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Outdoor Research Mute Sensor Gloves - Men's

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    Shred the still, silent snow.

    The Outdoor Research Men's Mute Sensor Gloves have the protection you need when you ski the backcountry's faraway places. It uses snow-shedding goat leather and a waterproof breathable Ventia insert to keep your hand comfortably dry, and EnduraLoft insulation ensures warmth through winter. Molded EVA panels enhance protection when you're skiing and skinning through trees, and touchscreen compatibility lets you use your phone without taking the glove off.
    • Ventia insert
    • Goat leather shell
    • EnduraLoft insulation
    • Molded EVA panels
    • Touchscreen-compatible thumb and index
    • Palm grip
    • Nose wipe
    • Hook-and-loop wrist
    • Item #ODR00B6

    Tech Specs

    [shell] goat leather, [gauntlet] 100% nylon, [lining] 100% polyester tricot
    Ventia insert
    EnduraLoft (266g)
    hook-and-loop cuff
    Touchscreen Compatible
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding, backcountry
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Good but not quite warm enough

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Very happy with the overall build quality, fit and style of these gloves. Purchased XL size and they fit as expected. Touchscreen compatibility was iffy and basically non-existent when I had my phone in its waterproof case, though I understand others have had better luck. Only real complaint is that these got quite cold at the top of the mountain with the wind blowing, and once they got cold did not really warm up again until I went inside and took them off. Also lack of a removable glove liner makes moisture an issue if you get sweaty. This is my first new glove in a long time so I may find that this style just isn't well suited for me--thinking of trying a mitten next season.

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I picked up a pair of these on a super steep sale elsewhere (since they're last season's model) and even though I measured my palms and consulted the OR sizing chart, they were a size too big. So maybe order a size down, depending on the shape of your hand.

    The gloves are great! I use them for skiing, alpine touring, camping, and just getting around on any really cold days here in Denver. I've used them alone in temps into the teens with no problem, but my fingers do start getting cold around 10* F. I've used them with a glove liner down to about -10* F and been fine. The touchscreen compatibility works great, and I was pleasantly surprised that it still worked with my touchscreen-compatible glove liners on underneath. The leather and stitching seem to be well-constructed, though I've only used them for a month. The elastic leash/cuff works well. OR's lifetime warranty is a big plus.

    The only complaint I have is that it would be nicer to have a longer velcro across the wrist, and swap out the leather between the end of the velcro and the strap with a thinner material - maybe similar to the elastic cuff material. I tend to cinch the wrist velcro pretty tight, and the leather between gets folded over a bit and can get in the way of the velcro adhering. Since that leather is being covered up by the leather strap anyway, it seems redundant for the purposes of warmth etc. This is a minor complaint, though.

    Though I've only been using them for about a month, all signs point to these being great gloves that I'll use until they wear out.