Women's snowwear Dakine
Perfect, high-quality snowboard, bindings and shoes, represent one part of snow gear, the second and no less essential then women's snowwear. You definitely can't go out in everyday winter street wear on the slopes or into freestyle park! Snb jackets and snb pants must meet the criteria for breathability and above all for water resistance. And in some cases even for thermal insulation. Thanks to breathability, it is comfortable to be wearing this garment. Waterproofing then takes care of waterproofing during frequent falls on the ground. Heat insulation is suitable for extreme conditions because during normal riding you will heat yourself up on your one. Therefore it always depends on your personal style of riding and riding conditions. At our shop you can find women's snowboard jackets and women's snowboard pants with both high and low indexes of breathability, waterproofing and thermal insulation, so you can choose what exactly you need. Let's not forget about warm women's gloves and a very important basic layer of ladies functional underrwear. Choose from a variety of models, colors and brands.
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.