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A tough leather glove worthy of the Big Stone.

Sporty belays, big-wall jugging, and strenuous aid pitches all wreak havoc on your hands but still require some dexterity, which is where the Black Diamond Stone Climbing Glove comes in. This goat leather glove’s ¾-length fingers give you the sensitivity you need, while the reinforcement patches and KEVLAR® stitching provide the durability necessary for day after day of life on the rocks.

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I can't seem to find a tape measure anywhere...

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I can't seem to find a tape measure anywhere around town... I'm an average-sized lady at 5'4", 130lbs and I'm thinking about ordering the Small. I would say my hands are also average for my size... Does that sound about right?

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Sounds like solid reasoning to me, but it's hard to say with much confidence if you don't actually know what length your hands are. Another option is to order the small and the medium and then return the one that doesn't fit.

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Great idea! I'm also figuring that it won't be QUITE as pertinent to get an exact size because they're half fingers... Thanks :)

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amazing !

love these gloves i've used them for climbing all the time they are super durable,i even use them some times for weightlifting.the holes on the Velcro make them especiallay convenient.

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Why not?

Seriously, these are always on my harness...wether im sport climbing in southern ut,red-pointing in bcc, or climbing near logan.

is this glove good for jamming or does it...

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is this glove good for jamming or does it get in the way

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No. Don't buy these for jamming. If you absolutely need to cover your hands. Try a tape glove, a rubber glove, or you can waste your money on some Hand Jammies. I attached tape glove instructions. This is just one common way to make a tape glove. If you don't want to keep the tape glove, just wrap your hand in tape using as little as possible, cut if off and throw it away at the end of the day.

This is an article from Climbing magazine showing how to make a rubber glove. http://www.climbing.com/print/techtips/tttrad225/

Some say that gloves, no matter how tight, still slide and the thickness reduces sensitivity. Others swear by them.

No. Don't buy these for jamming. If you absolutely need to cover your hands. Try a tape glove, a rubber glove, or you can waste your money on some Hand Jammies. I attached tape glove instructions. This is just one common way to make a tape glove. If you don't want to keep the tape glove, just wrap your hand in tape using as little as possible, cut if off and throw it away at the end of the day. <br/>  <br/> This is an article from Climbing magazine showing how to make a rubber glove. http://www.climbing.com/print/techtips/tttrad225/ <br/>  <br/> Some say that gloves, no matter how tight, still slide and the thickness reduces sensitivity. Others swear by them.