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Dakine Scout Gloves


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Dakine Scout Gloves
3 out of 5 based on 1 user reviews.


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Review by shralper on Apr. 20, 2009
Decent, well-made glove for the price, especially at half price. Durable rubber palm/finger surfaces. Includes removeable fleece liners; they can be worn with or without the liners (for temperature versatility). Includes a mini-squeegie on the thumb; works great for clearing snow off your goggles after taking a faceplant. Sizes run a bit large, especially when wearing the gloves without the liners.
The liners are thin fleece (I was hoping they would be deep-pile type fleece). I prefer thick fleece, which in my experience, keeps your hands drier than even Goretex gloves. Also, the liners don't attach to the shell, which means you basically have to put on/take off two gloves.
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