Join the fight with warm, mobile hands.
Prepare for a season-long war with the cold by pulling on your Danny Kass’s signature three-finger Grenade DK Trigger Mittens, and then advance into the snowy battle grounds. The leather palm enables you to get a firm grip on your winter weapon whenever necessary, and the three-finger design pairs your fingers together for increased warmth. In contrast to mittens, the DK Trigger still provides enough dexterity to adjust your boots, bindings, and jacket as you comb the mountain looking for more slayable snow. When the temperature drops like an H-bomb , cram a hand warmer into the backhand snap pocket, and continue your on-snow assault without suffering any extremity casualties.
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not for REALLY cold days, but nice
My twin tip skier teen son really wanted these for Christmas and thought they just looked so cool. But we were looking for a warmer mitten for a trip to Montanna and we learned you can't judge that by a picture...so we ordered a total of 6 different men's mitts after these arrived and decided that the Dakine Rovers in Granite were the winner. The trigger's pocket is too low. Needs to be over the fingers not the palm. Returning all the other gloves. We just wish the new Dakine Rover's had a zip pocket over the fingers for a handwarmer or to unzip on warmer days to make the mitts more versatile.These Trigger's were very nice but would be a little thin on the insulation side on days more than a few degrees below freezing.-Parr Mom
..//Owned a few pairs,, not anymore//..
..//these gloves used to be cool back when DannyKass first came out with them,, owned a few pairs,, mixed and matched,, but the bottom line is,, ur gloves are gonna get soaked on wet days and be cold for sure,, the tips of your fingers are gonna start to wear away from strappin' in your binders, etc.. it's cool on nice sunny dry days,, but again,, wear and tear will fade away,, FAST,, givin' 3*'s cuz i still think DK is dope and support his company..//