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DAKINE Titan Mitten

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    Your steadfast ally in the fight against frostbite.

    On the coldest days of winter, reach for your trusty Dakine Titan mittens and know that your fingers will still be there when you get back inside. The generous 350g insulation keeps your digits toasty, and they'll stay dry thanks to the waterproof, breathable Gore Tex insert. There's a tacky Rubbertec palm for tweaked grabs, plus the removable glove liner is smartphone-compatible, so answering phone calls won't mean begging for frostbite. When the mercury dips below zero, you'll appreciate the zippered stash pockets, which make a perfect home for heat packs. Sure, it's cold enough to drive everyone back into the lodge, but those powder stashes aren't going to rip themselves.

    • Gore Tex waterproof breathable insert
    • High loft synthetic insulation
    • Rubbertec palm
    • DWR coated shell
    • Removable smartphone-compatible glove liner
    • Gauntlet cuff
    • Item #DAK3611

    Tech Specs

    Material
    synthetic
    Waterproofing
    Gore-Tex
    Insulation
    350g high-loft synthetic
    Removable Liner
    yes, touch screen compatible
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 year limited

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    Very Warm

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Due to health issues (and my age) I am prone to cold fingers and toes when skiing in Maine. I got these mittens toward the end of the ski season, but had immediate benefits. I no longer had to use hand warmers in my mittens to stay comfortable. The goggle squeegee and nose swipes on the thumbs are just added benefits.

    I believe this is a mitten for men

      I spoke with customer service and compared the Sequoia Dakine mitten to this Titan mitten. It was suggested that the Titan would be best for high altitude climbing. So I ordered according to their sizing chart and it was huge!! I was in an outdoor store yesterday and found both gloves; the Sequoia is labeled "womens", and the materials on the label match exactly with the Titan. So, I have to return the Titan. I decided to go with the OR Meteor Mitts; they have fleece liner mittens which pull back for exposure of fingers only when you need dexterity, and they are very easy to turn inside out to dry. The Titans were difficult to turn inside out, but I will miss the nose wipe and goggle squeegee.

      Disappointed in back country assistance

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

      I have large hands and find it difficult to get gloves or mittens large enough. I told the snowboard expert at back country that the only glove I had found that fits is a Hestra heli glove size 13 but need to get a mitten for the real cold days could he recommend something because kestra only makes up to a size 12 that I have tried and was too small. He recommend XXL titan gore-tex mitten he was apparently just guessing because of the XXL size listing . I could get my hand inside without the linner but could not move my hand and could not even get my hand in with the supplied linner. It looks like it would be a good mitten if you can get it on. The return policy is good but I would rather not have to pay $6.95 to try on a pair of gloves or mittens.

      LOVE

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This mitt is amazing, especially for the price. Love that it comes with liners, small pockets for important things like ski passes, keys, money, etc. The rubber squeegee comes in clutch on wet springs days. And have I mentioned they are super warm?

      warm and comfortable

        These are terrific. The liners are typical and so if they get wet, they could be a problem ( don't wear them without the outer mittens). That said, they didn't get wet at all when the mitten was over them. These are really warm and the zipper pouch for the hand warmers is a thoughtful touch. Also, the lashing/tensioning straps are helpful in keeping out unwanted snow. Nice.

        Best gloves I've had

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Bought these - or perhaps their previous model - a few years ago. I I got frostbite as a kid because I dodnt want to stop skiing to take a break inside - constantly have cold hands ever since then. I've tried many gloves - these are the best. Recently skiing in -20F and had warm hands all day. Asides from being warm, they are just well designed.

        Good for cold weather.

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Got these for skiing when the temps drop below 20. Do the job and the squeegee on the thumb is a nice addition when ice/snow is building up. They come with high quality liners but I found it difficult to use them with the mittens with ski poles.

        Warm as HELL!!!

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        I suffer from PCDS (Perpetually Chilly Digit Syndrome). Okay, so maybe that's a real thing but my fingers sure do get cold. Not any more thanks to these mittens! Today was -19 with the wind chill and my hands were getting sweaty with the liners and mittens worn together. Awesome and warm mitten at a great price. Bought these because the $190 I spent on Hestra's 3 finger Seth Morrison pro model wasn't worth crap on cold days. You cannot go wrong with these if you are looking to truly keep your hands nice and toasty.

        BEST MITT FOR PRICE!!!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        These mitts are perfect for days where your thermometer won't work. I have used these for an entirety of winter season in Taos NM and they work perfectly. From temperatures of -5 to 25 these mitts will keep my hands dry and warm all day without handwarmers. My hands get ridiculously cold too I have tried the titan glove and it will go down to about 25, but this mitt outperformes every glove and mitt I have had with a reasonable price. The gore tex keeps you dry and regulates temperatures and the imsulation is not too bulky. It's easy to geto both on and off, but the over jacket cuff keeps all snow from getting in ever. Pound for pound possibly the best mitts on market and I would recomend them to anybody

        Must have snowboarding mitt!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I just bought a second pair to replace my old Titan Mitts. These were my go to mitts for 2-3 seasons of snowboarding. I liked that the gauntlet was pretty large to fit over my sleeve, idiot straps, Gore Tex membrane, the nose wipe on the right thumb, goggle squeegee on the left and the price point. The mitts will wear out, especially if you do a lot of tricks/grabs, but for $65 it's a steal for Gore-Tex mitts. Plus, there is a 2 year warranty you can cash in on to get your next pair! I've used these all over, but most rencently in the Chugach Backcountry [AK] where it's very damp. The Titan Mittens kept my hands warm and dry all day.

        Must have snowboarding mitt!

        Dakine Titan Mitten

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        The Dakine Titan Mitten is a 5 Star product which keeps your hands warm and dry in freezing temperatures and for long periods of time. I used these in the snowstorms of February & March in New Hampshire in 2014.

        Great glove!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I wear these every day walking to work and they've also proven themselves for chilly snow exploring.

        Waterproofing is solid and liner gloves are really useful for grabbing keys, phone, pulling zippers.

        I love these gloves! Just bought a pair for a buddy.

        A good moderate mitten.

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size

        I say moderate for two reasons. They are not the warmest when you dip into 20 and below temps. Also, if its above 34ish and you've got wetter snow, they are not the driest either. For those reasons they are my "goldie locks" mitten. Perks are a nice and high snow cuff that does a great job. You also have the nice microsuede exterior on the thumb to take care of a runny nose or even wipe any snow or water drops off your goggle lens. I've had my pair (pre glove liner) for 2 years now. I upgraded some time ago to a aftermarket glove liner just so I can use my fingers on the lift while keeping them covered from the elements. They dry fast and have held up for two years now. No tears or failures.

        Not as good as they used to be...

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I bought a pair of the Titan mittens 2 years ago. Great price for a Gore-Tex liner mitten. My fingers get a little chilly up here in the Northern Rockies but these mittens were the first ones to fix that. They held up good enough so I figured I would get the fresh colors for this year. When they arrived I thought they sent me the wrong liners. They switched from being a mitten liner to a normal glove liner! I'm buying a mitten so that my fingers are together to stay warm so I was not very happy to find the glove liners. Thinking about sending them back, I bought a pair of Hestra Heli mitts on SAC. Now those are some mittens!

        Not as good as they used to be...

        Sigh.. they could have been great..

          My boyfriend had these, but never used them because he thought mittens were cheesy-looking or whatever the reason. When he finally lost his gloves and had to use these last minute, it changed his mind forever. He raved on how much warmer his hands were and what a difference it was compared to gloves. Not only are the mitts insulated and GoreTex waterproof, they come with a removable mitt fleece liner. There is a goggle sqee-gee on one hand, zip pockets for hand warmers, and a little goggle wipe that comes in one of the zip pockets. Despite all those features and the cost, these barely made it through a season and by the end his mittens were wrapped in duct tape.. but they did make him a believer in mittens!

          Holy Awesome Mitt, Batman

            I'd never bought any snowboarding equipment online before, so I didn't know what to expect. I bought these mitts on sale, and would now likely pay the full price for them, as they are excellent build quality. The stitching on the mitts are tight and strong, and the fittings are all great. I was worried my hands would be too small for the "large" size, (I usually wear a medium) but they weren't. They fit wonderfully! Just go by the sizing chart they provide online. When I opened the package and put my hand in the gloves, I was surprised to feel soft fleece, as I thought that's what the inner liners would be for. I thought the mitts would just be a shell, but they are indeed a complete mitt, with great insulation and nice dexterity. The inner liners included are a good quality, soft fleecy goretex mitten shaped liner, with some grip on the palm. And even without using the liners, these mitts are very warm. With the liner? You're talking Mr. Heat Miser! And that is precisely what you want when you board in the awesome, yet super cold Salt Lake Mountains. I'm not worried about the cold anymore, which will make for a nice season of comfortable boarding. The mitts themselves have a nylon waterproof outer shell, including a zipper for hand-warmers (I don't think I'll ever use them), a tough grip material on the palm, a soft velvet patch for wiping your shnoz on the thumb of the right mitt, and a plastic goggle scraper on the thumb of the left mitt. The powder skirt at the end of the mitt is a thinner material for going over your jacket and cinching tight with the elastic pull tab. They thought of everything. The inside of the mitt (without the liner inside) is a medium-thick fleece insulation and is very pleasant against the skin. With the liner, your hand feels snug, supported, and very warm with the doubled amount of insulation. I LOVE everything about these gloves, and I have no doubt they will last years to come. I'm recommending them to anyone who boards (I'll let the skiers freeze).

            Pretty cool mitts

              Got'em on SAC for half price. They appear to be well made. I needed a cheap pair and quick. These will do the trick, especially for $30. Seem a bit on the small side though. I sized up to an XL so I could layer gloves under the shell if i wanted to. I'm glad i did. they are tighter than i would have expected. also, the shells seem to have a bit of insulation in them which would be good for not so cold temps.

              Do these have a wrist leash?

              Do these have a wrist leash?

              I really wanted a wrist leash as well, but couldn't turn down these gloves b/c of the great deal. For just a few bucks, I bought these as a cheap alternative. Works well enough .... http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001TKYMTA/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A17MC6HOH9AVE6