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Dakine Bronco Glove

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Sierra Says: The Dakine Bronco glove is a glove for the extreme rider looking for a comfortable glove that gives the performance of a bigger glove with a smaller profile.
  - Gore-tex
- Pre-curved Finger Construction
- Rollback Finger Design
- Zipper Cuff Closure
- Nose Wipe Thumb Panaels
- Gore Tex insert
- Durathane palm material
- Fixed mid-weight fleece lining
- Weathershield shell fabric
- Waterproof neoprene

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jasonFTW2
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"decent all mountain gloves" 3/28/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Bronco Glove
  • Pros:  gortex, comfortable, warm
  • Cons:  loose around wrists,

Experience:   I've had these gloves for the most part of this season. These replaced an old pair of B assult gloves. I have been very happy with the mauverability of my digits. I have not had any problems getting bindings on or off. These gloves have also kept me warm and dry through 8+ hour days due to the goretex and built in liner. I sized up for the ability to add an extra liner on those 0-20 degree days as the built in fleece probably wouldn't cut it. The only issue I have with these gloves are the zipper at wrist. These smaller profile gloves fit rather loose at wrist allowing snow to get in on those random spills. If your jacket has decent gaiters that hold, or if its long enough to cover the gloves, you should be ok. Overall a nice well made glove.
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Location: AU
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Height: 5'10
Weight: 160 lbs
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Reviews: 17

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"Decent gloves but nothing special" 6/6/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Bronco Glove
  • Pros:  looks relatively low key, goretex keeps it relatively dry inside, good flex
  • Cons:  doesnt keep your hand very warm, easy for snow to get inside,

Experience:   these are decent gloves at a reasonable price. What i like is that there is good flex in the fingers, so you maintain dexterity. However, snow seems to get inside the glove relatively easily compared with another pair i've worn before
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Height: 5'7
Weight: 128 lbs
medium features
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"DaKine Gloves" 4/13/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Bronco Glove
  • Pros:  durable, reasonable price, cool
  • Cons:  don't keep heat too well in cold conditions,

Experience:   definitely good gloves, they are holding up pretty well for me, but when the weather gets on the colder side you will be able to tell by loss of some feeling in your fingers (even with inserts)
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Height: 6'2
Weight: 230 lbs
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Reviews: 24

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"Great low profile gloves" 3/30/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Bronco Glove
  • Pros:  low profile, gore tex, dakine quality
  • Cons:  liners,

Experience:   i bought these gloves due to the fact that they are low profile with a good shell. the gore te keeps your hands dry and warm. the fingers have flex points so these can be ridden in the park with out a problem. as far as the built in liners go if they get pulled out their hard to get back in.. over all amazing glove
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Location: US
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Height: 5'7
Weight: 135 lbs
medium features
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Reviews: 11

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"good gloves" 8/30/2011
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  • Name: Dakine Bronco Glove
  • Pros:  light,
  • Cons:  pinky finger hard to put in,

Experience:   it keeps you dry. good for the sunny/not so cold days but i wouldn't recommend it for 15 or less degrees. there is an issue slipping in my pinky fingers. it feels like i'm being stopped half way when i'm entering it in. other than that, no issues.
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Location: US
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Height: 5'9
Weight: 150 lbs
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Reviews: 45

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"Great gloves... with liners." 2/8/2011
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  • Name: Dakine Bronco Glove
  • Pros:  Waterproof, Low Profile,
  • Cons:  Not Warm,

Experience:   I love these gloves because they are very waterproof and allow me the dexterity I want to get in and out of my bindings quickly. The only gripe I have with this bad boy, is that it is not warm at all. Sitting on a lift, you'll feel the breeze penetrate the glove like it wasn't there. Luckily I had just enough room to jam a liner in there. Size up to accommodate a liner. You should be pretty happy.
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Weight: 150 lbs
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"Great Low Profile Glove" 11/7/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Bronco Glove
  • Pros:  looks awesome, low profile, zipper, , easy to get in and out,
  • Cons:  Gets cold,

Experience:   One thing I hate about glove is that its bulky, this glove as the perfect combination of bulk. Its pretty low profile, so its ideal for spring riding. My hand got a bit cold in them while siting on lift. They are completely waterproof as they are Gore-tex. Consider buying a liner with this glove if you are going to buy. Otherwise great glove!
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"Great gloves for spring" 8/16/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Bronco Glove
  • Pros:  Low profile,
  • Cons:  No strap,

Experience:   These are actually really good gloves given the right conditions - perfect of Spring boarding when it's starting to get fairly warm (AUS / NZ). Low profile gives added dexterity. Goretex keeps the hands super dry. Zip makes for easy in/out. Just be careful there's no strap - so don't lose them! WARNING - these gloves aren't suitable in the heart of winter! Your hands will freeze... I know from experience.
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Height: 5'8
Weight: 160 lbs
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"Its OK....just OK" 6/10/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Bronco Glove
  • Pros:  Great for the price, Good fit,
  • Cons:  Not that warm, No glove straps ,

Experience:   Glove fits like it suppose to. Can't really complain for the price, but hate the side zippers on the wrist and it doesn't have straps to hook onto your pants or sleeves.
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Weight: 170 lbs
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"Right for some" 6/4/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Bronco Glove
  • Pros:  Small, Look good on some people,
  • Cons:  not extremely warm,

Experience:   I have very sensitive hands and while these gloves may hold up well and keep my hands warm and dry on typical days, they do nothing for me when the weather suddenly spikes below 0. If your riding a mountain thats not known to drop into the extremely low temps then you would probly be ok with buying this glove otherwise i would find something with a little more warmth.

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