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Puffs of hot air escape from your jacket vents and into the frigid air as you adjust the closure cuffs on the RAB VR Tour Glove. It may be below freezing, but setting the skin or boot track takes hard work, and someone has to do it.

  • Wind-resistant Pertex Equilibrium outer shell with DWR coating helps shield your hands from the elements while you tour, hike, or mountaineer
  • Micro-fleece internal fabric wicks moisture away from your skin for comfort
  • Pittards goat leather palm furnishes comfort and a solid grip on ski poles
  • Leather thumb reinforcement details provide added durability
  • Hook-and-loop cuff closure prevents the snow, ice, and cold from seeping in
  • Lightweight VR Tour is ideal for touring, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and other aerobic activities in the cold

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  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I normally like to wait until I’ve put a piece of kit through the wringer before writing a review, but there is so little out there on these gloves I’d figured I’d share impressions after a few days out

These gloves appear to have the same high-end quality that is common for Rab. The leather palm is comfortable and supple with an extra piece of protective leather in the thumb/finger crease. They fit my x-large hands very well and the fingers are long enough. The lining is a very very thin micro-fleece that isn’t bonded to the glove. I imagine it would be a bit of a pain to put the glove on if you were already wet, but at the same time, if you are already wet this isn’t the glove you’d want to reach for. The material on the back is softshell-like and has a bit of stretch. It passes the breath test where you can force air through the glove. The DWR is also excellent as you can run these under the sink on high and they will come out perfectly dry.

When touring I used wear a fleece glove as I find dry breathable gloves to be warmer than wet “warmer” gloves. The problem comes when it is time to rip skins and suit up for the descent as your fleece gloves get soaked or you fumble with warm gloves. This is why I bought these gloves and this is where they shine. The are plenty breathable on the uphill, provide really good weather protection and handle ripping skins. I haven't even had to change to a warmer glove and have found these to be by far the most versatile gloves I've owned. You won't be disappointed.