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Mountain Hardwear Plasmic Glove - Women's

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    No need to get your hands cold on the chairlift to answer that call when you have the touchscreen-compatible Women's Plasmic Gloves from Mountain Hardwear.

    • Dry.Q EVAP 40D nylon body
    • Stimulus synthetic leather palm (touchscreen compatible)
    • OutDry waterproof laminate
    • Hook-and-loop wrist closure
    • Carabiner loops
    • Item #MHW007K

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] Dry.Q 40D nylon, [palm] Stimulus synthetic leather
    Waterproofing
    OutDry membrane
    Style
    undercuff glove
    Closure
    hook-and-loop wrist
    Touchscreen Compatible
    yes, Stimulus
    Claimed Weight
    2.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing & snowboarding, winter casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Paper thin gloves

    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: large . I have big climber hands.

    These gloves were said to be for skiing or snowboarding. Used them once on a fairly warm snow day. My fingers froze! Grabbed my $10 gloves that I had from Rite Aid and those were MUCH better. First time I have ever had a lousy experience with Mountain Hardwear stuff. Disappointing.

    These gloves are not insulated. The reference to a chairlift may have meant using them as a liner glove beneath an insulated glove or mitt--it should be more specific!
    Current MH descriptions now say "Like a breathable rain-jacket for your hands, these gloves were designed to keep you comfortable no matter how active you get."