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Put ‘em in a body bag Johnny!

Slip your paws into the Dakine Men’s Cobra Glove before you head out to get Cobra Kai on the next big winter storm. With a Weathershield leather shell and Gore-Tex insert, this glove keeps your mits high-and-dry while you slay the deeps. Thermaloft insulation dials in all-day warmth, the mid-weight fleece lining offers killer comfort, and the hook-and-loop closure keeps snow out.

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4 5

Dakine Cobra Glove

Another fantastic Dakine glove. Durable, waterproof, and stylish. They do have a few negatives though. In cold weather, they do not keep your hands too cozy and warm. Still on the chilly side. Would recommend a thinner "glove liner" style glove to wear underneath. Also, when the end of the season arrives and you're doing the annual gear wash, be sure to dry your gloves by a heat vent or somewhere with alot of warm circulating air. They take a few days to dry after getting thoroughly wet.

1 5

Giving up

Over the past two seasons, I've owned and destroyed three pairs of Dakine Cobras. The first two (2010 models) blew out finger seams in roughly in 15-20 days. Big props to Dakine's warranty department for taking care of me with these issues though. After I destroyed my last pair, I received this year's model as a replacement. This year, instead of dealing with a quality issue, the problem is the design (which eventually lead to a gear failure). The previous year's Cobras used a velcro hook and loop closure, which I never had a problem with. This year the closure has been changed to a zipper (contrary to Dogfunk's specs seen on the right hand of this page). The problem with this zippered closure is how tight the wrist section is of the glove. I don't have extremely large wrists/hands, but even with a size large the wrist section of the glove is way too tight and makes it difficult to pull the zipper closed. After about 10 days of wrestling with the zipper to get it closed, the metal fatigued enough for the zipper pull to break off on one of the gloves. The pull on the other glove is noticeably bent from struggling with it as well. So now after going through three seperate pairs of Cobras in two seasons (none of which made it more than 20 days) I've officially given up on them, despite being one of the more comfortable gloves I've used.

2 5

Not so great...

I had the 2010 version of this glove, and it was pretty shoddy. After just a month the seams started falling apart and their was no such thing as waterproof. I've never had a problem with cold hands and but these guys made sure I knew my hands weren't invincible haha. F*@#in' freezin!

1 5

Giving up on the Cobras

Over the past two seasons, I've owned and destroyed three pairs of Dakine Cobras. The first two (2010 models) blew out finger seams in roughly in 15-20 days. Big props to Dakine's warranty department for taking care of me with these issues though. After I destroyed my last pair, I received this year's model as a replacement. This year, instead of dealing with a quality issue, the problem is the design (which eventually lead to a gear failure). The previous year's Cobras used a velcro hook and loop closure, which I never had a problem with. This year the closure has been changed to a zipper (contrary to Dogfunk's specs seen on the right hand of this page). The problem with this zippered closure is how tight the wrist section is of the glove. I don't have extremely large wrists/hands, but even with a size large the wrist section of the glove is way too tight and makes it difficult to pull the zipper closed. After about 10 days of wrestling with the zipper to get it closed, the metal fatigued enough for the zipper pull to break off on one of the gloves. The pull on the other glove is noticeably bent from struggling with it as well. So now after going through three seperate pairs of Cobras in two seasons (none of which made it more than 20 days) I've officially given up on them, despite being one of the more comfortable gloves I've used.

5 5

Want To Buy: Brown/Tweed, Large- HELP!!!

Hey I want to buy a used pair of the Dakine Cobra (Brown/Tweed, Large, Last Year's Style) 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!

My Best,
Curtis Johnson
stigers at hot mail . com

5 5

Want To Buy: Brown/Tweed, Large- HELP!!!

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!

My Best,
Curtis Johnson
stigers at hot mail . com

1 5

Just A joke

Who could call these horrible gloves GORE-TEX, they a straight up horrible!Do NOT BUY UNLESS YOU WANT WET HANDS.!! Dakine should sstick to making packs, not gloves!!!! :(

5 5

Oh so suave....

If you are looking for a lower profile glove to fit under any jacket, look no further. I had been currently rocking the Dakine Rover gloves but had wanted something to go underneath my sleeve seeing as my jacket has wrist gators, so I figured I'd give the cobras a shot. Wore them 4 days straight at Snowbird, one of them being a heavy powder day. These gloves kept me warm and extremely dry while all my other buds were complaining about wet cold fingers. I would definitely recommend these to all.

3 5

i give em a "B-"

their alright, they dont really come up all to high on your wrist so if your riding pow, your sure to get snow in your glove and they are definitely not a cold day skiing glove. i was riding Jackson the other week and they couldn't keep me as warm as i hoped but other than that their comfortable and so far durrable

5 5

Sick gloves

Love these gloves, I bought them cause I own a scooter in TX and it gets cooold. These have held up awesome!! I recently took a trip to CO (temps fell in negative digits) did some sick snow shoeing and couldn't have asked for better gloves.

5 5

Dope

These gloves are so sweet! I ride the east coast so I've used them in 12 degree weather and 35 degree weather; both cases I've been warm. They're super waterproof, keep a low profile and definitely warm. Get yourself a pair before they run out.

4 5

cool

just ordered these. haven't gotten them yet but they look pretty sick in the picture.

5 5

Great Gloves

I have used these gloves on many days where the temp is well below 0 and they have been nothing but great. Warmest gloves I have ever owned!!! Highly reccomended.

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1 5

Warm and waterproof, but how durable are they?

I bought these earlier this season to replace some older Dakine Gore-Tex gloves I've been rocking for a couple seasons. They're really comfortable gloves and fit great. They're super low profile, which made me wonder how warm they actually were, but I've had no issues with warmth so far this season (although I do recommend using a slim base glove on super cold days, like under 15 degrees). I've stayed super dry on wet days so far as well.Despite how great these gloves fit and perform on the mountain, they're starting to come apart after about 15 days on the mountain. A few of the seams on the fingers are starting to get tattered, and one of the palm seams is coming apart as well. I haven't completely busted through the seams yet so I'm still rocking these every day I go up, but I'm pretty disappointed with the quality (especially from Dakine). Maybe I'm looking at a warranty replacement?

UPDATE #1: I split a seam wide open on one of the fingers today on day 20. I'm hoping that it was just a bad batch and it's covered under warranty or something.

UPDATE #2: As my last update says, I had a finger seam split towards the end of last season. It ended up getting warrantied for a new pair. This SECOND pair completely exploded on me this weekend as well after about 15 days of riding. I am giving up on these gloves and lowering my rating to ONE star, due to the terrible durability. Time to step up to a quality brand like Hestra.

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Bummer to hear that! We offer a two year warranty on all gloves so hit up warranty@dakine.com or give em a call. Hope the next pair works better for you.

4 5

short glove

they keep my fingers pretty warm. they're nice.

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true, I find that even with the XL, they still tend to ride short (cuff smaller than wrist area). The zipper on the side of the cuff does not provide much hold.

4 5

Great Glove

First off the only reason they are not 5 star is because of the lack of a long cuff for an under glove (which is no longer a problem as I made a ninja guitar for my jacket). Other than that these gloves preform with the best of them. They are a replacement for my Burton Guide gloves that wore out in less than a full seasons use. I have used the Cobra in 36ºF rainy conditions for over 4hrs straight and my fingers did not prune nor were my hands too hot. I have also used in 20ºF and my fingers did not come close to being cold. They might not have some of the nice whistles of other gloves (goggle wipe and so on) but I am very happy with them to date and will likely be purchasing another pair. Highly recommended :D

UPDATE: Almost 2 seasons down and the only sign of wear is the soft thumb pad; it is starting to deteriorate. The rest of the glove (material and stitching) is holding strong! Still as waterproof as ever. DOWNSIDE.. my buddy has a pair of the new ones (main dif being the zip cuff v.s. my velcro cuff) and he hates em as they are hard to get on and when he manages to get the zipper to close, it does not stay closed. So I keep my 4 start for the older velcro version, but would give the new ones a 2/3 star.

5 5

Good Gloves

Great gloves, good fit still maintain a fair amount of dexterity. Warm but not the warmest, good for 15+ degree weather. All in all good gloves with great designs.