Progear ski gloves

AndreAndre Posts: 1,870 Mega Baller
It was mentionned during this week end webcast that they are now being sold by Alice Bagnoli. Never been close to a pair but always read good comments about them.Anyone running them? https://www.skiprogear.com/shop
How do they compare to the MSN yellows that i've been using last 8-9 years? As thin and durable?
My ski finish in 16.95 ...but my ass is out of tolerance!

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  • AndreAndre Posts: 1,870 Mega Baller
    @Mastercrafter I will! Good post! Thanks! Got out my last pair of MSN and have to get spares! Same price as MSN too.
    My ski finish in 16.95 ...but my ass is out of tolerance!
    PSM
  • VONMANVONMAN Posts: 347 Crazy Baller
    At least 15 years of using Progear gloves. Best glove ever.
    Ernie Schlager

    A Good One Ball Gives You Six
    AndrePSM
  • SlalomSteveSlalomSteve Posts: 198 Baller
    I believe the ProGear, the MSN, and the Stealth Lite gloves are all similar. I'd love to see someone buy two or all three, test them out for a season, and give us a report :)
    Andre
  • mike_mapplemike_mapple Posts: 282 Water Ski Industry Professional
    edited July 13
    My Dads Favorite gloves...I still have plenty of the pairs he had that are still un used.
    They are what I use on the rare days that I ski
    Mike Mapple | Perfski.com | [email protected] | 407-859-75444
    DragoALPJrReallyGottaSkiPSM
  • skialexskialex Posts: 1,379 Mega Baller
    A Pakistani company makes this type of gloves, at least some or most if not all. There are some quality variations but overall gloves are pretty much the same. I think they offer two qualities and possibly some brands have a better quality control.
    I’ve seen this type of gloves originally from progear and then MSN and Buzotta’s Pkb and Savvas Pandeli SP and ML and Ho and other brands. There could also be some sizing variations too.
    I think MSNs have the coolest colors though…
    Andre
  • MDB1056MDB1056 Posts: 1,057 Crazy Baller
    edited July 13
    Have not tried these but very much prefer Kevlar gloves for superior grip. 100% agree with @Mastercrafter in wanting best form fitting finders etc . Connelly Claw 3 are the best I’ve ever used . Prior Connelly versions had quality issues but they’ve stepped up the process IMO with the Claw 3. Thin form fitting and durable with great grip. Yes you can have all that extra unnecessary bulk around your fingers with the inside out craze…. No thank you. If Connelly were to discontinue these I’d but a couple dozen pairs at least. May have to give ProGear a try though
    markn
  • LeonLLeonL Posts: 2,805 Crazy Baller
    They sure don't give much of a description of their gloves on their website.
    Leon Leonard Stillwater Lake KY - SR Driver SR Judge
  • KRoundyKRoundy Posts: 635 Crazy Baller
    For those who have used these how do they fit? Do they run large or small?
  • MastercrafterMastercrafter Posts: 442 Crazy Baller
    @KRoundy I wear small Radar, small Syndicate, and small ProGear.. I'd say "true to size"
    KRoundyPSM
  • Than_BoganThan_Bogan Posts: 7,076 Mega Baller
    @KRoundy I was told by a ProGear rep that you want these super tight and so at least a size down from other types of gloves. (They didn't turn out to be my favorite gloves, as Kevlar gives me a purely psychological grip improvement, but the best were probably the S even though I wear L in Kevlar gloves!)
    Nathaniel Bogan -- GUT Padawan
    KRoundyPSM
  • kckc Posts: 352 Crazy Baller
    @LeonL I also ditched Kevlar for Amara years ago. My go to is the Syndicate Inside-Out Legends.
    igkya
  • UWSkierUWSkier Posts: 1,941 Mega Baller
    Tried Amara a few times but I destroy them in about a half season. I can easily get a season or two out of Kevvies.
    boats are like girlfriends you love them however there is another one around the corner - bananaron, July 21, 2020
    MDB1056
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