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Level Race Junior Ski Racing Gloves

Level Race Junior Ski Racing Gloves

Today's ski glove manufacturers are adding advanced technology to ski gloves so our kid's hands can stay warm and protected. Level offers top-of-the-line gloves at reasonable prices. Level Race Junior Ski Racing Gloves do a great job protecting little racer's hands from gate strikes, while keeping them warm and dry. Whether they're competitive or recreational skiers, or noodling around in the parks, the Level Race Junior Ski Racing Gloves will keep your little dude safe and comfortable on the slopes. 

Level Race Junior Ski Racing Gloves

  • Palm protection: Leather for durability/nice quality feel
  • Finger protection: Padded on top; leather underside/index finger for improved grip, protection
  • Knuckle protection: Hard plastic knuckle protection across top of hand; leather adds durability/protection
  • Thinsulate Insulation keep hands and fingers warm
  • Water Resistant: Membra Therm fabric
  • Short cuff slips underneath jacket sleeve
  • Adjustable wrist strap Velcos for secure fit
  • Level Race Logo looks cool

Level Gloves: Innovation and Protection 

Level Spa is an Italian manufacturer of snowboard gloves, snowboard mittens, ski gloves, ski mitts, ski poles, and beanies. Level products are born in the Italian Alps and the company is a leader in innovation and style. Level's unique technology includes the best selling Biomex Wrist Guard System, proven to significantly reduce the risk of wrist injuries while snowboarding, and Kevlar reinforced finger and palm constructions for exceptional durability. The Bliss line, designed just for women, features "Warmer for Women" technology. With its vast of array of insulations and waterproofing technologies, you can count on Level to keep you warm and dry in even the harshest climates and coldest weather. All Level products are built to make skiing and riding warmer, dryer, and more comfortable. Level "firsts" include:

  • Snowboard specific gloves (1988)
  • Removable liner system for snowboard gloves (1988)
  • Protection technology for snowboard gloves (1992)
  • "Breathable System" to help keep gloves dry (1994)
  • Kevlar reinforced construction (1999)
  • Backcountry concept: snowboard-ski gloves for mountaineering use (2001)
  • Printed silicone palms (2001)
  • Reflex stimulator system (Kirax) (2002)
  • "Overgloves" as a new market segment (2005)
Level Size Chart

Level Snowboard and Ski Gloves Size Charts

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To order the right size Level gloves for you or your kids:

1. Measure the size of your hand, as shown below.

How to Measure Your Hand for Level Gloves


2. Then, then find the correct size Level gloves for your measurement by looking here:

Size Ranges for Level Gloves


3. Finally, select your size on the product page.

 Chose the Right Size Level Gloves on the Product Page

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