About DaKine Tahoe Mittens - Waterproof, Insulated (For Women)
Closeouts. From the neighborhood sledding hills to double-black-diamond slopes, DaKine's Tahoe mittens keep your hands dry and toasty thanks to a DK Dry waterproof insert, Durable Water Repellent (DWR) treatment and high-loft synthetic insulation.
Specs about DaKine Tahoe Mittens - Waterproof, Insulated (For Women)
- Waterproof materials: DK Dry waterproof insert
- Fabric: 68% polyamide, 20% goat leather, 12% polyester
- Insulation: High Loft synthetic (110/230g)
- Care: Hand wash, line dry
- Made in Viet Nam
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Good mittens for the slopes!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Joan from New York on Friday, March 16, 2018Use it for skiing and it's warm. Love the wrist strap. Used the size chart amd it was a perfect fit!
Great mittens!Verified Buyer Reviewed by twilight696 from Michigan on Wednesday, February 14, 2018I love these mittens. My fingers usually get cold wearing gloves but these mittens keep my fingers very warm. I like the wrist strap too. I can take the mittens off and not have to find a place to put them, very convenient for sure!
Great all around mittensVerified Buyer Reviewed by Shelley R from N. Minnesota on Saturday, February 10, 2018We've valued the quality and durability of Dakine mittens before this order, and the Tahoe mits deliver. We ordered three pairs for three skiers, they kept hands warm in just below freezing temps with snow that caused everything to become drenched (even the mittens) as well as rides up the chairlift in winds around 40 mph. Enough room for hand warmers during negative temps, which is a must to ski longer than an hour in sub-zero temps. Also, these mits dry fast as well near a heat source. Two more bonus points: The leather palms will extend the life of any pair if used for a high speed tow rope and the gauntlet length suffices to keep inches of powder out.
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