- Shell: 72% Polyester, 25% Pvc, 3% Polyurethane Lining: 100% Polyester Insulation: 100% Polyester Fiber
- Hand Wash
- The gauntlet style shell of the Titan Glove is water repellent and durable, and the GORE-TEX insert with Gore Warm adds warmth and waterproofing.
- A removable Storm Liner glove is touch screen compatible, so you can keep up with your crew without any of that pesky frostbite ruining your plans, and it's a lot easier to dry gloves out after a long day, or give them a much needed cleaning.
- A Rubbertec palm means rugged durability in the most heavily-worn area of the glove, while giving you a sure grip.
- Meanwhile the external water resistant zipper stash is ideal for securing your locker key and beer money, and it doubles as a heat pack pocket when you're not running on liquid warmth.
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The Dakine Titan brings a feature set appropriate for gloves twice the price. Behind the Titan weather Shield shell and Rubbertec palm, a GORE-TEX waterproof breathable insert protects the high loft insulation from melting snow and ice. A removable, washable stretch fleece liner amps up warmth in extreme cold, and there is an external waterproof Zippered stash pocket on the back of the hand.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches; 3.52 Ounces
- Item model number : 1100350
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : February 27, 2015
- Manufacturer : Dakine
- ASIN : B00U2ZCUY2
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The inner liner? Hate it. It looks nice on the outside and it does work on touchscreens but...
1) If these liners provide insulation, and I'm skeptical, it's very minimal. Tried using them on their while driving my car with the cabin at 32F. Worse than not having them on IMO since without them on at least I can rub my fingers together and close my fists to keep up their temperature.
2) When using the liner inside the outer shell:
2a) the inner stitching which is mildly unpleasant when wearing the liner on its own becomes very unpleasant
2b) the finger lengths of the "large" size liner don't match my middle finger length very well, so I end up very far from the tips of the outer shell when I combine the two (webbed hand effect). The "large" size outer shell is the perfect size for me though.
I'm still giving this a good review, because I wanted a good shell first and foremost and did much research beforehand. This is about as good as it gets without going into leather which I'm too lazy to maintain.
I ended up buying Minus33 Merino wool inserts to use as glove liners. Those are very warm even on their own but don't look especially durable. Snipped a fair number of loose threads just opening up the package. However, they do fit just nicely inside the titan glove and my hand has never been toastier in a glove. I'll try to update this when I hit some actual cold weather but I suspect it will be excellent at 0F and hopefully below that as well.
As a runner up, reviews indicated that the "North Face FlashDry Glove Liners" are excellent. They are not as easy to find though. Also, the North Face liners are made of polyester which I suspect won't be as warm/moisture wicking as the merino wool. However, they are probably much more durable.
Have been using these for 3 days in varied conditions, warm day just above freezing I just used the outer gloves which fit great and do everything as expected. Most notably they breathe really well so no sweaty hands which is a must for snowboarding. Today was really wet and the outer material got soaked, the temp was a few degrees over freezing and I used the inner gloves inside this time and the gloves still fit really well. Hands stayed really dry, nose wipe on right thumb and goggle wipe/squeedgy on the left, both worked great in heavy snow.
Wrist straps saved me from loosing them on the chairlift.
The inner gloves have the screen conductive tips the outer gloves do not.
All in all great gloves for wintersports, the carbon color is more of a navy blue and not as pictured which was a bit dissapointing.
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Anyway, apart from being unusable after 2 days on the snow really nice.
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