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Outdoor Research Alpine Alibi II Glove

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    Protection, grip, dexterity, and comfort, without compromise.

    When you're hanging onto a frozen waterfall by a couple of pieces of metal, you want all the grip and comfortable dexterity you can get. The Outdoor Research Alpine Alibi II Glove is purpose-built for ice climbing and doesn't compromise anything in the pursuit. For weather protection it has a waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex insert with X-trafit technology and a nylon stretch soft shell exterior. Pittards Oiltac goat leather palm and fingers provide supple, durable grip. Inside this bomber glove is efficient, toasty-warm PrimaLoft One fleece insulation and a wool palm lining. An internal gusset increases mobility, and SuperCinch gauntlet seals out the elements. There's a removable Idiot Cord for added security when you're feeling less sharp.

    A climbing glove isn't a climbing glove unless it has more than comfy weather protection. This glove has a carabiner loop, nose wipe, gel padding on outside edge, foam panels on back, and precurved construction for added mobility. Protection, comfort, fit, and dexterity—this glove makes no compromise.

    • Gore-Tex inert with X-Trafit technology
    • Nylon stretch soft shell exterior
    • Pittards Oiltac goat leather palm and fingers
    • PrimaLoft One polyester insulation
    • Primaloft One 170g insulation on back of hand and thumb
    • Wool lining at palm
    • SuperCinch gauntlet
    • Gel padding on outer edge
    • Internal gusset
    • Precurved construction
    • Foam panels on back of hand
    • Soft nose wipe
    • Carabiner loop
    • Item #ODR1156

    Tech Specs

    Material
    nylon stretch softshell, [palm and fingers] Pittards Oiltac goat leather, [panels on back of hand] foam
    Insulation
    PrimaLoft One, [palm] wool, [back of hand and thumb] PrimaLoft One (170g)
    Waterproofing
    Gore-Tex membrane with X-trafit technology
    Closure
    SuperCinch gauntlet
    Gauntlet
    yes, SuperCinch closure
    Nose Wipe
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    10.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine climbing, mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    I don't get it.

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    On paper, these are my dream gloves. But after having ice climbed with them in -20* F to shoveling my driveway in 25*F, they just won't keep my fingers warm. I got them in Medium because that's what I wear normally, but the diameter of the fingers would fit a Costco polish sausage with ease. The length of the fingers is adequate, but they are just too loose around the fingers. I wanted to love these gloves, which makes it such a let down for me.

    Hey there, I am sorry that these are not what you wanted them to be. These gloves have worked really well for many, but you offer good feedback. Let me send your review over to the glove designer at OR. This kind of stuff makes us better!

    Thanks for writing,

    Leta
    OR Rep

    Fall 2012 Generation was much better

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I had a pair of the previous generation, and they were much better. I loved them so much I wanted to get a back up pair. The new (Fall 2013) pair is much cheaper in construction, the fit is much bulkier, the "idiot cord" has a worse cinch, and the design looks childish.



    Frankly, it looks like the brand is sacrificing quality in order to cut manufacturing costs.

    Outdoor Research Fit is Off

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I ordered the size large and extra large to try both but the large fit too snug and the xl way too big. Also, seems like the liners would pull out when not wanting them to. Keeping the Hestra Guide so far and considering keeping the Arcteryx Alpha SV for bomber weatherproofing and dexterity.

    these gloves are made for climbing, but...

    these gloves are made for climbing, but will they work just as well for skiing.