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Wander far and protect your fingers in the process.

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 material 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 as low as zero degrees Fahrenheit. All this and a single Rambla glove weighs only as much as a heavy pair of wool socks. For the backcountry skier constantly manipulating buckles, skins, straps, and zippers in cold weather, this Black Diamond glove is just right.

  • Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane with XCR technology keeps your hand dry from wet snow and free of sweat
  • Woven nylon shell with four-way stretch for comfort and dexterity
  • Insulation includes 142g PrimaLoft One synthetic insulation and a 100g fleece lining for comfortable warmth between 0-30 degrees Fahrenheit (-18 to -1 Celsius)
  • Palm and fingers feature goat leather for strength and durability
  • 3D patterning positions your fingers and grip naturally for improved dexterity
  • Cuff and hook-and-loop closure sit close to the wrist so the sleeve of your jacket slides over both easily

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Beartooth Mountains

Beartooth Mountains

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The Rambla kept my fingers warm in the 10-30 degree temperatures outside of Cooke City, Montana!

5 5

Great gloves

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm a huge fan of these gloves. I purchased them for a recent trip and used them as my go-to gloves for the entirety. The only problems I had were my hands getting too warm on sunnier days. I'm normally a size large in BD gloves and these are no exception. They seem just a tad longer in the fingers than some other larges for BD. Overall though the dexterity is plenty. I was mostly able to manipulate my rope and gear with these on, though I did take them off sometimes in order to get things done a littler more quickly. The leather seems like it is starting to wear a bit. That tends to happen with all gloves after a time though, so it's not particularly an issue.