Ski gloves Dakine
Careful protection of children's hands in winter from ubiquitous frost and cold is very important, especially when your kids are actively engaged in winter sports such as skiing or snowboarding. Then children's ski gloves represent an absolute necessity. Such gloves can safely protect from frost, unpleasant moisture (Goretex special waterproofing) and are capable of warming kids' hands up because they are equipped with thermal insulation. If they have a breathable membrane, they are also extremely comfortable to wear because of sweat absorption. There are also models equipped with wrist protectors for case of falls, so if you buy them, you have comprehensive protection for your kids from frost, water and injuries. These more versatile models can also have wiping layer for running nose or ski goggles, a small-size compartment or special conductive fibers on the fingers that will allow you to control touch devices. Choose from a wide range of children's ski gloves from the most popular manufacturers in the world and equip your children before the season starts.
Dakine has a truly rich history in comparison with other brands of clothing and accessories, since it was founded in 1979. Dakine draws its attention to the development of its products, not just snowboards, but also backpacks for skateboarding, bike and snowboarding. An integral part of the collection is also Dakine backpacks and casual wear, as well as Dakine suitcases for true travel around the world. The fact that Dakine is one of the truly well-established brands that follow a long tradition is the fact that few Dakine products have come into contact - virtually every household owns at least one backpack, wallet or penalty of that brand. And that's a reputation the brand is keen to build on and improve its products. In addition to the Surf Team (Andy Irons, Brian Toth), Dakine has a team of skateboarders (Elliot Sloan, Shawn Hale), snowboarders (Josh Dirksen, Scott Stevens, Austin Smith), skiers (Andy Mahre, Eric Polland) or bikers (Graham Agassiz, Steffi Marth). But Dakine definitely does not stop - it also supports windsurfers or kite riders. For all these industries, it also develops its products.