Those high-pressure ridges still hang over Northern California keeping the temps up and signaling an early spring. It feels good to shed the jacket. But gloves remain a constant for protection and comfort. We tested three over the past several months and here’s the results:

Dakine Sentinal Gloves
Dakine Sentinel Gloves – Made by the beach, board and bike crew at Dakine, the Sentinel Gloves pack a ton of features into and outstanding-looking package. These gloves were a favorite in this test. See review.

Pearl Izumi Divide GlovesPearl Izumi Divide Gloves – Stripped down and lightweight, the Pearl Izumi Divide Gloves run a touch small but deliver solid wear-ability and performance. See review.

Sombrio Ruckus GloveSombrio Cartel Ruckus Gloves – Imported from the wilds of Vancouver Canada, the Sombrio Ruckus Gloves deliver damn-good looks and heavy-duty construction. See review.

All three have killer features and demonstrated rugged performance. Make your selection and leave a comment telling us how they worked for you.

Thanks for reading another outdoor gear review from GearGuide. And thanks to Dakine, Pearl Izumi and Sombrio Cartel, along with Catherine Donovan PR, Outside PR and Catch & Release Media for providing product for this review.