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Does this glove have a pocket on top for RFID lift passes? Thanks!
By: Mike Kerns
April 27, 2013
January 3, 2013
... this is my first pair of Dakine Gloves as I have been loyal to Burton over the past 17 years. Just one of those things, if you find something that works, stick to it.
Well... the Dakine Cobra Glove fits that mold and I will continue to support this glove/company based upon their commit to a quality product
On colder days, 15 degree or below, I wear the Burton Gore Tex Under Mitt, but that may just be because I like to stay toastie.
Oh... by the way dogfunk ensured these gloves arrive to my door step in two days.
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Adam L. Saucedo
November 10, 2011
The DAKINE Cobra Gloves are the bomb-digity! Not only are they super warm, but the Gore-Tex membrane helps so much with water resistance - no way is any dampness hitting my hands this winter. The DAKINE Cobra Gloves are super durable and don't rip like other gloves do. When you slip your hand into them, they are incredibly cozy and comfortable. Although I haven't tried wrangling cobras with these (like the recommended use says), I bet they are awesome for that as well! I would definitely recommend these to anyone who wants a super comfortable/warm glove that keeps water out and warmth in.
these will work for holding a rope but if you burn through gloves and want something more durable check out mountaineering gloves. they will stand up to a lot and keep the cold out.
By: Tim Bohlken
December 4, 2012
January 18, 2012
I am a snowboard instructor, and last year. I put over 100 days on these gloves and am still riding them this year. By far the warmest, toughest pair of gloves I've own. My roommate went through three pair, riding maybe once a week, before he was convinced to buy a pair; He will never go back.
If you are asking me if you should buy them... well, does Shawn White kill it in the pipe, but suck at slopestyle?
Hello! I have a sizing issue with these gloves. According to dogfunk.com, they state that a 8.5 inch length from bottom of wrist to tip of middle finger is an XL. However, on dakine's website, they state that the 9.5-10.5 inch circumference of the palm signifies XL.
My problem is that my wrist to middle finger length is 8.5 inches (XL according to dogfunk), and my palm cirfumerence is 9 inches (L according to dakine.com).
I am torn between a large and an extra large. Which should I get?
By: John H
February 22, 2012
Thanks for the help ste. I ended up getting a pair of Large. Let's just say that if there were a size between Large and X-Large, it would be perfect! Large fits well, the finger length is just enough, and the palm is near perfect.
By: John H
March 5, 2012
I've got the same problem. The large will fit perfect in length but if you make a fist it will feel a little tight, and good luck wearing liners. The XL will fit your fist but will be a little long in the digits. Not a huge deal for me.
March 2, 2012
Will these last if they are being used regularly on tow ropes?
December 8, 2011
John- if I were you, I would get some of those leather rope tow guards. It's the only way to keep your nice gloves nice.
December 16, 2011
If by tow rope you mean no handle and it's just holding onto the metal braided rope....then you should buy a roll of duct tape. In my years no glove has held up to the metal braided tow rope...unless you use duct tape!!
December 9, 2011
November 13, 2011
Beat my last pair of Cobras into the ground after about 200 days over three seasons. Loved them enough to snag another pair. Biggest improvement is the definitely the zip-closure on the cuff instead of the velcro which wore out after awhile. Love the warmth in such a low-profile designed glove. Hoping they stay toasty and don't pack out too soon.
- [membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex; [shell] nylon, polyester, DWR coating; [palm] leather; [lining] fleece (230g)
- high loft synthetic (220g)
- Removable Liner:
- Goggle Wipe:
- Nose Wipe:
- Hand-warmer Pocket:
- Recommended Use:
- wrangling cobras
- Manufacturer Warranty: