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Mountain Equipment Randonee Glove


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    5 Reviews


    Sending gloves for the snowy season.

    The Randonee Glove is Mountain Equipment's premiere choice for winter climbers, guides, and rescue teams. Finished with 3XDry, the Schoeller Dryskin Extreme softshell is extremely water-resistant as well as stretchy and breathable. The fibre lining provides a surprising amount of warmth, and it wicks moisture and dries quickly for extra comfort. Pittards Armortan leather gives the palm a good grip, and the Pre-curved construction includes a 3-part thumb and roll-tip fingers for added dexterity.

    • Schoeller Dryskin Extreme softshell
    • 3XDry water-resistant finish
    • Fibre lining
    • Pittards Armortan leather palm
    • Pre-curved construction
    • Nose wipe
    • Item #MEQ000W

    Tech Specs

    [shell] Schoeller DrySkin Extreme, 3XDry treatment, [palm] Pittards Armortan goatskin, [lining] pile
    hook-and-loop cuff
    Palm Grip
    yes, Pittards Armortan leather
    Claimed Weight
    5.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    I love these gloves

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are a solid glove for most touring outings. The only time they aren't ideal is when temperatures really fall, anything above 10 degrees Fahrenheit with activity these are great. Below that I need a bit more burly insulation.

    Dexterity is great with these as well.

    The fit is perfect if you follow sizing recommendations.

    Best touring gloves

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Excellent mid weight touring gloves. Burly design with rolled fingers for better dexterity than other brands. The softball makes them more breathable than my goretex gloves yet still waterproof. Easy to slip on. Super comfy pile liner.

    Wish they were bigger

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If they made an XXL this would be my fav glove. I have very large hands and getting gloves that are big enough is next to impossible. I still use these gloves all the time even though I have other ones that fit better. They are super warm very water resistant. I do a lot of rope work and these have held up very well. For the price I think they are very very good gloves. I have several pairs of gloves that I have paid a lot more than $70s for but still seem to find my way back to these when I need a glove that I know will be warm and can hold up to abuse and won't let me down.

    The finest all-round glove?

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Of all the gloves we produce, there are two which always, and I mean always, go into my winter pack. The Randonee is one of those pairs of gloves.

    I use them for everything - winter climbing on everything from cascades to mixed, a back-up glove in the alps and for cold days on ski. Why - because they're really warm, they're incredibly comfortable and they just crush everything.

    Its the mix of Schoeller Softshell outer and warm in all conditions Fibre Pile lining that make these gloves tick.

    Warm and dexterous - my advice, buy them a little snug and let the fibre pile bed in - that way they're tactile enough to use on the sharp end of the rope, if you want them for skiing you can probably just go with your regular size.

    Having no waterproof lining means these gloves are incredibly breathable, but that doesn't mean they're just suitable for dry climates. These have done countless seasons for me in the UK winter, but I've also used them everywhere from the Alps to the Pacific Casades. The Shoeller Dryskin keeps snow-melt at bay, and if and when they do get damp, the 100% fibre pile lining keeps on working. With no lining they're quick to dry and more importantly you can get your hands in and out when your glove or your hands are damp.

    I'm biased of course but they're still awesome.