to and from work. Great thin glove for doing everything!

      good gloves, warm enough for how this they are

        liked the design, bought them for riding a motorcycle, which they do a pretty decent job. there very thin, and come at a prebent finger angle, which is good for gripping handlebars. However, not so warm at 60+ mph when its 30 degrees out, but they would do a good job in slightly warmer temperatures.