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March 26, 2011
Hey I want to buy a used pair of the Dakine Cobra (Brown/Tweed, Large) if anyone is willing to sell their's. I really love these gloves, went well with my set up, and I'm having trouble replacing the pair that were stolen earlier this season. If you can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it!
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January 27, 2009
These gloves hold up quite nicely to constant wear an tear, i'm a full time board instructor and they keep me very happy. My fingers also get cold SUPER easy and they keep them warm down to about 20 degrees. And they really aren't bulky at all, but very waterproof, which is def. a good thing
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January 30, 2009
The Cobra does it all.
Into my second season, still as warm and comfy as first day wearing.
The glove is a must for any outdoors activities (which does not include walking the dog!).
For you doglovers, keep in mind that the glove is made for comfort when in action, which requires that the glove also breathes. This glove breathes perfectly, which again makes it warm and comfy. If you put this on and dont move your hand for 15 minutes, of course your hand will be cold, this is not a handoven, or do you think gloves produces heatfor you?! Well, think again. A winterglove from Dakine is for high intensity outdoor activities.
Tip for making this glove last longer; spend some money on som grease, vazeline, oil or any petrolatum, and rub them in.
Keeps 'em in shape :)
And a last word of truth from a Norwegian: The Cobra does handle effective -40 celcius.
December 23, 2008
Ive had the Dakine Cobra gloves for a few months now and have taken them out in 25 degree weather and most recently
-1 degree weather with wind chill temps making it close to -20 degrees. The gloves held up nicely warm and mostly dry until the later part of the day. After sweat or moisture from the conditions got them a little wet, they did lose some of their warmth, but not enough to cause any cold finger issues. I would say they're a good buy if you don't plan on riding or skiing in a lot of sub zero days, but would like a glove that can handle the cold times when you don't want to wear your pipe/park gloves. They look great, I would say in reality they are a mid profile rather than low profile glove and Dakine truly makes a quality product, so I'm hooked!
March 2, 2010
These gloves look great and fit close to the hand which makes grabbing that beer in the snow easy and stylish. Although, after one season of use the gloves started falling apart at the fingers. Initially they frayed and eventually busted open at the seems. It was mostly on my right hand from the constant binding release. I wouldn't recommend these unless you plan on sending them back every season for a new pair. They do have a lifetime warranty...which is nice! Hope this helps! Cheers!
January 7, 2010
I love these gloves. I have taken them on warm days and my hands weren't too sweaty because there is enough room for airflow, but I have also taken them out in -8 and -15 days at big sky and stayed on the mountain when everyone else was rushing to the lodge because their hands were getting cold. I definitely recommend these......now if only they made them with gauntlets.
October 21, 2009
Super warm and super dry, but and this is a big but, the silly pattern on the palm and fingers starts to peel off instantly, they should have left the palm blank, the stitching came away in first 2 weeks and grabbing my board put a massive slice through the thumb in the first week, my fault I know. I wore them for the rest of the season with all these defects yet my hands didn't get wet once due to how good the gore-tex is.
Personally the Cobra mitt is too many leagues ahead of the glove to mention.
These just aren't robust enough if you expect to do any more than a holidays length of wearing.
However I now have the 2010 version and the stupid ass print on the palm is gone, awesome idea.
May 5, 2009
I got these gloves when they first came out. So this review is alittle dated but read on.. I have had a great experience with these gloves and really cant complain much about them. They have kept my hands warm and dry for a few seasons. Fortunately enough none of the stitching has come undone. I will say the palm, leather portion, gets wet in the east coast snow and warmer weather. My hand has never gotten wet from it though. I bought them in white and with little to no problem they have stayed white with no washing or extra care!
I think that skiiers might have the best results with this glove because of the grippy surface on the palm and the padding on the backside of the hand. I'm a snowboarder who is very happy with dry warm hands and would reccoment these to anyone.
March 23, 2009
These gloves were awesome when I first got them. I was riding around 10 degree weather in Utah and wasn't cold. Obviously a mitt will be warmer. I had my dakine mitts in my backpack in case it got too cold but never had to use it. I've also been in rain and snow (wet and dry) and never got wet. My problem is the stitching on the side of the fingers fell apart and the stitching on the velcro tabs fell off. I thought maybe it was something I did wrong but they were happening on both sides. I have less than 10 days on them and they're already doing this. I'm returning them for another pair and will update again after using the new pair. I've had good experiences with Dakine gloves and hope that this was just a defective pair.
March 6, 2009
These cobras are sweet. Although i bought them in white i expected the bottom side to get "grimy" which they did a bit, but i dont care. The top stayed perfectly white. They are extremely comfortable and very well water-proofed, and the quality of the leather is amazing.
January 12, 2009
The Dakine Cobra gloves are beyond great and they keep my fingers warm in the backcountry in whiteout freezing conditions as well as lift skiing during windy snowstorms. I don't know why some are complaining about the bulkness of this glove as it is just right and the leather keeps the glove from being too stiff. If you haven't figured it out yet, buy these gloves now before they are sold out because you will definitely not be disappointed!
March 3, 2008
I have two pairs of these gloves because they are just that awesome. They are the perfect fit for any riding your doin and they are soooo warm. My hands are the first things to go when it is cold. I've ridden with these in sub-zero temps and felt cozy and warm. Their not bulky and have the feel of a park glove but are gore-tex and are great when your shredin so sick powder lines too. Do your hands a favor and pick up a pair......or maybe two?
Big Nol Dogg
February 6, 2008
I am amazed at the ability of the gloves to regulate the temperature of you hands. Keeps them warm without being hot and sweaty. These are a good balance between being too bulky and keeping you warm, and too thin and not doing the job. Very good glove.
January 14, 2008
These gloves are so sick. I got the red color and it goes great with the red pants I have. These gloves keep my hands warm and I have worn them in almost every condition. they are holding up very well and they also keep my hands dry. Very stoked I purchased this glove
December 27, 2007
These bad boys are hecka comfortable and have great dexterity! I would recommend they cobras to any snow influenced customer. The cobras are warm enough for the few severly cold days at the Bird and darn it all they just work well!!! They seem to fit better than the medium sized broncos that i tried on. Find and buy a pair
July 24, 2007
I wore these gloves for one day before the stitching came undone and ripped. despite that i continued to wear them for the weekend, and they still kept my hands warm. They don't completely stop snow from entering the glove also, requiring a shake out after some snow contact.
January 3, 2008
I'll get right to the point. I made my purchase based on the reviews I read. Boy was I misinformed! For the price, this glove is a joke! I read a review saying "These gloves kept my hands warm in -40C" THIS IS NOT TRUE AT ALL! Also the reviews are over a year old. May be Dakine changed something in there gloves since then. I live 5 minutes south of the Wisconsin state line and they didn't do what everyone said they did. I walked the dog yesterday, it was only 20 degrees, I was only outside 15 minutes and my finger tips started getting cold! Today 1/2/08 it was 18 degrees and my finger tips got cold again! I knew I should have stuck with a glove that has at least 100 grams of Thinsulate Brand insulation and not Thermoloft. I also noticed the Features area for this glove, they never mention how much Thermoloft insulation is in the glove. I ended up wearing my wifes gloves with 100 grams of Thinsulate Brand insulation in them. I was outside using the snow blower for 2 hours, snow blowing everywhere and my wifes gloves kept my hands warm. I'll be returning them tomorrow. BOTTOM LINE: COBRA GT GLOVES LOOK NICE BUT DON'T GET THE JOB DONE! AND THAT'S THE TRUTH!
- Nylon Flextough w / leather palm & neoprene wrist cuff
- Thermoloft with Gore-Tex insert
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- Neoprene with adjustable hook-and-loop closure
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