Product Porn Grenade Gloves Preview with Danny Kass - ISPO 2015 a Snowboarding video by Factory Media

Danny Kass enters the booth to kick off a preview of Grenade's brand new line-up for next season - and as you'll see over the next few pages, it looks like a return with a whole lot to offer.

Conceived in hearts and minds on a chairlift in 2001 - Danny has helped take the unmistakeable Grenade stencil from its first set of gloves, now onto signature models, outerwear, street-wear, trainers and accessories. And for 2015 2016 he's recommitted to a renewed effort in the Grenade family with an open letter to the industry and an amusing remake of the Office Space computer smashing scene

In the vid above he introduces their new Blazed mitts, which precede the Blazed & Confused movie project, and come in with a strong message to 'Have a Nice Blaze' - presumably hinting at those flaming lines you'll be cutting through the park, right?

Hit the left and right arrows to browse their new gear.


Starting it out with a thick knit ribbed beanie for the ladies.

The Duff Visor comes in Red, Black and Hemp, with a small peak and bobble - and it has a versatile one size fits most 100% acrylic knit.


Only the best for Eero Ettala - his embossed all-white pro model gloves are a high end pick with a clean finish.

Wrapped in 100% Goat skin leather - they come with a neoprene wrist closure, leather cuff cinch, and a Bemberg back of hand and palm lining.

For those of you who want a slightly more discreet item, El Guacho is also available in black and without the embossed lettering.


A Grenade classic - the CC935 might not have the most instantly catchy name, but chances are you've seen more than a few pairs through the years.

Simple construction for serious pipe grip - they come built on a stretch nylon base, with neoprene knuckles, a sued palm and thumb, and Bemberg lining - as well as silicone print logos in the centre - grab the Grenade!


Cali born rider Scott Blum has got his own pro Mitt in the 2015 2016 line-up - on the left here in black - and they look like a great middle ground for freestyle heads.

Like the CC935 it's built on a stretch nylon base, with a suede palm and thumb for grip, but as a mitt it has the added advantage of a little extra heat - aided of course by the Bemberg lining - and silicone Grenade silhouettes finish things off in the palms.


Grenade's Danny Kass pro model mitts share many similarities with the Scott Blum edition on the previous page: stretch nylon base, suede palm and thumb, bemberg lining and silicone print logos - but they feature a custom Danny design to keep things fresh.

Dressed up in military green, a Statue of Liberty design adorns the palm, with 'Grenade' in large font over the knuckles.


Available in three unique prints, and with a selection of matching gloves - the Triumph is a boldly designed jacket from Grenade.

With a 10K/10K sumblimated poly outer shell, it has 60g of insulation in the body & hood, as well as 40g in the sleeves - and also packs taffeta lining, a brushed tricoat chin guard and a tonne of hidden zip pockets and vents.

Finished with screen printed Grenade logos - it's a stand-out choice for sure.


As you'll have seen in the intro - the Grenade Blazed mitt is another one of Danny's personal favourites - and it combines those happy smiley faces with a slightly sinister tears of blood twist.

The mitts themselves are built on a nylon & polyester shell with a suede palm & thumb, but unlike some of the lighter spring/park models, they also have 120g of insulation to back up the Bemberg lining.


Probably seaworthy - definitely shred-worthy. With a Deadliest Catch inspired title, these overalls are built on a 10K/10K poly outer shell with 60g poly fill insulation.

Handily holding all your essentials in place, they have a bib with suspenders, taffeta lining, brushed tricoat pocket lining and inner thigh leg vents as well as plenty of pockets for everything you need to carry with you.

These also come in an Army colour-way, as well as a grey design with patches of the Buffalo print that you can see on the Triumph jacket.


Simple stripes always do the job, the Stryper beanie is another one size fits most, 100% acrylic knit hat to keep your head toasty.

It's available in black, aqua, rust, navy (left to right), as well as army (not shown).


Another classic, but this time adorned with bold Grenade lettering and logos - the Letterhead comes in the Army and Orange designs above, as well as a Black option (not shown).