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Manufacturer's Description

Visit DaKine's Rover Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Dakine Rover GloveDakine has been creating and designing quality goods since 1979.FeaturesGore-texInsert Gore Tex Waterproof BreathableInsulation Primaloft 170g280gPalm Durable water repellent leatherFinished with DWR Durable Water Repellent treatmentLining 150g TricotCuff Closure One hand cinch gauntletNose and goggle wipe thumb panelsOver the cuff design

- US Outdoor Store

Insert: Gore Tex® Waterproof / Breathable Insulation: Primaloft® [ 280g ] Palm: Durable water repellent leather Finished with DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment Lining: 150g Tricot Cuff Closure: One hand cinch gauntlet Over the Cuff design Nose and goggle wipe thumb panels

- Teton Village Sports

The Dakine Rover glove shrugs off winter's worst weather to keep you shredding with a smile on your face. Arctic blasts ain't no thing, thanks to a generous 170 grams of PrimaLoft insulation. The Gore-Tex guaranteed waterproof breathable membrane blocks out moisture, while allowing your sweat to escape, doubling your dryness. There's a bombproof leather palm, which holds up to rope tows and sharp edges, and it breaks in nicely, so it'll only get better with age. The shell is built from four-way stretch softshell to keep you protected, and the tall gauntlet works just as well tucked under the cuff of your jacket as it does pulled over. Plus, the wool liner wicks moisture and fights the funk all season long. If you're going to put in a bunch of days this season, the Rover will be a faithful companion.

- Backcountry.com

Leather fingertips increase your dexterity in these waterproof, insulated gloves.


DaKine Rover Glove


The DaKine Rover Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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