Alibi II Gloves™

Style# 72574OR

Sport ice routes and dry-tooling call for non-insulated gloves that don't sacrifice anything in the way of dexterity, grip or fit. Built off our original competition-winning Alibi™, the Alibi II Gloves answer the call. The Alibi II features a cuff closure with thermo-formed neoprene and articulating wrist harnesses for a secure fit, corded nylon on the back of the hand for durability, and Pittards® Oiltac leather palms for enhanced grip and optimum control in both wet and dry conditions.






  • Velcro Cuff Closure
  • Thermo-Formed Neoprene, Articulating Wrist Harness
  • Corded Nylon on Back of Hand for Durability
  • Movement Enhancing Stretch
  • Soft Shell Finger Sidewalls for Stretch and Dexterity
  • Pittards® Oiltac Leather Palm for Enhanced Grip and Optimum Control in Wet or Dry Conditions
  • Leather Treated to Prevent Absorption of Moisture
  • Protective Gel Padding on Outside Edge of Hand
  • Carabiner Loop on Back of Hand
  • Pre-Curved Construction


Fabric: 92% polyester, 8% spandex four-way stretch-woven soft shell outer // Pittards® Oiltac goat leather palm and fingers

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 5.4oz / 152g (L)

Customer Reviews

Disappointed in newest generation (Review by gitrdun)

The Alibi II's Oiltac Leather palms only lasted 5 days ice/mixed/rappelling in the Canadian Rockies. This is particularly disappointing because the previous generation Alibi (and the more insulated 'Alpine Alibi') were practically indestructible, having logged over 12k' of mixed climbing, 8' of rappelling, and 3 weeks slogging / melting snow on Denali (between the two pairs of gloves) before finally retiring them. Moreover, the new Pittards Oiltac leather feels slippery when hanging off my tools despite what the advertising says. Hopefully OR finds a different leather/material for the next generation because I love everything elses about the design of their Alibi series. Why change a good thing, OR?

(Posted on 2/19/15)

Top notch (Review by Griff)

These gloves are great for harder leads!

(Posted on 12/30/14)

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