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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
One thing is for sure.. they're well made. They look good too.. and that's about it when it comes to pros.
They're way too cold for even mild winter, way too hot for spring or fall. They get wet easily, just from sweating. It is said that the liner is made of wool and fleece, but the truth is it's just wool-like material with 49% wool content. In my opinion insulation does not work.
They were cheap, yes, but it's hard to tell what are they really made for. Definitely not for outdoors purposes.
+ Well made
+ Look nice
- NOT warm in a winter
- too hot in spring or fall
best glove to date
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
best glove Ive had for the 15 years of snowboarding.
This glove is great, it really fills a nice need as far as versus a lower profile glove on cold days. The materials that are used to make this glove are great. The leather is really nice and the gloves come prewaxed which is a nice feature. They are a really warm and you really can't beat them for the price. The other really good thing is that Dakine gloves really last and not in varying degrees, they hold up without stitches blowing out, palms ripping, etc. Dakine makes a great, great product, Nuff' said, buy 'em