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What you need for the park. Nada mas.

The DAKINE Crossfire Gloves—because if you’re just making laps in the park, you don’t need to break the bank on over-techy gloves. A sticky silicone print on the synthetic suede palms helps you hold that grab on your corked-out five, while Weathershield shell material and a neoprene cuff keep out the wetness when you land in the powder.

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5 5

Great gloves

I think these gloves are great. Easy on and off, keep my hands warm and dry. I even wear them when I ride my motorcycle on cold mornings. Of course these gloves aren't for the arctic, they're like park gloves. But they work great if you're boardin in Southern California or North East.

i'm confused about the measuring is it...

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i'm confused about the measuring is it from the bottom of your hand across to the base of your pointer finger

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Measure the hand cirumference around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb. Just below the base of your fingers. That will give you the correct measurement.

4 5

fit a bit small

i have had dakine gloves before and they were mediums and a bit loose, so i got these in medium and i could barely fit my hands in. got a size up and they are sick, but if you have any question about the fit go larger

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I got these and also found them to be tight, or at least narrow, length wise was ok.

4 5

It's a park glove

they arent supposed to be that warm

4 5

decent

I got the art crimes and they look sick. My hands don't get cold as it is so they are perfect even though they aren't the warmest gloves.

1 5

Dakine...you dissapoint..

I bought these last year, they look amazing..I had the red bandana ones, lots of compliments..but just wait till you get those really cold/ really wet days, you will want to rip your hands off, people try my gloves on and are surprised at how cold and wet they get..they dont retain any heat whatsoever.. and after a couple weeks of riding, all of the graphics were falling off..and they got really gross, I'm an instructor and these gloves just did not hold up. next.