- Removable liner features a BDry waterproof membrane to repel snow, rain, and melting ice; membrane is breathable so that evaporating sweat and excess heat can pass through
- Four-way stretch nylon shell won't restrict precision movements
- PrimaLoft One insulation on the back of the hand and palm helps shelter your paw from the cold without restricting mobility or dexterity
- Goat-leather palm features KEVLAR®-reinforced stitching for added strength
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How's this one different to the Prodigy...
How's this one different to the Prodigy in terms of warm and dexterity? For alpine climbing and mountaineering wich one is more suitable?
Great glove but no wrist cords
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
Powder day at Alta, mid 20 temperatures, dumping wet snow. Hands warm all day, even when gloves got wet. Great fit (XL), good dexterity. Only problem is the gloves have the loop to secure some elastic wrist cords, but do not provide the cords themselves. Wish I'd known that when I bought. Would have bought the cords at the same time.
Nice insulation, but chunky
The removable liner make it chunky and hard to grab litter things whit your fingers, especially when you want to tighten the gloves. About insulation, you will feel your hands not just "warm" when the temperatures above the freezing point. Hiking in Mt. Washington during winter is ideal for this one.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Really awesome gloves, build quality of them is awesome, everything is well made! Liners of these are velcro'd in, and come out super easily to dry out! I can't wait to really use them and I will be using these on Mt. Washington to test them pretty thoroughly. UPDATE: I didn't even have to use them on Washington, but I did use them on Lafayette. Sleet and snow made for cold temperatures, and these kept my hands warm, no problem! My hands weren't even wet. Using these gloves for general mountaineering, they wear super well, and I love the pre-curved design, because it still does allow for a decent amount of dexterity. Coupled with a pair of liner gloves, they are excellent for an over-glove, and keep my hands plenty warm.