The Dakine Annie Boulanger Glove offers warmth with function. Grab on to your hiking poles, zip up your jacket and snap on your helmet without feeling the cold. The Dakine Annie Boulanger glove has saved my hands from cold temperatures and really wet snow days.
Inside the Dakine glove is a soft synthetic liner that you feel as soon as you slip these gloves on. This feature and the water resistant GoreTex protected my hands from the elements. The Cuff Closure Zipper gives the glove a low profile opening that easily fits into your jacket cuff.
For over a decade I have been a mitten girl. With my small hands, the winter cold was my enemy but so became the over sized mitts I had been rocking. I found that the leather and fitted design of the Dakine Annie Boulanger model represented what women riders look for in a winter glove: warmth and function. Although the gloves do buckle together when off, I wish they also had wrist leashes to truly ensure I don’t loose a glove!
Dakine Annie Boulanger Glove
Also, watch out on sizing if your hands are a bit on the wide side – your hands might find the opening a little narrow at first because of the leather. My gloves were tough the first day to slide on, but the leather opening quickly formed to my hand size.
Get this glove if you are ready for warmth, function and style. Find out what gloves made the cut for best snowboard glove of the year.
Do not get this glove for Springtime only; it’s definitely designed for winter temperatures.
Dakine is no longer making the Annie Boulanger glove. Instead checkout our Dakine Titan Gore-Tex Glove Review.