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Are you an innie or outie

drjeff

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Outside. My primary pair of gloves are a pair of Swix Topdogs



with an extended cuff and essentially a powder cord at the top of the cuff that I can cynch down. Works great for me at keeping all the elements out!
 

Puck it

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This is funny. I ordered like 5 or 6 diferent pairs from BC at the beginning of the year to replace my Scott T32's that are about to die. I tried 3 or 4 pair of the under the cuff. I just not like them. I finally went with the Marmot Exum Work Glove.

 

Nick

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I go over the cuff also, normally. Sometimes if it's not cold i just let them but up against each other and feel the fresh breeze against my wrist :lol:
 

KevinF

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Both. My winter gloves and mitts (Hestra's) have long gaiters on them, so there's no way they'd fit under my jacket (at least not with any degree of comfort).

My spring gloves have really short gaiters though, so with those I'll (usually) pull my jacket sleeves over them.
 

Puck it

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I keep on seeing this thread come up and I forget it is not about navels.

I did get mine fixed if anyone cares! Umbilical that is, I got it from screaming at dmc.
 

Edd

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Outside. Mittens with long cuffs. Anything else is madness....until spring.
 
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