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Serious touring gear.

Choosing the right gear for a backcountry tour can be tricky. It's cold out, but once you start hiking or skinning, you heat up quickly. That's why softshells have become so popular. They offer plenty of protection while allowing your body to breathe well and regulate its temperature naturally. That's the theory behind the Outdoor Research StormSensor Glove. Made with breathable softshell material , the StormSensor lets your skin breathe and water vapor escape while offering protection from the wind and snow. The ToughTec leather palm even lets you use the touch features on your smart phone with out taking the gloves off, so you can fulfill your dreams of trading stocks and arranging carpools while enjoying pristine natural beauty.

  • Highly-breathable stretch soft shell fabric on the back of the hand
  • Soft fleece lining insulates and feels good on your skin
  • Durable ToughTec leather palm lets you use your smart phone with your gloves on
  • Pre-curved, anatomical fingers for a natural fit
  • Hook-and-loop closure seals out drafts

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wouldn't call this water resistant

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size

took these on a two day backcountry snowshoeing / climbing trip in tahoe in the winter. it was snowing, and raining at lower altitudes. these gloves soaked through. worst of all, the water released ink from the liner, and my hands were dyed black! after a few minutes of vigorous scrubbing with soap, hands are still black. (see pic.)

soaked through, dyed my hands black

soaked through, dyed my hands black

after vigorous scrubbing with soap, my hands still looked like this

Outdoor Research Sensor Gloves

This ever happen to you? Need to use your cell phone or touch-screen device on the ski lift, only to struggle with wrestling off your ski gloves in order to make the call? Here's our humorous take on that common predicament, and our solution: warm, touch-screen-friendly Outdoor Research gloves with TouchTec technology.


Good gloves

    I bought these for riding in cool conditions. I normally use mittens but these have been good. Adequately wind proof, haven't tried them in the wet. Easy to get on and off. I put my jersey arms under the gloves, the can make the velcro a little hard to do up, especially if I have my watch on. I would recommend them though.


    Great glove for FatFingering your screen

      This is a great glove for back country and on mountain skiing. It's just warm enough for most days as long as you aren't prone to cold hands. As far as use on a touch screen it works great for fat finger tasks like answering calls and viewing messages, but best of luck hitting the right letters to type a still have a glove on. Over all I'd say it's a great glove.