Last season I went through 5 pairs of gloves, the towrope game is strong in Minnesota. Glove guards are annoying, mine fell off on the hill all the time. Even the thickest leather gloves that I had ripped within a month, I need some gloves that won't rip on the rope, it's annoying and it pisses my dad off. Any suggestions?
"So what's the deal with Level 1? Will there ever be a Level 2?" - Some gaper
"You put on your boots, click into your bindings, dust the snow off your skis, and head out for the chair, and it doesn't matter that you failed a test, didn't get the girl, or that your life is on a one way trip down the shitter, your world is right for the next couple of hours."
shotvetKinco. pick some up at your local hardware store
I also live in MN so i feel your struggle. This but spray em first so they are waterproof. I had a random unbranded pair of choppers without any waterproofing for about 45 days. They only ripped from getting so wet. Kinko should last you atlas a year.
Kinco or any other decent insulated work glove. I use mine all year for all other jobs at home and in the garden as well as a fair bit of tree surgery and work on the cars, never had a wear issue with them and I'm still on the set I got three years ago. The more you beat them up the more waterproof they get,
Usually to be found working in the alps with 'Staff' on the back of my jacket pretending to know whats occurring while I slink off to go ski.