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The Swany Men’s Bad Boy Glove gives you the versatility to hit the backcountry powder stashes in the morning, and then tear it up in the park and pipe all afternoon. This waterproof leather glove features Flexor construction, which uses flexing finger joints to give you a solid fit and full dexterity. Swany also included molded knuckles to protect you from nasty yard sales. The all-leather shell features a Dryfinger II insert to keep you dry and comfortable, and the Tri-plex insulation keeps digits toasty on frigid days. The webbing cinch strap and Uni-pull cuff keep powder shots at bay.

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Swany Bad Boys Flexor Gloves

    I have used Swany gloves for the last five years. The leather finally gave up and started to get holes in the fingers. So I thought that I would try the Flexor glove. This glove stands up to my last pair, very warm (I have bad circulation in my hands and they get cold). The only problem that I have found and it is a major one for me is (unlike my last pair with removable liners) when removing the glove the finger pull out and if you have ever delt with this you know how much of a pain it is to get them back in. Very warm...poor design!

    we purchased this glove for my son as a...

    we purchased this glove for my son as a Christmas gift and after just after 10 uses it has a started to come apart - i would have thought that gloves of this quality and price would have lasted longer than this. What is your return and or exchange policy on defective merchandise?

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    I have used the Swany Xcel gloves for a...

    I have used the Swany Xcel gloves for a few years. Which do you think is warmer, the Bad Boy or Xcel?

    Why do they not have a removeable liner?...

    Why do they not have a removeable liner? That is a key feature in any glove I look for. Multi day ski trips need to dry the lining overnight without a dedicated glove dryer. On warm days it is nice to be able to reduce the insulation value. It is also nice to be able to wash the funk out of your gloves once in a while by washing the liner. I am not afraid to spend money for a glove that has high quality contruction and features i.e. all leather technical glove. My gloves need to last through 300 ski days to be a good value.CD in Girdwood

    Have also had these gloves for a couple...

    Have also had these gloves for a couple years, last year did 75 days on the hill. Have a hole in the thumb. Any suggestions on replacement or repair? Do they have a guarantee?