DaKine Camino Mitt
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The Dakine Camino MItt is a great glove with a removable storm liner glove, nose wipe panels on the thumb, and an internal heat pack pocket.
You don't even think twice about heading out into frigid, blustery, snowy weather when you have the Dakine Women's Camino Mittens on your paws. Equipped with a waterproof DK Dry insert and Rubbertec palms, your hands stay extra dry and comfortable in wet, wintery weather while you gobble up face shots or lay arcs down groomers. High-loft synthetic insulation keeps your digits nice and cozy while internal heat-pack pockets turn the Caminos into mini-ovens on super-cold days. The removable liner gloves have touchscreen compatibility so you can take calls, text, or take photos without freezing your fingers.
Description of Dakine Camino Mitt - WomensDakine has been creating and designing quality goods since 1979.FeaturesInsert Hipora WaterproofInsulation High loft synthetic 140g 280gPalm Durable RubbertecFinsihed with DWR Durable Water Repellent treatmentLining 150g Tricot liningCuff Closure One hand cinch gauntlet
- US Outdoor Store
When you lose all feeling in your fingers, you call it a day no matter how good the snow is; or you at least take an hour off in the lodge to wrap your frozen hands around a hot cuppa cocoa. Ditch the wet gloves and make the switch to the warm, cozy comfort of the DaKine Women's Camino Mitts. These skiing and snowboarding mittens are made with durable outer shell fabric and a waterproof Hipora insert to keep your hands dry in Oregon slush or Utah powder. Insulated with high loft synthetic fill, these snow gloves also have an internal heat pack pocket for extra toasty warmth and removable fleece liners for faster drying time. The DaKine Camino Mittens have wrist gauntlets to seal out the snow whether youre clearing the snow off your windshield before the drive up to the mountain, chucking snowballs at your sweetie in the parking lot or (most importantly) enjoying a long epic day on the slopes.
- Altrec Outdoors