Item # dc6vet02ds13zz-dc-snowboard-gloves
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Specs

Type:
  • Pipe Glove
Material: 100% Polyester
Insulation: none
Waterproofing: water repellent
Removable Liner:
  • No
Closure: three layer stretch, slim-fit
Goggle Wipe:
  • No
  • nose wipe
Gauntlet:
  • No
Recommended Use:
  • Daily Wear
  • Casual
  • Winter Wear
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Hiking
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: DC Ventron Gloves

The DC Venron Gloves are sure to offer you a super fun way to keep your hands warm this winter. Made from a 100% polyester material, these gloves boast a nice three-layer stretch , and are made to be water repellant to keep your hands feeling dry throughout your snowball fights, shoveling, skiing, snowboarding, or just walking throughout the season! There is also a synthetic rubber thumb protector and a grippy palm coating to make sure you that you don’t lose your handle. No matter how action packed your winter is, the DC Venrons are sure to keep up in style!

Key Features of the DC Ventron Snowboard Gloves:
  • Pipe glove
  • 100% polyester

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DC Ventron Gloves
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jeremy C: Sale Jan 20, 2014
Hunter T: I like dc brand and like the design. Jan 18, 2014
Kurt D: they are sexy meow Jan 10, 2014
James B: always nice to have warm hands Dec 30, 2013
Drew D: good price and cool color. also lightweight and water repellant Dec 14, 2013
anqing y: color matches my electric goggle =) Dec 9, 2013
Mary H: Nice color Dec 8, 2013
Andrea H: Favorite color and matched my jacket Oct 25, 2013
A shopper asked: Are these regular pipe gloves or will i get my hands soaked? Dec 18, 2013
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Dustin M: Man I wore mine for both pipe and mtn riding and the only time my hands got cold is if the powder got in them . Other than that they are just fine Dec 18, 2013
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Michael L: I haven't had Abby issue with my hands getting wet, but I would leave then home cold days. I only use mine for late season riding. Dec 18, 2013
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bogdan v: They are not very water resistant, they get wet easy. They seem to be meant for warmer weather and not touching the snow much. Dec 18, 2013
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Jennifer S: They are very thin and they are not warm. You will get your hands soaked or frozen. Dec 18, 2013
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