To the trees.
Keep your hands warm while you ride through trees in search of untouched pow stashes with the Dakine Women's Sienna Glove. This durable glove looks and feels at home deep in the snow, with a DK Dry insert offering waterproof protection, and high-loft insulation working with a fleece pile lining to generate breathable warmth throughout the winter. Touchscreen-compatible tips let you snap shred shots with your smartphone, and the hook-and-loop undercuff locks the door on snow and cold.
- Shield your hands without overheating in this versatile glove
- Synthetic insulation generates warmth when you're working hard
- Waterproof exterior keeps your hands dry all day
- Touchscreen-compatible fingertips are friendly to your phone
- Nose wipe gently stops drips when you forget tissues
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- Q & A
Nice Lightweight Gloves
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
I bought these gloves for a ski trip in CO. While I was skiing the temperature was in the 20s with minimal wind. I feel and had my hands in the snow a couple of times, but otherwise my hands were just exposed to the air/wind.
These gloves generally kept my hands nice and warm - there were a couple of times when my fingers got cold but they warmed back up if I moved them around for a minute or two. I didn't have any trouble with the gloves soaking through, but I also didn't get them wet very much so I can't speak to the waterproofing with much authority.
On the sizing, I have pretty long fingers but my hands aren't very wide. I ordered the size large; they felt a little roomy but stayed on fine with the adjustable velcro at the wrists, and the fingers were just the right length.
Overall I was definitely pleased with these gloves - they fit my purposes at a very reasonable price. And the Tillyjane print is really pretty too!
Good light duty winter/snow gloves
Waterproof, insulated, and touch screen tips make this a great light duty glove for warmth and snow. Not crazy high quality but that's ok because they're not meant for technical use