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Giddy up.

The DAKINE Men's Mustang Gloves just keeps coming back for more. Durafuse leather, corded nylon Flextough panels, and waterproof neoprene cuffs give the Mustang Gloves the dexterity and durability you need for charging hard, season after season. So slip your paws into the fixed fleece lining of these freestyle gloves, zip the short gauntlet closed, and tear the park a new one.

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3 5

Falls apart easily

If you ride hard, I wouldn't go with these gloves. Working at a ski shop, we'd always get customers coming back with these ripped to shreds. My boyfriend had a pair of these and by the end of one season, all this finger tips were covered in duct tape. He was always constantly have to keep them by heaters and dryers always in between sessions or at the end of the day. It seems like the general consensus is that they are great at first, but don't last long enough for it to be worth it.

3 5

like'em but they fell apart!

I bought these about 10 months ago in NZ and used them for around 7weeks (live in ireland). on both hands, the leather on 2 of the fingers and the thumbs are completely shredded, for about half the fingers in question only the liner is left! maybe i wore them to death but i think they should last a bit longer than that.
The stiching in the seams on them are gone by the Dakine logo aswell. I found that they got VERY wet and on cold days the glove froze to the extent that i couldnt bend my fingers!
For some reason i would buy them again because i actually really liked them - more a spring glove - but was dissapointed by how they fell apart.

Does anyone know if they would still be covered under warranty since its still less than a year old?

5 5

love them

i wear these gloves just about every day unless its really cold. they are thinner like park gloves but still stay warm. i love the leather, it looks good and it hasnt ripped or anything. i have worn them about 25 times and as they get broken in they just get more comfortable

5 5

excellent glove

these are by far my favorite pair of gloves, my hands sweat easily in the thicker gloves but not in these they are perfect and the leather kicks the cold weather to the curb.

4 5

good all around gloves

the gloves are made for blue bird days. dont wear them when it's snowing or when it's really cold.

3 5

Good glove, for spring conditions

This glove is a good spring conditions glove, its not warm. I say if you want to wear it during the winter season, wear a liner underneath. Overall it is a quality glove, some people have issues with it zipping up all the way, but it should zip up all the way. other than that, great for a park glove or spring conditions.

2 5

Cccold!!!

I ordered these and wore them a few times. I was rocking them in -10 degree (Celsius) conditions and my hands were frozen! Seems like these Mustangs are more like Ponies. They offer little more insulation than football gloves. Look great, but I advise that you try not to use them in cold conditions.

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-10 C?? Wearing these gloves? Someone should kick him in the ball sack

5 5

good riding gloves

fit well and were very warm for my first 5 days riding. one was on a very windy day at Mammoth and my hands stayed nice and warm. worth every penny so far

4 5

Good Fit, Seem Warm

I tried these out for the first time last weekend, it was in the 30's spectating at a football game. Kept my hands really warm for being so thin and lightweight. Snug fit on the wrist is nice, and the length is perfect to keep out of wind. Only complaint is that i was starting to get a little damp inside after about 4 hours, but again, it wasn't that cold, and my hands usually don't get too cold.