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Dakine Crossfire Gloves

Dakine Crossfire Gloves
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Description: Dakine Crossfire Gloves

Whether your hands are cold because you're shoveling snow after a nasty snow storm, or you simply need something to keep your hands warm while you drive, the Dakine Crossfire Gloves has got you covered! The gloves feature no insert or insulation, perfect for when you're driving in the cold so your hands don't get too warm. The gloves also feature Clarino Synthetic suede palms, perfect for gripping the steering wheel or gripping that shovel when you're digging out your driveway!

Key Features of Dakine Crossfire Gloves:
  • Insert: None
  • Insulation: None
  • Palm: Synthetic suede with silicone grip
  • Shell: Nylon / Poly with DWR treatment
  • Lining: 150g Tricot
  • Cuff Closure: Slip On
  • Nose wipe thumb panels


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Dakine Crossfire
I actually used these gloves last winter all winter for construction work I worked outside in - 30 degree weather that's no BS and they worked great
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October 26, 2014
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To wear when its cold outside
Jake K on Nov 29, 2015
cause my hands are cold but not too cold
cody c on Mar 24, 2014
quality and price
Steve S on Feb 22, 2015
dan r on Jan 2, 2014
What temps can you run with these on while not feeling the cold in your fingers?
A shopper on Jan 30, 2014
Best Answer: They are a little lighter weight so you most likely want something heavier or a liner for probably 25 degrees or below or your fingertips will start to get kind of cold
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water proof?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2015
Best Answer: These gloves do feature a water resistant coating. They will be ideal for moderate winter temperatures and moderate to dry snow. Basically they would not be great in sloppy spring snow.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Dec 14, 2015
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