2012 POW High-5 Glove Review

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  • 2012 POW High-5 Glove Review
  • 2012 POW High-5 Glove Review
  • 2012 POW High-5 Glove Review
  • 2012 POW High-5 Glove Review

For Sunny Days and Cold Nights

Sunshine, 50-degrees and corn snow - perfect springtime shred weather.  Or if you happen across a serious ‘January Thaw’ like we’re use to in the Midwest, that works too.

These are the days when you don’t need a big, bulky winter glove, but a little protection from the wind and the gnar would help.  Enter POW Glove’s High-5.  A lightweight glove, often referred to by many as a ‘park glove’.

The High-5’s feature a thin, lightweight construction that is extremely flexible and formfitting to your hand.  First impressions reminded us of gloves worn by mechanics.  Throw a pair on, grab a ski pole or your board and you will realize the sweet epoxy/silicon coated palm is more function than form.  You can grip whatever you want and not worry about losing it.

The POW High-5 glove and mitt have a waterproof palm and breathable backside.
Materials: Corded Nylon & Neoprene
Palm: Water resistant Clarino & epoxy/silicon printed High-5
Clarino is a synthetic leather POW uses on the thumb and fingertips of their gloves.  It’s wind, water, stain and mildew resistant.
Cuff: Secured with Hook & Loop (velcro)

Written by: J. Dodge

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