- AlpenGrip® LT Palm
- Pre-Curved Construction
- MonoCinch™ Gauntlet Closure
- Ladder-Lock Wrist Cinch
- Pull Loop
- Tricot Lining
Fabric: Ventia™ insert // 100% nylon back of hand // EnduraLoft ™ Insulation 100% polyester: 266g on back of hand
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 6.4oz / 180g (L)
- Extremely High Quality For Price (Review by Don)
These gloves have been as effective as others more than twice as expensive. Waterproof and warm. I use these for bicycle commuting when it's very cold and they keep my hands toasty and warm.
(Posted on 1/27/15)
- Very Nice (Review by Sean)
Pretty awesome gloves, especially for the price. Used them for duck hunting in weather anywhere from sunny and 25 (too warm) to -15 and blowing 20mph. In all cases I was warm, however moving helped keep me warm in the later case. Overall, great warm, windproof glove for a great price.
(Posted on 12/12/13)
- Men's Adrenaline Gloves™ (Review by By Splidlock)
A fantastic glove! When I first got these, I was less than enthusiastic about the fit. It seemed way too snug. However, after my first time out, I mudded them up pretty well, and washed them according to the product suggestions. Afterward, the fit was perfect. The second time I had them out I was doing some mixed routes in a 10 degree whiteout. The glove never faltered. The double wrist adjustments are great for 1 handed glove use. They are as warm as you could ask for in a non-high altitude glove. I actually got so warm that I had to take them off for a few minutes. They are 100% h2o proof, and the grip is fantastic without compromising dexterity. Overall, the best glove I've ever tried. Great looking for a casual night at the rink as well. Keep up the great work OR.
(Posted on 1/11/11)
- Men's Adrenaline Gloves™ (Review by By Trev)
Gloves performed down to -20 which was better than I had expected and that was without liners. After adding liners performance significantly increased without the loss of dexterity. Great pair of gloves would recommend them to any one who will be performing outdoor activities such as skiing or snowboarding in down to -20 degree weather.
(Posted on 12/17/10)