Project Gloves™

Style# 244879OR

Placing protection on ice sucks, but less so with the new Project gloves. We made maximizing dexterity the motivation behind every material and design choice with this baby. From the precision 3DFit Technology™ and waterproof Gore-Tex® Grip liners that remove every millimeter of excess bulk, to the supreme grip of Pittards® Oiltac leather and bonded, no-slip PrimaLoft® Grip insulation, they bring warmth and precision to your most technical winter projects.






  • Fabric Performance: Waterproof, Breathable, Windproof, Ultra- Tactile, Wicking, Pittards® Oiltac Leather Palm, Molded EVA Foam
  • Design Features: Carabiner Loop, Pull-On Loop, Sculpted Neoprene Cuffs, Protective Overlays on Critical Seams
  • Functional Details: Hook and Loop Wrist Closure, Undercuff Construction, Contoured Wrist, Tapered Wrist, Anatomically Contoured Patterning, FlexAction™ Wrist Articulation Matches Natural Hand Position, 3DFit Technology™


Fabric: GORE-TEX® Grip Insert, 90% nylon, 10% spandex stretch laminated twill - Pittards® OilTac water-resistant leather - EnduraloftTM insulation 100% polyester / 266 g/m2 at back of hand, PrimaLoft® Gold with Grip 100% po

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 6.8oz / 192g (L)

Customer Reviews

Overall Performer (Review by Mychal)

I'm a big fan of this new glove. I can't compare it to the previous Warrant gloves, but my experience with this pair so far has been stellar.

The insulation is enough to keep your hands just warm enough for most conditions, while giving you great dexterity to place screws, clip draws, tie ropes, and all the important parts of climbing. If you're climbing in the sun these could probably be good down to single digit temps. In the shade or climbing wet ice in the cold, these might be just a touch too light. Mitts are helpful for cold belays to keep your hands warm.

I have the Alibi II gloves for warm days on ice and mixed climbing, but the Projects are my go to for ice, and would be good on mixed routes in bad weather.

(Posted on 12/28/16)

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