- Soft and Tactile Leather Palm
- Removable Idiot Cord
- Quick Drying
- Pull Loop
- Ladder-Lock Wrist Cinch
- DuoCinch™ Gauntlet Closure
- FlexAction™ Wrist Articulation Matches Natural Hand Position
Ventia Dry™ insert // 100% nylon back of hand // Stretch nylon fourchettes // WR goat leather palm // EnduraLoft™ Insulation 100% polyester: 333g on back of hand, 200g at palm, 133g at gauntlet
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 7.9oz / 223g (L)
- Comfortable, all-around good gloves (Review by aksmitty)
These gloves are very comfortable. All the features are well thought out, including the pull loops and cinch cords. Insulation is adequate for single digits. I've found that if very active, my hands tend to sweat in these gloves. The fit is slightly large, a trait I've found with other OR gloves I own; I can almost fit a thin liner glove in these. The Revolution has become my everyday "gotta have a gauntlet" glove.
(Posted on 2/9/14)
- about as versitile as they get (Review by great gloves)
I really enjoy these gloves. They kept me dry for hours in wet snow and warm in temps in the teens for several hours. I am not sure how warm I will be when it is subzero, but think that once moving I would probably be fine. I have really enjoyed them and they are now what I go for every day. They are one of the great values for gloves
(Posted on 10/30/13)
- Men's Revolution Gloves (Review by By 1-Armed Climber)
This is a great glove to wear in the Wisconsin winter. It keeps my hand warm and when I'm not holding anything my hand is in a comfortable and natural position. Being an amputee, the pull loop is great for me to easily grab with my prosthetic so that I do not punch holes in the glove like I do with all others. So I must say this is a friendly glove for amputees. It is very durable as well with daily use in the outdoors.
(Posted on 1/25/11)
- Men's Revolution Gloves (Review by By Violet the Ridgeback's Dad)
Good snug fit and very dry. I submerged my hands into an icy creek to retrieve a dog toy. Gloves kept my hands dry. Hands felt a bit chilly after 2+ hours out in 30 degrees.
(Posted on 12/27/10)