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Al's Sporting Goods has select Dakine Men's & Women's Gore-Tex Gloves on sale for $24.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Bruinnn

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ALS.com has Dakine Titan GORE-TEX Glove - Men's and Women's for $24.99 + Free shipping. **Note: Shipping is free for these gloves once you proceed with checkout.

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Dakine Titan GORE-TEX Glove - Men's [als.com] - $24.99
Dakine Sequoia GORE-TEX Glove - Women's [als.com]- $24.99 NLA
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"this is my second pair. first pair I received lasted 5 years of riding my Harley in very cold weather almost daily. very happy with the look and feel of these gloves. they are considered ski gloves but work excellent riding motorcycle and recommend them with 5 stars.thanks !"

2nd
"Gloves are comfortable, warm, and do their job well. The goggle wiper and nose cleaner are nice too.

Drawstrings on these gloves are absolute trash. I broke one my first day out, paid for shipping to Dakine for repair, and the next day out, the other one broke.

I ended up just duct taping them together. Didn't want to pay for more shipping.

Overall 3/5 because of how annoying this is. Unable to tighten them when they break."

Consensus reading over all amazon reviews:
True to size.
Not water proof, so no rain riding. Gauntlet closure breaks, temps >30 F I'd say if reviews say does okat at only above 20 F while stationery not riding.

I am still not sure, I may jump on them ride, and return if not what I need.

Edit: Al's returns

Returned merchandise must be sent back in original and unused condition. If merchandise is not in re-sellable and unused condition, we will ship the merchandise back to you at your expense, and will not issue a refund


"Merchandise must be in exact original packaging with all tags attached" Or they refuse and ship it back to you after paying for return shipping
These are very high quality. I've been using them for snowboarding for 3+ years now.
Never had an issue with cold or wetness
Was going to buy a few and read the reviews on REÍ. Def not waterproof for those needing that.


https://www.rei.com/product/88923...ves-womens

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These are very high quality. I've been using them for snowboarding for 3+ years now.
Never had an issue with cold or wetness
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Thank you. Just in time for ski season!
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I have not that great experience with these gloves. You may notice a black area on a thumb finger. It is designed for cleaning googles and it peeled off over time leaving unprotected fabric and my finger wet.
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I have the mittens version of these and they work very well (20+ days of use last season).

For $25 might as well have a spare the season coming up, thanks OP!
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These are very high quality. I've been using them for snowboarding for 3+ years now.
Never had an issue with cold or wetness
Think it would be good for a cold weather motorcycle ride 70-80mph at maybe 40-50 F for an hour? Got some olympian thinsulate motorcycle gauntlets, but they get chilly pretty quickly. Especially at <40 F
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Anyone have an idea of how this would hold up on a motorcycle 80+ mph? Current ones I have keep my hands good up intill 32 degree, but they don't breath very well.
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Think it would be good for a cold weather motorcycle ride 70-80mph at maybe 40-50 F for an hour? Got some olympian thinsulate motorcycle gauntlets, but they get chilly pretty quickly.
Want to know the same thing please
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Want to know the same thing please
Source Amazon Reviews
1st
"this is my second pair. first pair I received lasted 5 years of riding my Harley in very cold weather almost daily. very happy with the look and feel of these gloves. they are considered ski gloves but work excellent riding motorcycle and recommend them with 5 stars.thanks !"

2nd
"Gloves are comfortable, warm, and do their job well. The goggle wiper and nose cleaner are nice too.

Drawstrings on these gloves are absolute trash. I broke one my first day out, paid for shipping to Dakine for repair, and the next day out, the other one broke.

I ended up just duct taping them together. Didn't want to pay for more shipping.

Overall 3/5 because of how annoying this is. Unable to tighten them when they break."

Consensus reading over all amazon reviews:
True to size.
Not water proof, so no rain riding. Gauntlet closure breaks, temps >30 F I'd say if reviews say does okat at only above 20 F while stationery not riding.

I am still not sure, I may jump on them ride, and return if not what I need.

Edit: Al's returns

Returned merchandise must be sent back in original and unused condition. If merchandise is not in re-sellable and unused condition, we will ship the merchandise back to you at your expense, and will not issue a refund


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Was going to buy a few and read the reviews on REÍ. Def not waterproof for those needing that.


https://www.rei.com/product/88923...ves-womens
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I have the mitten version of these and they're great. Kept me warm and dry all last season.
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Was going to buy a few and read the reviews on REÍ. Def not waterproof for those needing that.


https://www.rei.com/product/88923...ves-womens

This is not the same glove.

Edit: Sorry, saw you commented on the Sequoia. I have the Titan (the other glove and it has held up very well for me for the 4+ years I've had it). I am however switching to mittens this season though.
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Want to know the same thing please
Go to site. They have Scott Windstoppers for $40. Looks like a biker glove
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Think it would be good for a cold weather motorcycle ride 70-80mph at maybe 40-50 F for an hour? Got some olympian thinsulate motorcycle gauntlets, but they get chilly pretty quickly. Especially at <40 F
I wore them in minus conditions going down a mountain at 50 mph for hours.
They are BULKY though. Bulky enough that you have to get used to them when strapping in your bindings. I'm not sure how that would be when handling a motorcycle. When I say bulky think medieval gauntlets
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