Dakine Men's Excursion Gore-Tex Short Gloves Steel Grey 2023
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The one bummer with beautiful, blower, low-density powder is that you just can't get it on a normal chilly day. The cold smoke that you dream about only comes with seriously low temps, and so it works out that just before the best mornings of your season, when you're waiting in line for the lifts to open on a huge day, you're going to have some chilly fingers. But when you can keep your fingers tucked away inside your Dakine Excursion GORE-TEX Short Gloves, you've got nothing to worry about. With 170g PrimaLoft Gold insulation, a soft wool blend liner, and the water stopping power of GORE-TEX, you know that your finger are in good hands. As an added bonus, these gloves have a slim ergonomic fit that looks and feels good, and the breathable properties of Gore Active Technology.
4 Way Stretch Soft Shell / Goat Leather with DWR Finish – 41% Goat Leather / 41% Nylon / 10% Polyester / 8% Elastane
GORE-TEX Waterproof/Breathable Membrane + Gore Active Technology – GORE-TEX active garments are designed for fast-paced, high-aerobic, done-in-a-day activities even in bad weather. They’re totally windproof, extremely breathable, can easily be packed away and come with the GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY™ promise. Plus they're super lightweight and soft, and have excellent next-to-skin comfort. So you can go fast, go high—and keep going.
PrimaLoft® Gold [170g] – Ultra-fine microfiber insulation with 55% post-consumer recycled content designed to provide the highest level of combined warmth, water resistance, softness and compressibility.
360g Wool Blend – 64% Wool / 20% Polyester / 16% Nylon
100% Goat Leather with DWR Finish – A unique tanning process infuses the leather with a waterproofing agent and compound dye yielding a superior leather for the ultimate in comfort and durability.
Cuff Closure – Adjustable Hook and Loop / Slip on Stretch to Fit
Warmth Index: 5 – Gloves and mitts are rated from 1 - 5 based on the amount of insulation and lining materials. Styles with a warmth rating of 1 are designed for warmer weather conditions or riders who require less insulation. At the other end of the spectrum, gloves or mitts with a rating of 5 are the warmest styles for the harshest conditions, and for those who need maximum warmth.