DEFCON Gloves

Relaunched in 2012 revamped and better than ever, DEFCON gloves are built in collaboration with Cocona Technologies, a company that makes breathable, moisture wicking, anti-microbial materials with its carbonized coconut fiber construction. Boasting real leather, wool, supreme moisture-wicking tech and an extensive list of additional features, DEFCON’s line-up stands out for functionality and durability, two things you’ll be very stoked about during a long day on-snow.

Also see: Company Spotlight: The re-launch of DEFCON Gloves

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