DaKine Crossfire Glove

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Nice lightweight glove for warm skiing or cool weather…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $15


Nice lightweight glove for warm skiing or cool weather biking.


  • Light
  • Sheds water
  • Bright colors


  • Thinner than I thought

This is a nice fitting light glove. I got the large, the size I normally wear in other glove brands and it fits right. It is fairly windproof and sheds light snow well. It has a nice sticky palm.

The glove works well for bike riding and warm skiing. It has a fairly good dexterity. The description of 150g of fleece on the inside seems pretty inaccurate it has a very very light lining inside. All in all a good glove for what it is.

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit DaKine's Crossfire Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Flash the Dakine Men's Crossfire Glove as you throw it down at the park. Part of the Dakine Method series of low-profile, performance-fit gloves, the Crossfire features a tough nylon shell with a DWR finish that repels water. The glove's precurved box finger construction makes it easy to execute a grab, and the durable Clarino synthetic palm won't shed when you get it right. A waterproof neoprene cuff seals out spring slush.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . Made of water-repellent nylon with soft lining, an articulated knuckle and a grippy palm, DaKineand#39;s Crossfire gloves offer low-profile weather protection that keeps hands comfortable without impeding dexterity. Available Colors: CHECKME, MONTEREY, RASTA, BLACK, BLOCKED, SNOWSTORM, RIPTIONARY, STADIUM, STRATA, OCTANE. Sizes: O/S, S, M, L, XL, XS.

- Sierra Trading Post

Its ok to be enticed by the graphics on the DaKine Crossfire Gloves because theyre SICK! Well, thats what one of the many patterns has written on the outside and its the truth. Whether jibbing in the park or boosting big air, these low profile performance gloves mean business. The synthetic suede on the palm is both comfortable and durable as it resists abrasion, while the silicone grip keeps fingers from slipping during attempted grabs. The pre-curved finger construction shapes the palm pattern to fit the hand in the relaxed position keeping the fingers warm and nimble. And dont be worried about the weather with the DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment because it will keep the elements away from your hands, even if youre spinning wildly through a storm.

- Altrec Outlet

For those park kids that just want minimal hand protection, pick the Dakine Crossfire Glove!

- CampSaver.com