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You relish backcountry powder and downhill days, so you  demand a glove that performs at the same level you do. Outdoor Research beefed up the Remote Glove with PrimaLoft insulation to push back against freezing temperatures and a Gore-Tex insert to make sure water can't get in. This glove creates a warm and dry protective environment even when the weather gets brutal.

  • Gore-Tex waterproof breathable insert seals out moisture while allowing water vapor to escape
  • Durable stretch-woven nylon on the back panel and gauntlet stands up to run-ins with stray tree branches
  • Leather palm gives you a sturdy grip while remaining supple
  • Laser-etched leather panels on the back and finger tips add a refined look and let you securely grip small objects like keys, phones, and your pass
  • Strategically placed PrimaLoft insulation—170g in the palm, twice the thickness on the top—holds the cold at bay without being overly bulky
  • FlexAction wrist articulation keys in on mobility allowing full range of motion in your wrist joint
  • SuperCinch gauntlet closure stops snow from getting packed under your glove
  • Ladder-lock wrist cinch with easy-grip keeps warm air right around your hand so your fingers won't freeze
  • Removable idiot cord secures this glove so it won't go flying if you take a dive or pull your glove off to check your phone on the lift
  • Nose wipe keeps your upper lip presentable
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    These gloves have kept my fingers dry through the wettest of days. I've skied, hiked, shoveled, and snowmobiled in these and have no complaints. It's a tough glove that fits your hand perfectly and keeps you warm and dry. Plenty of ski bums try to get away with cheap Kinco's in the mountains. There's NO comparison!! These are the real-deal and worth the money.

    Are there removable liners

    Are there removable liners

    Best Answer

    No. The liner is fleece which is surrounded by a ton of synthetic insulation and then the outer shell. The liners are not removable, they are sewn into the glove. This has the advantage that you dont pull the fingers out when taking the gloves off. It has the disadvantage of not drying as quickly on expeditions. Put the gloves inside your layers next to your body at night to dry them off if that's your application.