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Add some warmth to your winter hand-wear with the DAKINE Storm Liner Gloves.

Stretch fleece material provides the DAKINE Storm Liner Gloves with a close fit for comfortable layering under your big waterproof winter shells. The Storm Liner gloves add warmth to your winter shells, and they can be worn alone for aerobic activities in chilly weather. DAKINE added a silicone print to these thin gloves to provide excellent grip unlike that of many other liner gloves.

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5 5

good liners

Nice fitting liners or great for cool days. Nice grip too. Wore them under my mittens while summitted Killimanjaro and kept my fingers warm

4 5

keepin those fingers warm

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got these for my wife to job in. we have had some real cold temps (10 to 15 degrees F) and these gloves have done the job.

5 5

extra warmth

I use mine as an extra liner when its real cold, and so far they work just great for that.

4 5

Works well

This liner works well. I use them primarily as a stand alone clove when touring (AT) for my accents. They keep me warm, used in 10 degree temps. The grip on the palm side has held up well. The softer parts that are exposed on the palm have balled up into little fleece beads after use gripping a pole, doesn't seem to sacrifice any warms or grip, but it does happen.

5 5


I bought the M in this glove. I am 6' and have an average sized hand. I love them for around town wear and for taking photos on the hill! They have grippy silicone on the palm and fingers that are also very functional.

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I lost mine! So sad, time to re-order!

4 5

Great Value

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Good glove liner for mittens or soemthing. I like the rubbery spider web grip. I feel like it will eventually start to come off however. I think these are winners. I normally get a small or med and a med fits me well.

4 5

Good buy

Work great for those warm spring days, or as an extra liner on those days when it dumps...but I wouldn't pay more than sale price of $10

5 5

Only used twice but VERY pleased

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I just recently ordered these gloves because the commute to and from work started to get very cold now that winter is approaching. These are great biking gloves for those cold mornings/evenings. They fit perfectly (I got the medium) and I love the grips.

The only issue I had was with the tag being placed awkwardly on the inside of the right wrist, as well as the seams coming together at the top of the thumbs. I'm sure that once I break them in a bit more that those issues will slowly fade.

Super stoked! Get these gloves if you're looking for the best bang for you buck!

5 5

Fit's true to size

Wear size 9 in hestra glv's,got these in med,fits perfect.Looks like a well made liner glv,if they last a year of heavy use i'll be happy.These are replacing a pair of backcountry brand liners that lasted 2 yrs of heavy use.

5 5


These things are great, Super comfortable, cozy, good grip, can change ipod with them on, great for liners, also good as sole gloves for jogging or driving. Best to hand wash and dry to make them last.

1 5

Worst liner glove!

I have used this glove for just a few weeks and after the first use, the glove was already pilling badly. OK, I thought, just cosmetic but now there is a hole on the top side of one of the thumbs (don't even know how it got there). These gloves are just not going to last the distance and I cannot recommend these in any way shape or form. I use them as a liner underneath my shell mittens but I think they will have to be retired to the sidelines as a back up pair.

5 5

Gotta have gloves

These gloves stay with me at all times during winter. Keeps hands warm for most colder days. Of course they are a liner so there is a point where you will have to put on another glove layer. Perfect liner glove. I wear these under the Dakine Charger Glove.

Unanswered Question

how do the liners work with touch screens,...

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how do the liners work with touch screens, like ipods and stuff?

Does this stretch fleece pill like normal...

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Does this stretch fleece pill like normal fleece?

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After a long time they do a little bit, not a lot, barely a pill factor, I've had two pairs and it it didn't do it enough to prevent me from getting a 2nd pair, great product.

5 5

Little more than a Liner

I gave 5-star for it being the perfect Liner glove.But you cannot use them as the only glove in extreme temperatures. I am using it now for running,driving and casual wear in the winter. They look awesome and stylish to wear and feel. For the price, its a fairly good buy!!!

4 5

Great glove, but be careful tearing off the tag...

This is a great glove. I bought it just as a light weight glove for casual wear and its perfect. Its very warm and the palm grip is a nice bonus. Im liking them so much I will probably end up using it for winter running and maybe even cross country skiing. But take note... they have a tag on the inside that is a little annoying but when I went to tear it out, it tore the seam. It was plenty easy to fix with a needle and thread but just be careful with it and you wont have to go to the trouble.

I am looking for a pair of gloves suitable...

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I am looking for a pair of gloves suitable for running and cycling in. I typically do my training in the morning before the sun comes up when the temps are in the upper 30s to lower 50s (I'm in FL). I would prefer something that is not too bulky and will cut down on wind. Is this a good choice, and if not, can you recommend something?

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The DAKINE Storm Liner Glove would be perfect for your specifications.
I use it for running, drving and casual wear in the winter.

5 5

Awesome Glove

Loved the grip and the way the glove fit. Just came back from a Kilimanjaro climb, and this glove was exactly what I needed until I reached Summit day, then it fit right into my heavier gloves. The fingers weren't constricted at any time, and the material and grip on the fingers allowed me to do anything I needed without taking them off.

5 5

Inexpensive Awesomeness

I love having a pair of grippy liners around, but I keep losing them... They are great for cold days around town or warm spring skiing. It was 50 in Park City today, I wore these skiing and it was prefect. Why spend more when all you need is some fleece liners with a grippy palm?

5 5

dakine rocks

You really can't go wrong w/a dakine glove, what can I say except that they are gigantic! I come from the little people and they proclaim that I should have gone with the xs. They are toasty. A+

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