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cozy

    these gloves are awesome!! when its a normal day the gloves are orgasmic. but when the mercury drops i have to put some liners on underneath. note: i have horrible hands and nothing can really keep them warm. but these gloves are perfect. totally worth my mom's money

    Great for park and inbounds skiing

      Been using these a lot lately. They've kept me dry and warm in temps between 0 and -10 C (32 - 15 F). The fit is nice and tight, and dexterity is about as good as it gets with gloves on, actually managed to use my cellphone with them on. In other words, perfect for park and inbounds skiing when it's not too cold.

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        okayy i just got my gloves in the mail today christmas eve i bought grenade gloves suck ball#@#ss they got wet in 2 seconds,, i bought the dakine gortex i just filled a bowl of water and put the glove in it for 30 seconds and didnt even get wet :))))))))) u can then shake the glove and all the water comes right off amazinglyy warm and keeps you dry best gloves everr for the price<3 BUY EMMM

        Great low profile park gloves

          I have used these gloves several times now in below 20 degree and above 32 degree weather, they are warm in colder temps and are fine for warmer park days (may be very warm on spring/summer days), true to size as far as all other gloves I've used (686, grenade, & foursquare) they look and feel great. I would recommend these to anyone looking for a low profile glove that can span the snowboarding season.

          Sweet Glove

            I wore these babies up at Crystal Mt (WA) last weekend during a pretty cold windy day, (~20 deg F). My hands stayed warm for most of the day, but near the end of the day they started to get a little cold. The gloves have a leather palm and once that got saturated there was definitely more heat loss/transfer through that area. The wet leather palm also wanted to stick to the metal on the chair lift and when I'd pull away it would leave a little of the leather behind. That minor issue aside, even with the palms being wet my hands stayed super dry for the whole day and given the amount insulation the glove has surprisingly warm. I'd say these gloves are best suited for days when its 25 deg F or warmer and they'll definitely be killer in the spring time. Overall a great purchase, I'm happy I bought them.

            Killer Glove

              I wore these babies up at Crystal Mt (WA) last weekend during a pretty cold windy day, (~20 deg F). My hands stayed warm for most of the day, but near the end of the day they started to get a little cold. The gloves have a leather palm and once that got saturated there was definitely more heat loss/transfer through that area. The wet leather palm also wanted to stick to the metal on the chair lift and when I'd pull away it would leave a little of the leather behind. That minor issue aside, even with the palms being wet my hands stayed super dry for the whole day and given the amount insulation the glove has surprisingly warm. I'd say these gloves are best suited for days when its 25 deg F or warmer and they'll definitely be killer in the spring time. Overall a great purchase, I'm happy I bought them.

              When will the 10-11 line come out cause...

              When will the 10-11 line come out cause im havin trouble finding just the 09 10 in a large...

              Anybody know if these would be decent for...

              Anybody know if these would be decent for colder days? Say between 15-20F degrees? Or would they be more suited for spring conditions?