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har3413977 wrote an answer about on January 24, 2013

Dukes have a much safer and more reliable release/retention mechanism than any tech binding. That's the whole point of hiking around with more than three times the weight of a tech binding. I'm not saying you shouldn't switch to a tech binding, just that your Dukes are a lot safer and more reliable than anything else out there.

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har3413977 wrote a review of on September 24, 2010

5 5

I hate gloves, but I always love putting these on. They fit better than anything else I've ever worn on my hands, they are incredibly comfortable and regulate temperature really really well, and they're super durable. The only downside is that there's no gore-tex liner or anything, so in sloppy spring conditions they could get wet, but their simplicity and natural materials is what makes them work so well and feel so nice in every other aspect of their functioning. As long as you're planning on wearing them in the cold (below freezing) and you nikwax or leather balm them a couple times a season they will be reliable companions.

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