- Quick Drying
- Silicone Grip Palm
- Glove Clip
Fabric: WINDSTOPPER® , 100% polyester back of hand // Radiant Fleece™, 95% polyester, 5% spandex palm
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 2.3oz / 64g (L)
- Great Gloves (Review by Aaron)
I got these for Mt. Rainier last July ( 22-25, 2015). It was pretty warm when I was climbing that year so I wore these 97% of the time. They work great when you are moving and using your hands. They worked awesome for Rainier when it was warm.
They are not so great when its cold, windy, and your aren't really moving. When I take my dog on walks and its below 40 degrees and windy they are not good. The pinky is really long, but i might have a small pinky so that might be my problem.
I would recommend these gloves to any type of activity over 40 degrees. Anything under 40 degrees you will need to layer or find thicker gloves.
(Posted on 11/29/15)
- Men's Backstop Gloves™ (Review by By Puff Daddy)
All I can say is read the description. These gloves are meant for high energy activities, and they are liners. I used them for hunting in Alaska. During my October Rocky Mountain Goat hunt, they proved to be indispensable, but I used them as liners. During the mountain ascent, when I start to overheat and shed layers, they worked great by themselves. I also use them under my OR goretex mitten shells, which allowed me to have finger dexterity without completely exposing my hands to the elements if I have to remove the shells. On the down side, they could be a little tighter so as to improve they're grip.
(Posted on 5/2/13)
- Men's Backstop Gloves™ (Review by By Ted)
Tried these gloves out for the first time by going for a 15 minute walk in 40 degree weather. My hands were cold the whole time. Very dissapointed in the warmth of these gloves. Look stylish and fit well but no warmth at all.
(Posted on 12/4/12)
- Men's Backstop Gloves™ (Review by By Daniel)
After taking this glove out on multiple trips I found my hands to always have a little chill on them, even in temperatures in the 50's. The fleece is only 100 weight, but I was just hoping for more. The big selling point was the Windstopper material, but it doesn't do any good if you can't keep your hands warm. They should make a liner that has 150-200 weight with Windstopper. The only reason I said I would recommend it is that I have been fairly satisfied with the product.
(Posted on 12/18/10)
- Men's Backstop Gloves™ (Review by By Cliff the Climber)
thought this would be a good glove for a little bit of everything. I found them to be too loose, so the great grip the gloves has is lost to the grips sliding around the fingers and palms.
(Posted on 12/11/10)