It can handle whatever you throw at it.
The Mountain Hardwear Dragon's Claw Glove is warm enough to stand up to a full day of play and tough enough for a full day of work. The goatskin leather palm and fingers are stitched with Kevlar for added durability, and the Thermic Micro synthetic insulation stays warm even if it gets wet.
- Durable nylon shell with wool and polyester blend lining
- Tough goatskin leather palm, fingers, and thumb
- Q.Shield durable water repellant keeps water from soaking into shell
- OutDry waterproof breathable laminate keeps your hand dry without clamminess
- Extreme Precurve articulated fingers for a natural fit with added dexterity
- Super-tough Kevlar stitching
Share your thoughts
Cold... For me...
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've used it a few times and at sub- freezing temperatures it seems to freeze up. Liners might help but the XL is a tight fit for my 26cm hands and I'm looking for a cold weather glove after shelling out $150 or so for these guys. I like the fit and they let the fingers work well though. Just too cold for my hands in Hokkaido. My hands tend to get cold easily.
Nice glove - cuffs need rethinking
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Wore these gloves for the first time skiing yesterday. Warm and dry; no problem. Cuff was nearly too thick for shell to pull over them. Found that I left gloves on when I might have taken them off (to answer phone, etc.) because of difficulty pulling shell cuffs / sleeves back over the glove while on the slopes.
Initial concerns about tight fit and stiffness were unfounded - fit "like a glove" and broken in after 1-2 hours of use.