The type of glove you use when skiing or boarding is dependent on the conditions. At the beginning or end of the season when the weather is nicer, the sun peeks its head out from the clouds more often, and the temperatures flirt above freezing, an excellent choice is the Dakine Viper Gloves. Lined with 150g Tricot the glove is ultimate in dexterity and moisture management. The palms are made of Clarino Synthetic Suede which has a soft dexterous feel combined with outstanding abrasion resistance and a Silicone Grip to keep a firm grip on ski poles or the base of the board. The shell of the glove, a Weathershield Nylon / Flextough Corded Nylon, is a high-stretch fabric for added comfort and a smooth range of motion. It's treated with durable water repellent and weatherproofing for when that snow falls wet and heavy or if you accidentally take a tumble. An adjustable hook and loop cuff closure helps keep the wet snow out and a nose wipe on the thumb panels is great for the cool long days on the slopes. The Dakine Viper Gloves are the premium choice for shredding the mountain in warm weather conditions.
Didn't discover these gloves until the end of the season. My last day on the mountain was about 30 degrees, and these gloves were perfect. Kept my hands warm even as the temperature dropped in the evening. Thay have a great grip and are very comfortable. Get these gloves now!