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Black Diamond Digital Liner

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    Windproof hand protection that allows you to text away while you ride the chair.

    Whether you use the Black Diamond Digital Liner alone on spring afternoons or beneath your shell mitten on storm days you won't be disappointed. Made with ultralight windproof Windstopper fabric, the Digital keeps the wind's bitter bite at bay during slush conditions, while its digital thumb and finger tips use a conductive material for touch-screen functionality.

    • Gore Windstopper Edge shell offers you lightweight wind protection as well as breathability while you spring ski or shovel the driveway
    • Conductive material on the thumb and index finger allows for gloves-on use of your touch screen smartphone or MP3 player
    • Goat leather palm patch for extra grip
    • Item #BLD3352

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] Windstopper softshell, [palm] goat leather
    Windproof
    yes, Windstopper
    Recommended Use
    layering, touring, running
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: xs

    My hands run cold, all year. I was thinking that I would be able to use these gloves only when the temps were chilly and not cold. I was wrong. I wore them hiking a couple of days ago and it was in the 20's. My hands warmed right up in them and actually started to get hot. What a pleasant surprise! It was also quite windy out. These gloves are Windstopper, and I didn't feel any breeze through them at all! They perform well with leather palm. A nice all around glove!

    Sweet skinner gloves, sub touchscreen...

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

    I wear these gloves on every skintrack I've been on, whether it's a frigid dawn patrol or a warm bluebird day, and although the glove gets the job done (blocking wind), I'm honestly disappointed to say that the touchscreen-compatible fingertips fell apart within a couple of weeks. I don't care too much, because I'm not on my phone when I'm skiing, and the glove's main fabric was underneath the fingertips, but I feel like I'd be lying if I didn't say that. If you want a good pair of gloves to wear while skinning and sweating uphill, then these gloves get the job done. If you're looking for a pair of gloves to take selfies and acheive #instafame status, then a different pair of touchscreen-compatible gloves might be in order.

    GO TO GLOVES

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

    for four season backpacking in CO. I use these as a liner as needed in winter/shoulder seasons and stand alone in warmer weather (30+). Never thought I would need a touchscreen compliant glove in the backcountry, but these do work (damn you, Apple).

    Keep Your Gloves On!

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

    I needed a liner glove with a little extra weight to them, so I figured I would give these a try. They are perfect for ski touring and can be coupled with many other mittens and gloves to add extra warmth on those brutally cold days. The windstopper doesn't work quite as well as my older hardshell style, but cuts the wind down greatly to keep those fingers warm longer.

    The digital part of the glove really works too! I wouldn't go so far as to say you can type an intelligible text message with them on, are great for swiping commands on the iPhone and taking a few quick snapshots.

    *Updated- After a heavy season of use these liners blew out in the index fingers. Fairly typical for liners from my experience.

    What windstopper?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    These gloves do not stop the wind! I was really excited about this purchase and the gloves seemed to perform well around town, then I took them on the mountain. It was about 30 degrees with relatively no wind. These gloves did not keep my hands warm. The wind blows right through them, especially at the fingertips. I would recommend the mid-weight glove liner with the Polartec material. Polartec performs much better than Windstopper. I can ski all day with just the mid-weight glove liner. If you want something that works well with your touch screen, black diamond makes a mid-weight glove liner that can accommodate. It also has the Polartec material.