DAKINE Bronco Glove

DAKINE Bronco Glove

Me personally, I prefer DAKINE. I've always been much more satisfied witht eh brand than any others. These particular gloves are have everything you're going to want (and or need) as a snowboarder -- tour hand will always be dry. Plus, they're totally 80s, which is easily awesome.

  • While Nixon makes many cool watches, this Small Player watch is the only women's model that speaks to me (right now at least). It's basically a smaller iteration of their men's Player watch, but Small Player has a purple dial opti... While Nixon makes many cool watches, this Small Player watch is the only women's model that speaks to me (right now at least). It's basically a smaller iteration of their men's Player watch, but Small Player has a purple dial option with antique finish band. Love <3

  • Another men's Nixon watch I'm digging right now -- I actually own this one, The Graduate, and I love its 60's TV style face and the green-ish yellow-ish beige face. Goes so well with the band, and the little detail that the second... Another men's Nixon watch I'm digging right now -- I actually own this one, The Graduate, and I love its 60's TV style face and the green-ish yellow-ish beige face. Goes so well with the band, and the little detail that the second hand is brown too is a nice touch. It looks gigantic on my 5.5 inch wrist, but still very cool looking. Because of the numerous holes on the band, it fits a smaller wrist with no problem.

  • I go high and low, men's and women's to find watches to my liking, and lately I've liked designs from Nixon watches. Clean & somewhat retro. I tend to like their men's watches' designs more, and The Cannon is no exception. I think... I go high and low, men's and women's to find watches to my liking, and lately I've liked designs from Nixon watches. Clean & somewhat retro. I tend to like their men's watches' designs more, and The Cannon is no exception. I think it's cool for a girl to wear bigger watches anyway. And since they're surfers' watch, they usually tend to have more than adequate (100 m) waterproofing, and apparently they're pretty tough. At the more than reasonable price tag of around $100, I'm sold.

  • It's all a matter of rather or not you like mittens. If you can't stand them, it's understandable. But, if you're actually privy to them, I think these are the gloves for you. The coated in a 2-layer DryRide Ultra shell material a... It's all a matter of rather or not you like mittens. If you can't stand them, it's understandable. But, if you're actually privy to them, I think these are the gloves for you. The coated in a 2-layer DryRide Ultra shell material and lined with wooly fleece. Don't worry, they'll keep you really warm and looking super gnarly.