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Kiss cold fingers goodbye.
Remember your last gloves? You know, the ones that would freeze solid on icy days, leaving you rubbing them together like you're starting a fire on the lift. Well, the days of frozen fingers and icy-cold hands are gone the minute you slip into the luxurious warmth of the Dakine Women's Camino Glove.
Featuring a two-in-one design, the Camino features a removable stretch fleece liner paired with an outer shell that's insulated with high-loft synthetic fill. Pair the liner with the outer shell on the coldest days of the year or rock it as a standalone glove during sunny spring afternoons. As a bonus, the removable liner is touchscreen-compatible, meaning you can skip tracks and answer calls without freezing your fingers off.
Not only is the Camino extremely toasty, but it's also fully waterproof, courtesy of its DK Dry membrane. This means your hands will stay pleasantly dry in the deepest powder and wettest slush of the season. Providing ample grip, the Rubbertec palm comes in handy for dialing in your bindings and hanging onto your poles. There's even an internal pocket for tossing in a heat warmer when you're riding in the midst of Siberian-level cold fronts and icy Arctic blasts. And when you're suffering from a runny nose, the soft thumb wipe comes in handy for wiping your face without scratching sensitive skin.
- Luxuriously warm glove for all-season riding
- DK Dry membrane offers waterproof protection
- Two-in-one design with removable fleece glove
- Removable liner glove is touchscreen-compatible
- High loft synthetic insulation traps warmth
- Rubbertec palm provides plentiful grip
- Soft thumb for wiping nose and face
- Q & A
Does these have a wrist strap so they can hang off your wrists without loosing them?
Wife is happy!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
Bought these for the wife to go up to the mountains over the holidays. Very warm and never had any problems with moisture getting through even after 3 days of playing in the snow with the kids.