Numb hands and fingers don't exactly promote alpine exploration, so DaKine created the Scout Gloves to keep you on the hill scouting out new territory. The Scout Gloves are waterproof to the max, with both a nylon/polyester DWR treated fabric and DaKine s DK Dry waterproof insert. What's more, this glove also features high loft synthetic insulation AND a removable fleece liner glove made to achieve 4-way stretch and touch screen compatibility for all your smartphone needs.
Nylon / Poly with DWR finish The surface of the shell fabrics are treated with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish to act as an initial barrier to moisture. The backside of the fabrics are also treated with another water-resistant and breathable coating. This acts as a climate-control system that lets perspiration out, but keeps moisture from penetrating inward.
DK Dry™ Waterproof Insert Polyurethane inserts use a unique film technology that maximizes value and comfort. The waterproof inserts block water from the outside, keeping hands warm and dry on the inside.
High Loft Synthetic [110 g / 230 g] A synthetic insulation with an excellent balance of comfort, warmth and value. It resists moisture in wet conditions providing loft retention and an air space that holds heat and keeps hands warm. The non-bulky nature of this insulation allows breathability when conditions are warmer.
150 g Tricot Lining The least bulky of all liners, lightweight Tricot provides the ultimate in dexterity and moisture management.
Removable Storm Liner Glove Touch screen compatible 280 g 4x4 stretch fleece. The 4-way stretch fleece removable liner allows for versatility in climate adjustment and is extremely quick drying.
RubberTec Palm A polyester substrate with a polymer based high grip surface treatment applied to it. In addition to being waterproof, it has excellent abrasion resistance for long lasting durability.
Cuff Closure One hand cinch gauntlet
Nose Wipe Thumb Panel
Warmth Index: 5 Gloves and mitts are rated from 1 - 5 based on the amount of insulation and lining materials. Styles with a warmth rating of 1 are designed for warmer weather conditions or riders who require less insulation. At the other end of the spectrum, gloves or mitts with a rating of 5 are the warmest styles for the harshest conditions, and for those who need maximum warmth.