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Like a microwave for your hands, without the radiation.

Ready to keep your hands as hot as your skiing, the Black Diamond Women's Cayenne Glove features a battery-powered, integrated 3-level electric heating system, with flexible tape that wraps around your fingers to keep them warmer than a bowl full of chili. The Cayenne itself is a nimble, midweight glove, but it packs a toasty punch with 142g of PrimaLoft insulation and a waterproof Gore-Tex XCR membrane, and has a durable, four-way stretch nylon shell and reinforced goat-leather palm that will stand up to tree branches and ski edges. The lithium-polymer batteries have 10 hours of life, and you can recharge them without having to take them out of the glove, making it easy to stay warm for a whole day, or a whole ski vacation.

  • Integrated 3-level electric heating system
  • Rechargeable lithium-polymer batteries
  • 142g PrimaLoft insulation
  • Gore-Tex XCR waterproof membrane
  • Durable 4-way stretch nylon shell
  • Reinforced goat leather palm

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Beacon issues with this glove

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I have used this glove for about a year now, both for lift skiing and for bc skiing. During a recent beacon practice I noticed I wasn't picking up a signal until i was within 6m of the transmitting beacon. When i turned the gloves off, I picked up the signal from 35m, when i turned the gloves back on, i couldn't pick up the signal until within 6m again.

While these gloves work well for lift skiing, they need to be off if you are ever doing a rescue.

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Very useful observation. Which beacon did you find this issues with?