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Men's Stormtracker Sensor Gloves

#244881

The Do-It-All Glove
$75.00
COLOR black
SIZE: S - In stock
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Updated for touchscreen compatibility, the StormTracker Sensor Gloves are equally at home alpine climbing, ski touring or ice climbing. Low-profile GORE® WINDSTOPPER®. Soft Shell fabric deflects biting gusts, and a tricot lining retains valuable heat. The streamlined profile allows for amazing breathability, unprecedented dexterity and extraordinary tactility.
Fabric :
GORE® WINDSTOPPER® soft shell
94% nylon
6% spandex face fabric with 100% polyester backer
Water-resistant goat leather palm
100% polyester tricot lining
Touch-Screen goat leather thumb and index fingertip
Weight :
4.4oz / 126g Avg. Weight for size L
  • Fabric Performance:
  • Water-Resistant
  • Breathable
  • Windproof
  • UltraTactile
  • Lightweight
  • Wicking
  • Quick Drying
  • Soft and Tactile Leather Palm
  • Design Features:
  • Touch-Screen Compatible
  • Pull-On Loop
  • Glove Clip
  • Functional Details:
  • Undercuff Construction
  • Elasticized Wrist
  • Tapered Wrist
  • Zippered Gauntlet
  • Gusseted Wrist Entry

RATING AND REVIEWS

Functional Glove!

5

Use these gloves for my AM trail runs. They have kept my digits warm on 30 mile jaunts in 20 degree weather and provide enough dexterity to open nutrition on the move.

Sioux Falls, SD

Yes

Warmth and dexterity

4

A nice mixed climbing glove. Lots of dexterity and decent warmth in mild temps. Climbs great but tough to zip up.

Halifax NS, Canada

Yes

Work as advertised

4

Wear these for SAR tasks. They fit well and I can use my device while wearing gloves. Could be a bit warmer though.

Kamloops, BC

Yes

Best all round winter glove I've ever used

5

I have the original stormtrackers and have been using them for the past 5 years daily through the winter for everything from casual use to xc skiing, fatbiking, hiking, snowshoeing, snowman building with the kids :) Durability is fantastic. They still feel like they are new and have only gotten better with time. Leather palms are great for grip and the soft shell sheds snow well and keeps the hands toasty. Thanks OR for another fantastic product.

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Yes

Not what they used to be

3

I've about worn out my original Stormtrackers that I've had for probably 4 years or so. I loved those gloves, so I ordered a new pair in the orange color. First problem, the sizing is completely different. My old ones were mediums and fit, well, like a glove. The new mediums were way too big. I got a pair of smalls and the fit is better, but still off. Bulkier than the original and the leather is different as well. Maybe the leather needed to change to get the touchscreen capability, which is only on the index finger, but it seems like a downgrade. Hopefully that'll change with break in, but it's much less supple. I'm sure they'll still function well, I think they've got a great blend of windproofness, breathability, and warmth for most non-frigid days. And they probably still fit better than most of the other gloves I've tried on. I'm just disappointed, the Stormtrackers went from being an absolutely perfect backcountry skiing glove to being just average.

Idaho Falls, ID

Yes

Wrap Your Hands in Heaven

4

The Stormtracker Sensor Gloves are my go to glove whether I'm on my bike, hiking, or skating skiing. The warmth they provide is more than one would expect from a glove of this type. Their easy to pull on with the over size loops and feel like heaven on your hands. Their not bulky which means minimal loss of dexterity. They do well in the rain as well and dry fast. The only downside is that if your hands are wet the lining tends to come with your fingers as you take them off, meaning getting into them next time could be a challenge. This can be remedied by pinching the finger tips as you take them off.

Carbondale, CO

Yes

Love these gloves.

5

Love these gloves, can't wait for Winter to Come.

Atlanta, GA

Yes

Good gloves, poor durability.

4

These are my second pair. I'll keep coming back, but the soft goat leather palms and fingers shread on sharp Rockies limestone.

AB, Canada

Yes

Great ski touring gloves

5

I have had 2 pairs of these over the years and they have been my go to glove for ski touring in Colorado. The windstopper material takes the edge off of the weather while providing breathability on the uphill. They are not super waterproof and will get wet during spring couloir climbs, but they shed winter snow easily and provide enough insulation for both up and downhill skiing year-round in warmer climates. Soft shell material is flexible and the leather palm provides solid grip on ski poles. I am buying another pair only because I lost my last ones!

Colorado

Yes

Great pair of gloves

4

Used these as my primary pair of gloves for a mid May climb of Rainier. They performed great, good grip and keep my hands dry. It was particularly warm that weekend, so there was no real need for warmer gloves until we got above 11k. They look and feel like a high quality gloves that will give me many years of use.

Greenville, Sc

Men's Stormtracker Sensor Gloves

4.3 10

100.0

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Gloves Size guide

Gloves


Mesurement shown in:
MENS’S S/7 M/8 L/9 XL/10
CIRCUM 7 – 7¾17.8 – 19.7 8 – 8½20.3 – 21.6 9 – 9½22.8 – 24.1 9½ – 1024.1 – 25.4
LENGTH 6½ – 716.5 - 17.8 7½ – 819.7 - 20.3 8½ – 921.6 - 22.8 9 – 9½22.8 - 24.1
WOMEN’S S/6 M/7 L/8
CIRCUM 6½ – 7¼16.5 – 18.4 7¼ – 818.4 – 20.3 8 – 8¼20.3 – 21
LENGTH 6½ – 716.5 - 17.8 7 – 7½17.8 – 19.7 7½ – 8+19.7 - 20.3+
UNISEX XS/6 S/7 M/8 L/9 XL/10
CIRCUM 6½ – 7¼16.5 – 18.4 7¼ – 818.4 – 20.3 8 – 8½20.3 – 21.6 8½ – 9½21.6 – 24.1 9½ – 1024.1 – 25.4
LENGTH 6½ – 716.5 - 17.8 7 – 7½17.8 – 19.7 7½ – 819.7 - 20.3 8 – 920.3 – 22.8 9 – 9½22.8 - 24.1
KID’S S/1 M/2 L/3 S/4 M/5 L/6
AGE 2 – 3Y 3 – 4Y 4 – 5Y 6 – 8Y 9 – 11Y 12 – 14Y
CIRCUM 4½ – 5½11.4 - 14 5½ – 614 – 15.2 6 – 6½15.2 - 16.5
LENGTH 4½ – 5¼11.4 - 13.3 5¼ – 613.3 – 15.2 6 – 6½15.2 - 16.5

How to measure


Measure around a flat hand at the knuckles,do not include your thumb. Also measure your hand length from the base of your palm to the end of your middle finger. Use the larger of the two measurements to select your glove size.