Avg. Weight (oz./g): 11.4oz / 322g (L)
- Incredible Value Currently!!! (Review by Plinko)
$340 gloves for $93?!? I'm guessing OR must have a bunch of these left over from recent 'conflicts' and as the wars draw down, so falls the price on the website. Burly construction that very much reminds me of the products they were putting out decades ago before the consumer product line production transferred to China. The gloves are unbelievable! They would have earned a Five Star Rating were it not for a few minor details: The Velcro tabs sewn inside the gloves to retain the liners are misaligned on either the shells, the liners, or both. Dexterity with the liners is marginal, but when you realise the temps at which this setup keeps you comfortable, it's forgivable. I'm using these for ski touring in cold Wyoming winters and have found the OR Stormtracker Glove ideal for the up, then I put the Firebrand gloves (shell only) on for the descent. This combo gives better dexterity and is comfortable well below zero degrees F'.
(Posted on 12/3/14)
- excellent (Review by bh)
These are excellent gloves for cold / extreme cold (below zero) , whether used with the liner or as a shell over other gloves they perform the way winter gloves should. They are not cheap but worth the money and work very well for riding atv's or snowmobile's , infact i wore them while riding my atv this evening at 22F with only thin fleece gloves not the liners and they worked well , thanks O.R. for making the stuff that realy performs !!!
(Posted on 11/24/13)
- Firebrand Gloves (Review by By enfield1853)
(Posted on 1/7/11)