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  1. #1
    Quiet Professional
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    May 2011

    Two questions about fox gloves.

    Fox large gloves fit well and love the feel of the bomber. My question is are the fox gloves out of china and that area on ebay authentic? Second is are the bomber too much glove for am ridding? The other options are the pawtector or the dirtpaw. What do you guys n gals think of these?

  2. #2
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    Feb 2008
    I am not really too satisfied with my dirtpaws. I had a rip relatively early from just snagging them on my bike... no crash/dirt/rocks were involved. Not really that much padding either. They have now become my last resort gloves

  3. #3
    Steep on the Cheap
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    Jan 2013
    +1 on the dirtpaw.

    I've got about 5 months on them and they're holding together, but they're not doing anything special for me.

    On the hunt for something a little more substantial.

  4. #4
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    May 2009
    My dirt paws have about a season and a half on them and they're holding up fine. A little more padding would be nice, but no rips or anything yet.

  5. #5
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    Mar 2013
    Dirtpaws work fine for me, I've been wearing them for 6 months now. They are holding up just fine.

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