Gear Roundup: Tech friendly snowboard gloves

Are you a sally if you’re scared to take your glove off to use your phone or your iPod? Maybe. Is it worth feeling like your fingers are going to fall off because you had to answer a call on the chair? Probably not. Some companies have figured how to squash the internal debate of suffering through that shitty song that came on your iPod or risking frostbite to change it.

Whether you’re looking for a technical glove that can stand up to a waist deep day at Baker, or just something to wear when you want to scroll Instagram on your walk to the store, we’ve found a technology friendly glove for you.


Celtek Lira – $100

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Burton Mix Master Mitt – $170

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The North Face ETIP Glove – $45

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Dakine Raptor – $85


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Volcom Wild Card Texting Gloves – $27

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