Unprecedented fit and dexterity.
Whether you're a backcountry enthusiast or bell-to-bell skier, you'll appreciate the likes of the Mountain Hardwear Typhon Glove. Its waterproof, windproof, and breathable OutDry membrane and water-resistant Q.Shield coating provide exceptional protection against winter's harsh elements, and its unique design means you have plenty of dexterity for grabbing ski poles or snow-shovel handles.
- Waterproof and windproof OutDry membrane fends off the cold winter wet, fresh snow, and melting icicles
- Q.Shield technology provides an advanced water repellency permanently fused into the shell fabric to prevent water from soaking in
- Water-resistant goatskin leather palm with reinforcements offers comfort and grip
- Plated wool polyester liner keeps your hands cozy and warm while you plow through feet of fresh snow
- Extreme Precurve patterning with Kevlar® stitching furnishes unprecedented fit and dexterity
- Four-way stretchy nylon soft shell boosts flex
- Gauntlet style and drawcord closure seal in warmth and block out the cold and elements
Share your thoughts
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
Used these gloves for one season. Loved them for backcountry skiing in the Alps. With liners plenty of warmth until -10c. First day of the second season while sledding with my kids the seam split at the inside base of my right thumb. No extreme usage, normal wear. Should have lasted more than one season. Great glove poor craftsmanship.
I bought these for skiing and whenever I'm filming in the snow. They have a tight fit. There's alot of extra stitching in the palms which I'm not sure is needed. I keep these gloves in my car all winter long just in case I forget my Medusas: http://www.backcountry.com/mountain-hardwear-medusa-glove#review-atg146656
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I used this (half the time) for a season of ice and skiing.The leather is barely waterproofed. The sewn-on patches are coming off. The fabric inner liner of the shell is only sewn to the fingertips, and it ripped off of all of them on one glove. It now turns inside-out anytime I remove the insulating layer. For a glove this expensive, I expect a lot more. Glad I bought it on sale, but it still wasn't worth it.