DaKine Men's Scout Short Gloves
If youre looking for a little less bulk without sacrificing technology, then the DaKine Scout Short Gloves are committed to meeting your needs. They are the shorter version of the DaKine Scout glove and mitt because theyre meant to slide under your jacket for streamlined perfection while you catch big air or race your buddies on the get-back. The inserts have Hipora waterproof technology that uses a unique polyurethane film technology to maximize value and comfort while it blocks water from the outside, keeping hands cozy and dry on the inside. You can have it all with one glove and still leave money in the savings account for a rainy day. At least youll know your hands wont get wet.
- Material: Shell: Nylon/polyester with DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment
- Insert: Hipora® waterproof
- Removable 4 x 4 stretch 280 g fleece liner glove
- Lining: 150 g tricot
- Insulation: High loft synthetic 140 g, 280g
- Palm: Rubbertec
- Cuff Closure: Adjustable hook and loop
- Nose and goggle wipe thumb panels
Purchase the DaKine Scout Short Gloves for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 2 2010
the lining glove is a little big when worn alone but is not an issue when worn with the mitt
- February 2 2010
Good gloves for the price. The size runs a little small though. I can fit the outer shell on but cannot fit the liner with the shell. Get a size bigger, especially if you plan on wearing wrist guards.
- December 10 2009
Great glove! The liner size seems too larger than glove size
This is a great glove and absolutely will keep your hands warm even standing alone without the liner. The only thing I'm not in love with is the size difference in the actual glove and the liner. The liner alone is too large for me to wear, even though it fits in the glove well and the shell fits me. Maybe I just have weird hands but I figured I would share.
- January 18 2010
not as warm between 10-30 degrees F
I was expecting a warm glove being it includes liners but my fingertips were FREEZING in the above temperatures; and this includes walking, standing and riding a bicycle.