Dakine Rambler Liner - Women's
DAKINE RAMBLER GLOVE - WOMEN'S
Rambler is the best friend of leather choppers and weatherproof ski and snowboard mitts everywhere. The moisture wicking stretch poly construction is lightweight, warm, and easy to keep dry. While the touch screen compatible fingertips are great for sending a quick text while on the lift. Rambler is versatile and always useful. Throw them in your kit as an extra layer for extended weekend trips, or keep them close by for a frosty morning walk to the brunch spot.
- 2 Year Limited Warranty
- 220g Moisture wicking stretch poly
- Touch screen compatible
- Moisture wicking stretch poly
- SIZING: XS, S, M, L
- All Dakine non-leather gloves can be machine washed. Gently press out excess water before hanging to dry. We don't recommend turning the gloves inside out for cleaning. When possible, allow gloves to dry at room temperature, rather than placing them near a heater or in a dryer as this may damage the materials.
SNOWBOARD & SKI GLOVES
Our full line of Dakine women’s gloves are designed with your needs in mind—specifically we focus on a narrower fit for dexterity and extra winter warmth. We’ve got you covered for all conditions, from deep blustery winter riding mitts to mild weather gloves.
HOW TO MEASURE
Measure the circumference at the widest part of your hand just below the fingers.
Performance articulation is achieved by shaping the palm pattern to fit the hand in the relaxed position. The fourchettes are also patterned following the natural articulation of the fingers. Performance articulation results in an optimal fit with superior blood flow to the fingers, leading to warmer hands.
GLOVE WARMTH INDEX
Dakine offers different gloves and mitts for different conditions. The heat index provides a warmth comparison between different models. 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.
(Note: In addition to the added warmth a mitt design provides, Dakine mitts all have added insulation over their glove counterparts and therefore will always be warmer.)