Keeping you protected, no matter how far you go.
If you're going to get out there, you'll need to protect your hands, which is where the Dakine Excursion glove enters the picture. The four-way stretch fabric allows you to easily manipulate zippers, bindings, or goggles, and the tough-as-nails leather palm resists abrasion from rope tows and sharp edges. The Gore-Tex insert is guaranteed waterproof and breathable, which means you'll be dry and warm, instead of freezing and clammy. Speaking of which, 170-gram PrimaLoft insulation will keep you warm without overheating. Plus, the fixed wool liner retains heat even when it's sopping wet, and fights funky odors all season long.
- Gore-Tex guaranteed waterproof breathable insert
- PrimaLoft insulation (170g)
- Leather palm
- Four-way stretch soft shell
- Hook and loop low-profile cuff
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I wanted a pair of non-gauntlet gloves for cold Chicago winters, and the Excursions (with Dakine's highest rating for warmth) were on sale for $63. With temps in the low teens, my fingers were cold in less than 10 minutes while shoveling the driveway. Also, the leather in the grip is very thin. I snagged one of the fingers on something (didn't think much of it at the time) and discovered a tear that exposed the white inner glove.