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New Mitts but no Wrist Leash

Grapefruit19

Diva in Training
#1
I just bought a beautiful new pair of Leki mittens which are part of the Leki Trigger S pole system (and, thus, bought new poles!). I just realized the mittens don't have a wrist leash on them which I'm not sure I can live without. I noticed they do have small loops on the inner cuffs so maybe I can attach ones from another pair of gloves. Haven't tried yet but wondering if anyone has run into the same problem and has a workaround?
 

slyfox4

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
#3
I have Armada wrist leashes that I put on my BD Sparks and I also put them on my Armada Carmel Windstoppers. I LOVE them...I'm not sure how people don't use them!
 

RachelV

Administrator
Staff member
#4
You can also do this for super cheap by buying big stretchy hairbands from the pharmacy and looping them through anywhere on your glove that works, and then making a loop on the other side that's roughly the size of your wrist. I did it on my mittens and it works great.
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Jilly

Moderator
Staff member
#6
I've always taken the leashes off any gloves that I get. There usually is a loop and snap hook to hooked the pair together. I think that might be what you are describing.
 

SarahXC

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
#7
I have found on amazon usb drive bracelets (I think that is what they called them) that have worked great and I think a 10 pack was less then $10 so now every pair of gloves/mittens that needed one is set and no changing them from one pair to another.
 

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