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January 05, 2009


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Nice shot! Nice jump! And are those gloves or mitts that Peconic Jeff is wearing? They look cool. You guys are definitely dialed in for cold weather sailing.


Awesome picture - and I love you you guys sail right through the winter.

Tom O'Brien

Hi James, those are 2mm neoprene Glacier Gloves (see: product # 002HBL) that I got from Jon Ford at Windsurfing Hamptons. I prefer them over the Dakine cold water mitts for both warmth and dexterity. My last pair lasted about a year.

Btw, that photo is just a still - I have a minute or two of footage from this day that I hope to upload later today or tomorrow (I'll post a link here).

How cool? Way cool.

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