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You eat saltines with free condiments on them for lunch, sleep on floors whenever you can, and have a jacket that's mostly made of tape, so the Dakine Omega Glove's right up your alley. It might leave your wallet pretty well alone, but it still rocks a DK Dry waterproof membrane, soft fleece lining, and synthetic insulation to keep your mitts warm and dry, and has a nose-wipe panel and touchscreen-compatible fingertips to keep your selfie game on point.

  • Nylon and polyester fabric with DWR coating
  • Rubbertec palm
  • DK Dry waterproof membrane
  • Fleece lining
  • Synthetic insulation
  • Thumb nose-wipe panel
  • Zipper cuff
  • Touch-screen compatible

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5 5

Awesome gloves.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Warm, dexterous, and stylish, the Dakine Omega exceeded my expectations, especially considering their cheap price. I've tested these out on warm, sunny days and colder, snowy days. My hands were warm, dry, and never too sweaty or clammy, meaning these are great for a wide variety of conditions. Plus, their swank style keeps your digits wrapped in cool looks.

4 5

Great features for the price!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My hands are exactly 7.5", and the mediums (7.5" - 8.5") run just a little too large. The zip on the side does little to cinch them onto your wrist. My hands got cold wearing these below 32F, but they get cold easily, so take that observation with a grain of salt.
The materials, construction and waterproofing all appear good quality, and the touch sensitive fingertips work great for taking photos on a nice day!
Overall, good quality for the price, but probably won't hold up to mid-winter wear in the North.