- Material: [body] Stretchdry, [lining] merino wool
- Palm Grip: yes
- Touchscreen Compatible: yes
- Recommended Use: casual
- Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year
Introducing the Sealskinz Ultra Grip Gauntlet Gloves from Sealskinz.
The Astis Makalu Gloves are named after the fifth highest mountain in the world, located south of Mount Everest. And while we don’t recommend wearing them to summit the Himalayas, we do recommend wearing them on all but the coldest ski days. Their silicone-treated leather resists moisture from snow, while a plush layer of Polartec Thermal Pro insulation provides enough warmth for most ski days.
The Tanto Glove from Pow Gloves provides enough warmth for bone-chilling temperatures without making you feel like you’re wearing boxing gloves. The goat leather and synthetic outer provides low-profile durability, and the 4oz Thinsulate Gold synthetic insulation cranks up the heat, keeping your hands warm on those days when it’s so cold your boogers freeze the instant you step outside. The tapered cuff lets the Tanto sit comfortably under your jacket sleeve, and a Hipora waterproof, breathable insert keeps your digits dry.
Think about it. How could a glove even compete with a Boa closure to dial in your fit? Webbing will never pull as evenly as the the Vapor Boa lace system. Neoprene limits stretch without losing comfort. That means no sagging and no change in the fit of your glove over time. It’s exclusive to Vapor Boa! Aramid palm material contributes flexibility and max grip.
The Randonee Glove is Mountain Equipment’s premiere choice for winter climbers, guides, and rescue teams. Finished with 3XDry, the Schoeller Dryskin Extreme softshell is extremely water-resistant as well as stretchy and breathable. The fibre lining provides a surprising amount of warmth, and it wicks moisture and dries quickly for extra comfort. Pittards Armortan leather gives the palm a good grip, and the Pre-curved construction includes a 3-part thumb and roll-tip fingers for added dexterity.