Dakine Crossfire Glove

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Dakine Crossfire Glove
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Flash the Dakine Men’s Crossfire Glove as you throw it down at the park. Part of the Dakine Method series of low-profile, performance-fit gloves, the Crossfire features a tough nylon shell with a DWR finish that repels water. The glove’s precurved box finger construction makes it easy to execute a grab, and the durable Clarino synthetic palm won’t shed when you get it right. A waterproof neoprene cuff seals out spring slush.

Lining and Layers:

  • 150g tricot lining adds warmth

Weather and Wind:

  • Nylon/Poly shell with Durable Water Repellent (DWR) treatment

Traction and Grip:

  • Clarino® Synthetic suede palm for good grip


  • Nose wipe thumb panels feel soft against skin
  • Water-repellent pipe glove
  • Slip-On cuff design
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If you're ready to catch some big air this snowboarding season, keep your hands safe in the Dakine Crossfire Gloves. The palms of these gloves feature Clarino Synthetic suede, to give you that extra grip when you need to grab your board for a gnarly trick. The gloves also feature a Weathershield Nylon shell fabric, so when you do eat it, your gloves stay dry and protected from the snow. So what are you waiting for? Go get the Dakine Crossfire Gloves now!


The Dakine Crossfire Glove for men protects your fingers from the sharp edges of your board and hard snow. The Crossfire Glove is close-fitting and really dexterous, and earns great style points when you wear it in the park. A Clarino® Synthetic suede palm and Nylon/Poly shell offers grip and durability, and the Durable Water Repellent (DWR) coating gives this pipe glove protection from the snow.

Don't get caught up battling the cold and snow, protect yourself with the Crossfire Gloves by Dakine®.
A performance fit snowboard glove.
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment keeps snow out of your gloves.
Clarino® synthetic suede palm for grip.
Nose wipe panels on thumbs.
Slip on style glove.
Buckle at wrist for no-separation storage.
Dakine logo at wrist.
Machine wash cold, hang dry.
No bulk, no bull, the Dakine Crossfire Glove take care of business without the any excess material. They are designed with a silicone grip palm and DWR coated nylon and polyester shell.


For those park kids that just want minimal hand protection, pick the Dakine Crossfire Glove!

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Review RatingNumber of Reviews
Best Use Gloves:Ski
Cuff Closure:Slip on stretch to fit
Cuff Material:Slip on stretch to fit
Glove Features:Undercuff
Glove Outer Material:Nylon / Poly with DWR treatment
Glove Palm Material:Synthetic suede with silicone grip
Glove Type:Gloves
Liner Material:150g Tricot
Lining:100% polyester.
Lining Material:150g Tricot
Palm:Synthetic suede with silicone grip
Palm Material:Clarino Synthetic suede
Removable Liner:No
Shell:83% polyamide, 8% neoprene, 6% polyurethane, 3% spandex.
Shell Material:Nylon / Poly with DWR treatment
Waterproof Technology:DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment
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Dakine Crossfire Glove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I'd give 'em 5 stars, but dammit, I hate ugly steez, and these are steez-alicious. If you like Grenade gear and the look of most Burton stuff because the concept of a color aneurysm is cool to you, then you should buy these gloves for looks.
I happened to buy them for spring riding/skiing. They breathe pretty well, are comfortable in the snow or in 40 degree weather, they're tough, and most certainly (and best of all) really, really flippin' waterproof. I have large hands and they fit remarkably well: probably the most comfortable glove I've worn, and I'm a pretty dedicated Hestra wearer. Buy a pair and hate the color scheme, but enjoy the gloves.

roninbambi1102303 at Backcountry.com on 06/23/2010

I bought the black version of these gloves and they have been pretty good so far. I used them this season when I went on a trip to Mont Tremblant, Canada. The temperature was below zero but these gloves held up in keeping dry and warm. They're also very flexible (of course, they're pipe gloves). The rubber palm definitely helps in keeping grip and staying dry. If you're looking for a glove that is easy to move in but will also keep you relatively dry and warm, the Crossfires are a good choice. The price is also reasonable.

Nicholas at Backcountry.com on 03/14/2011

Well Connor has just received his gloves for Christmas and is ready to rip up the mountain. Great smiles from all this Christmas, thanks to dogfunk.com. Pictures to follow, just remind me again. Great shots of him rippin it! on the slopes. Thanks again dogfunk.com They are awesome!

hmb5204326 at Backcountry.com on 01/10/2012

Its a great glove over all, it keeps my hands warm and they are really flex able. I got the green ones though the only downfall is that the design on the palm is falling off after a few runs in the park.

Justin at Backcountry.com on 02/16/2012

Good for winter temperatures, haven't tried them in sub-zero temps yet, but they are really warm so far. Seem durable, and great colors. Fit true to size.

jessica mcferran at Backcountry.com on 11/13/2012

Very sharp gloves. Cool print. Perfect lightweight gloves. Exactly what I wanted.

lcap41342 at Backcountry.com on 12/30/2013

These gloves are low profile, easy to move in and super steezy.

Ryan Schmitt at Backcountry.com on 09/07/2010

Negative Reviews:

technically it is an insulated glove but its pretty thin imo. good for 30-40* weather. my biggest complaint is where they cut the thumb hole. it seems to be closer to the center of the palm than on the side of the hand. which makes it hard to open up your hand like when you give someone a high five.

Brandon at Backcountry.com on 01/02/2014

Neutral Reviews:

wasnt expecting colors on palm of glove, couldnt see that in any pictures on internet. gloves are good for a layer but arent very good for sustained warmth throughout a day of skiing. great for 40 degree weather.

mic5870478 at Backcountry.com on 12/26/2012