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Dakine Excursion Gore-Tex Gloves

Dakine Excursion Gore-Tex Gloves
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Description: Dakine Excursion Gore-Tex Gloves

The great looking design and amazing winter weather performance of the Dakine Excursion Gore-Tex Gloves for men keep you looking good on the slopes and your hand safe from the elements as you ride. With a DWR (durable water resistant) leather outer and a Gore-Tex membrane, these gloves provide waterproof breathable moisture protection, and with 170 grams of Primaloft insulation and a soft wool lining, even the iciest conditions in the mountains won't send you running for the lodge.

Key Features of Dakine Excursion Gore-Tex Gloves:
  • Insert: Gore Tex Waterproof / Breathable insert
  • Insulation: Primaloft [ 170g ]
  • Shell: Durable water repellent leather / 4 way stretch soft shell
  • Palm: Durable water repellent leather
  • Lining: 360g wool lining
  • Cuff Closure: Adjustable hook and loop

Excursion Gore-Tex

3.5 / 5.0
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very warm dry great price
these gloves are very warm true to size and you can't beat the price for gore TeX gloves. I was surprised to read on the tag the leather is goat skin. Soft supple and been out in -20 weather and didn't worry about my hands at all just my toes..I recommend these gloves as I have tried over 10 pairs of gloves in the last few years definitely the best I've used so far..only been out with them twice so I can't judge durability
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January 18, 2015
1 year ago
Pretty unimpressive
The gloves look good and fit well, but fall way short of needs or expectations when it comes to providing warmth. First time I wore them was on my motorcycle at about 40 degrees, hands were so cold I had to pull over within 5 miles. Second time was snowboarding in Colorado, mid 20s, hands were cold within minutes of being outside, before even making it to the chairlift. I could feel wind blowing into the gloves as well which seems weird for a glove with gore-tex. Tried glove liners which helped a tiny bit but significantly impacted my dexterity. They might be ok for temperatures above 30 degrees. I'm currently trying to sell them online so I can buy a new pair. Wouldn't recommend these gloves.
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December 30, 2014
1 year ago

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B I on Dec 7, 2014
birthday gift
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