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Super Burly Super Pipe Snowboard Gloves from Level - ready to ship!

by Jim Bartlett October 19, 2016

Super Burly Super Pipe Snowboard Gloves from Level - ready to ship!

If you don't know this already, wrist injuries are the most frequent injury in snowboarding. Absolutely, you can read our great guide on How to Choose: Snowboard Gloves & Snowboard Wrist Guards.  But, let me save you some time.... 

If you want the best snowboard protective gloves on the market, with a proven technology that reduces wrist injuries, with a badass - but refined - look, then the Level Super Pipe gloves are just right for you. 

Check them out, read up on it, do whatever you need to do. But, buy a pair and wear them. I do. And I can tell you that I've been thankful I had them on on more than one occasion. 

Let us ship you a pair today.


Jim Bartlett
Jim Bartlett


Founder of XSportsProtective, snowboarder, mountain biker, father of four young kids who love action sports.

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