Children's snowboard gloves Dakine
Another part of the children's snowboard clothing, which should be chosen very carefully, represent children's snowboard gloves, because warm and comfortable hands are very important for snowboarding. While riding kids are quite often in contact with the ground and their hands could therefore be exposed both to cold snow and to the chilly wind blowing down the slopes. Ideal children's snowboard gloves are warm and waterproof models. Ideally also equipped with a breathable membrane that cares of inner comfort. In addition to thermal insulation and waterproofing, it is also important to decide whether your children need gloves with protectors. Some models on our eshop also have wrist protectors that protect hands from injuries during aggressive riding, falling or freestyle. The gloves also have a number of unconventional and very practical features. Whether it's a wiping pad, finger layers to handle touch devices, a mini compartment, or other. Choose the children's snowboard gloves from leading world manufacturers, from different color variants and with different color prints.
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.