Men's Highcamp 3-Finger Gloves

Style# 243267OR

WARMTH AND DEXTERITY COMBINED Constructed with waterproof and breathable Ventia™ inserts and a nylon shell, the HighCamp 3-Finger Gloves are filled with water-resistant PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation. and offer the warmth of a mitt and the functionality of a glove.






  • Fabric Performance: Waterproof, Breathable, Windproof, Wicking, Water-Resistant Leather Palm, Moonlight Pile Fleece Lining
  • Design Features: Touch-Screen-Compatible Removable Liner, AntiSlip Silicone Pads on Liner, Removable Leash, Pull-On Loop, Glove Clip
  • Functional Details: Ladder-Lock Wrist Cinch, SuperCinch Gauntlet™, Pre-Curved Construction


Fabric: Ventia™ insert - 100% nylon shell - Water-resistant goat leather palm - PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation 100% Polyester 340g/m2 in shell, 100% Tricot lining at back of hand, Moonlight Pile Fleece 100% polyester Palm Lining,

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 9.2oz / 260g (L)

Customer Reviews

Hitting the sweet spot (Review by Richard)

I've been using these gloves almost daily for the last few months, between front and back county skiing, road and mountain biking, and related winter adventures. I'm an older, active guy and my finger get cold easily, so I'm loving the features of these gloves. Overall, I feel like I get the warmth of mittens with the dexterity of gloves. With the index finger separated, I can do most of the grabbing of poles or handle bars or even opening zippers. The generous neck of gloves allows me to ball my hand below the finger tubes when they do get cold. Very well suited for general purpose adventuring - I have yet to wish I had 5 finger gloves on.

(Posted on 1/28/17)

Dig these (Review by Rob)

I got these to replace the Mutants that I'd had for ~15 years but still work.
I love these. The inner gloves were what I used on a -12F (high) day pheasant hunting. Bare skin on a trigger guard was a no-go, everyone else was struggling with fire controls and bulky gloves. I kept the shell on the non-trigger hand.
Well made, nimble, comfortable, definitely an upgrade over the OR Mutant.

(Posted on 1/6/17)

Best Gloves for Every Activity (Review by ja28)

I mostly use these gloves for biking during the winter season, whether its on my road bike or fat bike. Its the ideal glove since I brake with index finger and then the rest can stay on the bar to grip. I've been using these for two seasons now, and even in -30 degrees my hands stay warm! Even after two years the gloves still look like new and hold up under the toughest of conditions. The insert also makes a great spring/fall glove. A two in one kind of deal!

(Posted on 2/13/15)

Good but not perfect (Review by Moondog55)

I purchased without trying on using the online sizing chart and previous experience with OR gloves and mitts. I bought XL and find them larger than normal in sizing. They are much softer and more tactile than my other mitt, the "Mutant" and they are very warm and easy to don/doff but they could have a much greater pre-curve for easy use with ski poles and the axe and they really do not need the stiff Velcro which attaches the liner to the mitt. A second negative is that there doesn't seem to be adequate DWR on the fabric outer as in Australias wet snow conditions they wetted out very fast and took quite a while to dry out. I personally prefer my pull-on loop on the back of the gauntlet cuff but that is a minor matter and easily fixed. I will be trying to swap mine for the next size down { XL -> L} and then adding a decent shell mitt for the wetter and/or colder conditions. As a bonus these mitts do fit inside my US Army Arctic mittens in place of the issue trigger finger gloves making the system usable down to extreme negative temperatures
No guidance or information on how to treat the leather palm came with the gloves and that is an oversight which should be corrected but I will use either Snowseal or Nikwax there as it improves both the grip and the weather resistance

(Posted on 8/14/14)

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