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DAKINE Scout Glove

$44.95

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    Ready for whatever weather rolls its way.

    The DAKINE Scout Glove keeps warmth and comfort locked in all-season long. From first snowfall to spring slush, the Scout allows for customizatiable warmth thanks to the included removable stretch-fleece liner. And as far as staying dry goes, the PU membrane is certified waterproof and windproof to keep you going all day without getting soaked. 

    • Polyurethane membrane provides crucial windproof and waterproof functionality while upholding exceptional breathability
    • DWR treatment on the glove's exterior causes moisture to bead up and roll off before you know it's there
    • Included removable 280-gram 4-way stretch fleece glove bolsters warmth for the coldest days
    • Rubbertec palm provides a no-nonsense non-slip grip for manhandling mean method grabs
    • 150-gram tricot lining in the glove provides the next-to-skin comfort you need when you're not using the included glove liner
    • Extended length cuff can be worn over or under your sleeve's cuff
    • Nose wipe suede thumb panels wipe the sniffles away without rubbing your face raw
    • Item #DAK3227

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] nylon, [shell] polyester, [palm] RubberTec, [lining ] 140g tricot, [removable glove liner ] 280g 4-way stretch fleece
    Waterproofing
    polyurethane insert
    Insulation
    140g high-loft synthetic, 280g high-loft synthetic
    Removable Liner
    yes, stretch fleece (280g)
    Closure
    pull-tab, drawcord
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years limited

    Tech Specs

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    Perfect fit and the liners are awesome

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I was worried these would be too big but they fit just fine and I got a large for normal to small hands and I couldn't be happier. GREAT gloves for the money the liners are great for texting or using my cell phone for important deals and the gloves seem to be of great quality. I am very pleased.

    Two-For-One Glove

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    I got these for my dad as a gift, and his favorite part about them is the removable liner that comes with them. He uses the liner alone around town and to golf on the colder days, and for days on the slopes uses them both. So far they have held up great and kept his hands warm. Yes, there are better gloves on the market when it comes to warmth and durability, but for the price point these are a solid glove and the removable liner is a nice feature.

    Spend more for a better glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This glove was Okay, kinda kept my hands warm but then they completely fell apart on me. the seams on the inside tore apart and it was a joke trying to work with Dakine to get them under a Warranty. You get what you pay for, spend some extra money to get a better glove.

    great value starter glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    this is NOT your burly, back country, slay anything glove. but for someone getting into snow sports looking for an all purpose glove with good looks, this is it. it's waterproof unless the weather is real foul, it's got decent dexterity, and the removeable liners allow you to adjust the insulation through a range of temperatures. the durability is appropriate for the price point; the rubbertec will wear at points after you've taken enough spills.



    if you're hard on your gloves and serious about playing, you need to upgrade to some goatskin leather, brand name waterproof/breathable membrane big boy gloves. but if you are looking for one glove to get you through a winter of snowball fights, driveway shoveling, and a few days in bounds, you can't beat this value.

    Solidly decent.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've taken a couple spills with these gloves and kept the snow out fairly well. I got the correct size but in temps below 15 or so, my fingers get numb after a bit. There is enough room in the palm to sneak a hand warmer for the cold days so thats not a big deal. The snot pad on the thumb is decent. My only real/semi complaint is the finger insulation properties. This is my main glove for what that is worth.

    Love them

      I've been using these gloves for about 2 months now and they are just awesome. I've used these on warm days/really really cold days and I have yet had to break out the lines.. The waterproofing is good, the size is good. Just all around a great pair of gloves.

      the best value

        for $45 this glove cant be beat. it is waterproof on the back and has a durable waterproof palm. The shell is really enough for most days and the liner is great for wearing around by itself, i even use it as a running glove. the liner is articulate enough that i can even text on the lift, so i dont have to expose my hands to the cold. it definately runs small though. i followed the sizing chart, bought medium, and had to return it for a large. I was about to swap it for a bigger glove when i realized that it wouldnt really be possible for me to size up, its just too tight across the back of the hand. I do not recomend this for skiers though. With the liner it it feels snug on the hand in a relaxed position but when you bend your fingers (to grasp a pole) it feels like its pulled way to tight across the back of the hand, especially the knuckles. im afraid after alot of use some seams on the back of the fingers will pull out. its slightly uncomfortable, but i get used to it. im sure its fine for any snowboarders who leave their hands in a relaxed position as they ride. other than the tighteness on the back of the hnad, its one of the best gloves ive had

        does its job sometimes

          it does not insulate very well. my fingers still freeze while wearing it, especially when i get on the ski lift, the wind seems to be going through it. Also, when holding on to the lift's metal bar, the coldness from the metal is transferred into your hands. The palm area also freezes up when you touch the snow. the liner is great.

          Great Gloves, But Weird Sizing?

            Absolutely love everything about these gloves except for the fit. I have pretty average adult male sized hands (at least I'd like to think). I can't grip a basketball so I didn't think tht I'd need a size XL glove, but the Scouts that I ordered in size Large are tight to the point they're not confortable (and that's without the liners on).

            I've seen people here reviewing that you should order a size down, but from my experience I say order a size larger! Not sure if Dakine changed their sizing, but that was my experience at least.

            Other than that, I LOVE these gloves. Nebraska winters are known for snow - not pretty snow that falls straight from the sky, but blizzard conditions with 30-40 mile hour winds common. These are the only gloves that I've found in the under-$100 price range that have effectively kept me warm. North Face, Serius, and other brand gloves have failed at this. It also passes the water test as I've held these under the sink for a few minutes without getting my hands wet. That's good enough glove for me.