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Be a Rambla-in man.

Toss your bulky gloves into the back of the closet and slip your fingers into the Black Diamond Rambla Glove. Made for touring, this glove offers ultimate dexterity and weather protection in a slim, lightweight package. Four-way stretch nylon allows the shell to flex, a Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane handles wet weather, and a combination of PrimaLoft insulation and a fleece lining fend off temperatures all the way down to zero. All this and a single Rambla glove weighs only as much as a heavy pair of wool socks, so it won't slow you down when you're hitting the skin track in pursuit of big alpine objectives.

  • Four-way stretch woven nylon shell
  • Goatskin leather palm and fingers
  • Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex XCR insert
  • 100g fleece lining
  • 170g PrimaLoft One insulation
  • Short hook-and-loop cuff
  • Dextrous 3D patterning

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Awesome glove

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I've used these gloves for 2 seasons now and they are my go to glove for skiing in mid winter temps. The glove is super dexterous and I can take my skins off, fidddle with my dynafits, etc. without taking them off. The glove feels pretty trim on my hands and the gore-tex keeps my hands dry. I'm buying a second pair.


smells nice

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Another glove that doesnt do it. What is the first thing you want from a glove when skiing? Warm is obvious, DRY??? You pick up your skis more than four times and the snow melts right through the leather, leaving it stained and your hands freezing.. So how many stars can I give for that?? It looks good, smells nice, but fails at its function...