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When you need some good gloves to keep your hands warm, look no farther than the Dakine Scout Short Gloves! Made from flextough corded nylon, these gloves will ensure you stay warm and they are durable enough to handle whatever you throw at it! Featuring hipora waterproofing, making the Scout Short Gloves a great choice to wear during sports out in the snow or even for casual use when the waterproofing may come in handy! Grab a pair today!
Great glove. The liners in these are warm on their own. Haven't ridden with them yet but have used them for other snow related activities, I can't wait to see how these hold up with my riding style.
There are 2 holes in my fingertip area of the gloves and I can't use them anymore since they are not waterproof. Before I got the holes, it was great, but it lasted only like 10 days for me...
There are 2 holes in my fingertip area of the gloves and I can't use them anymore since they are not waterproof. Before I got the holes, it was great, but it lasted my only like 10 days for me...
These gloves are plenty warm without liners, the goggle and nose wipe will come in handy. Don't use the size chart because I should have been a small, but I got a large and it fits fine. Overall a great glove.
These gloves are plenty warm without liners, the goggle and nose wipe will come in handy. Dont use the size chart because I should have been a small, but I got a large and it fits fine. overall a great glove.
I was lucky to use these for a day because I forgot to pack my gloves for a day of shredding. My friend had these as back ups so he let me try them out. Dexterity is plus with these I feel like I could almost do anything I would with out gloves on because they also have a little stretch in them to make them not restrictive.
These gloves seemed like a good purchase until about my 30th day riding in them. They are plenty warm for just about any temperature and they fit quite comfortably, but the durability just isnt there. I ride mostly east coast hard pack and manmade snow. After a bit of dragging on the rough surface they began to come apart around the finger seams. They are still usable but ill be buying something else soon, moisture is starting to get in through the fingers. Wouldnt buy these again.
Bought these this weekend because my Burton GoreTex were getting holes after only one season of light use. Wore these on an 18 degree day without the removable fleece liner and my hands still stayed warm and dry. My hands usually sweat in gloves, but not in these. They fit true to size with my previous gloves. I think I have found a new favorite, and well worth paying full price at an on-hill shop.
Super warm glove especially with the liner on. I love the short version because it it easy to get the gloves in my sleeves when I'm all bundled up. I just don't like the drawstrings; it gets in the way of things when I need access to taking them on/off (although, I do appreciate that they are there so that I can have them around my wrist and not lose them when I take my gloves off). The liner gets flimsy overtime; they get looser the more you use it. I'm thinking of getting new liners because the ones I have now is starting to fit weird.
I bought a pair of Scouts three years back, and unfortunately left them too close to my fireplace and one of them melted on the fingers. Without question I went and purchased another pair. These gloves are champs. I rode about 70 times with my last pair and they never tore or lost stitching anywhere. I use the goggle wipe daily as well. Way to go Dakine!
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