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Outdoor Research StormTracker Glove

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    The forecast says it'll be warm with no chance of wind ... inside your glove, that is.

    With its windproof and breathable WindStopper shell and full-leather, wrap-around palm, it's not surprising that the Outdoor Research Storm Tracker Glove is a favorite of backcountry skiers all over the west. Built tough with an pre-shaped fingers and a medium-sized gauntlet to fit over the sleeves of your jacket, this cold-weather glove shields your digits from the wind and provides them with plenty of dexterity for the myriad of tasks you'll need to perform during your backcountry tour, alpine climb, or winter expedition.
    • Item #ODR0823

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] WindStopper, [lining] tricot, [palm and fingers] leather
    Removable Liner
    no
    Waterproofing
    water-resistant
    Gauntlet
    yes
    Goggle Wipe
    no
    Nose Wipe
    no
    Hand-warmer Pocket
    no
    Claimed Weight
    (pair, large) 6 oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, touring, winter trekking, snowshoeing, alpine climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Great gloves

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    Bought these as a gift for my son. He currently wears them while riding his bike in the Utah winter. He loves the warmth, wind blockage, and water repellency. The are also a perfect fit for his hands.

    Backcountry Glove

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I have been using this in the backcountry and love the glove. A great glove to exercise with. I do carry a warmer glove for when the weather turns colder and for the decent.

    Great softshell glove!

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    These are probably my favorite softshell gloves I have ever used. They are incredibly comfortable, and provide the perfect amount of warmth for medium-cold activities. My personal use is cycling, primarily, and they work perfectly. Considering the most significant factor on a bike is windchill, the Windstopper membrane is perfect. I'm also a big fan of the zipper on the cuff, as it allows you to pull the cuff over a jacket sleeve and then pretty well cinch it down.

    Definitely recommend!

    Great gloves.

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:Runs large

    For a softshell glove, this glove is fantastic, warm, stretchy, durable with great grip. I wish mine hadn't been stolen by someone in my former work place... Oh well.

    A great glove

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    This is just a great glove for everyday winter use running walking skiing etc. definatly have limitations on how warm they keep me but if breaking trail they are perfect even in the low teens. Put another glove over them or switch them out at the top and you will have happy warm hands. Those warm gloves would be all clammy at the top for me. The dexterity is fabulous. And they just feel comfortable on the hands

    Great Gloves - everyone wants mine

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    My hands usually stay reasonably warm but when I'm out for a hike or climb it's great to have a versatile glove. I've been a Gore-Tex MountainTech product tester for a few years but I bought these with my own money. I've used these gloves snowshoeing as well on climbs on Mt Baker and Mt Adams.

    My wife tried them on one winter day when she went for a walk and from then on they were her go-to glove and I had to buy her a pair for Christmas so that I could get mine back. I lent them to a friend who only had some heavy gloves for our Mt Baker climb and she raved about them when she returned them. I get a lot of use out of these gloves and love the windstopper to take off the extra chill. Yes they are only windstopper and not fully water-proof but there are many times that I don't need a waterproof glove.

    For a tough glove they are extremely dexterous and you don't need to remove them every time you want to open your Nalgene bottle. The construction is great and I think that they'll last a long time.

    One of my favorite gloves.

      These are a very versatile glove. I use them for spring skiing, winter hiking and snowshoeing. They aren't great for wet snow conditions where your hand is going to be touching moisture for any length of time. I have found that if it is going to be wet and I am going to be handling gear I go for a goretex lined glove.

      Would be great, if they fit

      • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

      I had to send these back. The fit was just "off" enough that I couldn't do small tasks with the gloves on. If they fit you they would seem to have really good dexterity. The material is very wind-resistant and looks like it would shed snow easily. Lots of leather to keep them from wearing out. I like the zippered cuff, which makes it easy to put on/take off, yet limits cold (and presumably snow) from finding a way in.

      My go-to gloves

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      I wanted a warm glove that would also give me a great amount of dexterity, and these have served me great. I have used them for many winter activities including day-hikes, biking and general outside snow fun.



      I do not suggest these for extended periods of work outside under 25 degrees, but down to the mid-20s they are amazing and will perform for you.



      They will not keep your hands dry, if that is a concern.

      Awesome dexterous gloves

      • Familiarity:I've used it several times

      I bought a pair of these after demoing them at the Ouray Ice Fest and have used them several times since for skiing, winter mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada, and general camping/hiking/scrambling in cold weather. These gloves keep my hands warm down to ~15 degrees F when I'm active. They're extremely dexterous and have proved great for scrambling, ice climbing, and fidgeting with zippers, water bottles, and more. After ~1 year of use, they've seemed to hold up very well.

      Light and fast touring/alpine climbing

        Close fitting, dexterous, durable and the perfect weight and warmth for high motion activity like ski touring and alpine climbing. I use these gloves almost every day in the winter, and with good construction, i.e. no big seams sticking out, they seem to last an exceptionally long time.