Item # da6crf02sr13zz-dakine-snowboard-gloves
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Specs

Type:
  • Under Glove
  • Pipe Glove
Material: Nylon
Insulation: none
Waterproofing: DWR
Removable Liner:
  • No
Closure: Elastic
Goggle Wipe:
  • No
Gauntlet:
  • No
Recommended Use:
  • Daily Wear
  • Casual
  • Winter Wear
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Hiking
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

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 the 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 Gloves
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
cody c: cause my hands are cold but not too cold Mar 24, 2014
dan r: price Jan 2, 2014
Perry K: it was discounted and came in blue and green Dec 12, 2013
CHERYL B: Grandson's Christmas request! Dec 11, 2013
Jennifer T: Christmas present Dec 10, 2013
joshua s: Kid picked it Dec 8, 2013
Tyler P: Because its sweet, duh. Dec 7, 2013
Marilyn E: Grandson wanted black snowboard gloves. Dec 3, 2013
orville s: they are cheap and good gloves Dec 3, 2013
Kelli S: price Nov 23, 2013
B.J. P: I bought them last season and loved them for for early and late season Minnesota shredding! Oct 23, 2013
Matthew M: I needed cheap, high quality gloves Oct 16, 2013
Jonathan L: Duh Jul 13, 2013
A shopper asked: What temps can you run with these on while not feeling the cold in your fingers? Jan 30, 2014
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Felix P. P: 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 Jan 31, 2014
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Corey R: The lowest is probly 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Any colder you would definitely want something under them. They are pretty water proof tho which is a plus. Jan 31, 2014
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Michael G: They aren't good in cold weather. They also get wet really easily. They're comfortable and look good, but they aren't that useful. Jan 31, 2014
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Aleksej M: This gloves are one of the warmest I ever use. Material is strong and thick. High quality and low cost Jan 31, 2014
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