Stay connected, not frozen.
Designed to be worn as a standalone piece come spring or as a liner in extra-chilly winter conditions, the Dakine Women's Storm Glove ensures versatility and adaptability. Not only that, but the Storm features touchscreen-compatible technology that assures you won't have to remove the glove in order to use your phone. That's right, these fleece gloves have tacky silicone palms that are touchscreen compatible, so you don't freeze your digits while you're trying to stay connected. And while it may not be the only glove you need, it's surely the glove you will wear every day of the season.
- Stretchy, liner glove offers tech-ready performance in the cold
- Fleece construction is breathable and offers subtle warmth
- Silicone gripper palm pattern holds mugs and leashes
- Touchscreen-compatibility keeps you connected in the cold
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- Q & A
Women's Dakine Storm Liner Glove
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I have abnormally small hands... like small child sized. Because of this, my whole life I have struggled to find adult gloves that are small enough to fit my hands without being too tight in the wrist and overall structure. However, these liners break the mold and meet all of my needs!
I bought the XS, and while there's still a cm or two of space at my finger tips, the wrist is not too tight. The glove's construction doesn't feel too tight, offering a nice all-way stretch. The liners have a silicone grip which is nice for driving and running errands on a cold day.
All in all, these liners have a nice flexible construction and the silicone grips make this a great option if you're looking for that all-around solid glove liner.
Great Liner but manufacturing glitch
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
These liners are perfect for hands that get cold. I was borrowing my daughter's that came with her new Dakine ski gloves. I ordered my own, but the wrists on the pair I received were way too tight. I compared them with my daughter's and it was clear they had made these standalone gloves wrists much smaller. The last thing you want is to cut off circulation on your wrists when trying to keep hands warm on cold ski days! Bummer. I am hoping to find these in a store so I can try on and make sure this was just a manufacturing glitch.
No-fuss liner gloves for touring and early morning dog-walking. Nice and smooth, and they don't inhibit your dexterity much. Would recommend!