- Glove Clip
- Quick Drying
- Silicone Grip Pads on Palm and Finger Tips
- Pull Loop
- Leather Grab Tab at Wrist
- MotionWrap™ Construction for Minimal Seaming
Alpin-wool™ Plus 63% polyester, 26% wool, 11% nylon
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 2.7oz / 77g (L)
- Men's Flurry Gloves™ (Review by By CD)
I have used these gloves to do everything from riding around on a golf cart in the snow to shooting in the rain. The gloves are not waterproof, (not advertised to be) but will take plenty of water before becoming saturated. The gloves insulate well even when soaking wet.The worst thing I can think of with this glove is they are harder to take off and on when soaked.I would recommend this glove to anyone needing a glove to wear around town or use for work or play.
(Posted on 4/16/11)
- Men's Flurry Gloves™ (Review by By Wolf)
These gloves have everything I was looking for. I didn't get these to drive in. I got these to backpack in. The material is wind resistant enough for me. When I am in the snow I really like how the material keeps my hands dry. The interior feels luxurious and the exterior is durable enough for my ultralight use. These gloves could have a bit more grip, but like I mentioned, I didn't get them for driving. They are great to use with my trekking poles.
(Posted on 2/12/11)
- Men's Flurry Gloves™ (Review by By jefe)
I live in northern Utah. I use these to shovel snow. I use them to scrape frost off the windows of my cars. I use them when I go driving. I use them when I'm on a walk in the winter, or just out and about. I think they're great. The fit is very good. I can get my hands into my pockets to pull out keys, or grab my phone without needing to take them off. Still, they're warm enough that I use them for all of my casual wear needs. The grip is good, but it's going to be the first thing that wears out on these gloves. I wish the grip would wear better.
(Posted on 1/29/11)
- Men's Flurry Gloves™ (Review by By Kid Falcon)
I have used O.R.'s Flurry Gloves as a safari guide. They are not so bulky as to make one have to remove them. I would frequently be jumping out of a vehicle after spotting an elusive animal (in temperatures at -20F) to set up spotting scopes, or use my binoculars to track an animal. With the Flurry Glove, i did not have to remove them each time as I would with a larger/thicker glove. Yet, my hands still remained warm. They are also easy to stuff inside pockets of most any jacket when stowing, and they dry quickly for immediate use. I would love if they had a drawstring to cinch up the cuff end.
(Posted on 1/2/11)
- Men's Flurry Gloves™ (Review by By AKC)
Got the gloves for a visit to Brussels, wore them for 6 days straight in minus temperatures. They fit well and provided enough grip for using a DSLR camera. The gloves are starting to pill and some bits of the silicon has been rubbed off due to use. Bottom Line: Good but expensive
(Posted on 12/29/10)
- Men's Flurry Gloves™ (Review by By ballbloke)
These gloves are great for walking in winter, keeping hands warm and dry whatever the weather and the fleecy interior feels very comfortable. They are also good for using with walking poles as the fingers have rubberised grip material.
(Posted on 12/5/10)