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Whats Everybody Using For Gloves?

Dec 10, 2018
Looking at a new set of gloves this year and cant decide what to go with wheter it be klim, tobe or motorfist.

Any insight would be much appreciated!


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Nov 27, 2008
Eastern Idaho
I have 2 pair of Klim powerxross gloves, one for morning and I switch after lunch. I also carry a pair of leather work gloves I wear when we stop for lunch. This keeps from poking a hole or burning your riding gloves if you build a fire. Then I have my “go home” gloves. Klim Klimate one size too big.
Mar 9, 2019
I have pair of glove that I wear while riding in and out on the trail just a generic ski glove. For off trail riding I use motocross gloves usually have a couple pairs with me.
May 16, 2019
For me it’s all about how the gloves feel on my hands. At the snow show last week I was looking at Tobe and 509 and I just didn’t like the feel. Obviously everyone will have their own preference, but I ended up buying the Klim Powerxross, really nice! I have also been wearing the Klimate gloves for couple yrs, really like those also.

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