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Black Diamond Midweight ScreenTap Liner Glove

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Midweight ScreenTap Liner Glove

Ideal for skiing, trail running, or hiking with your smartphone, the Black Diamond Midweight Screentap Liner Glove is warm, stretchy, and has the added benefit of full touchscreen functionality. Crafted with a toasty, flexible Polartec Power Stretch fleece shell, this glove's palm is also covered with U/R Powered material to allow for mid-adventure phone use without having to expose your fingers to the cold. Plus, the goat leather palm patches offer a secure grip on ski poles, dog leashes, and afternoon drinks on the patio.

  • Stretchy, warm glove that keeps you surfing the web in the cold
  • Polartec shell is ultra-flexible for demanding adventures
  • Touchscreen-compatible construction offers adaptability
  • Goat leather palm patch grips items easily
  • Item #BLD00KA

Material
[back of hand] Polartec Power Stretch Pro, [palm, fingers] U/R Powered
Style
liner
Closure
slip-on
Palm Grip
yes
Touchscreen Compatible
yes
Claimed Weight
1.5 oz
Recommended Use
casual, running
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 4

Overall Great Fitting Glove

Size Bought
Small
Height
5` 5"
Weight
118 lbs

The purpose of getting these gloves was to wear as a liner under my ski gloves. I have a petite hand with long fingers and the gloves fit really well so that I even wear them on a daily basis. I also like that they go high enough to cover the wrist - overall a flattering fit. The touchscreen feature definitely works which is super helpful but I've only had the gloves a short while so we'll see what happens. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because after going skiing in 25 degree weather, my fingers were still cold with a ski glove on top - but then again I generally have an issue with cold hands so perhaps it's just me :/

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>Rating: 5

Awesome mid weight gloves

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
L
Height
5` 9"
Weight
165 lbs

Great gloves. Comfortable, snug fit. Touch screen works great. Perfect for walks or runs in cold weather. I have several pairs of Under Armor, Nike and Burton gloves for similar purpose. These are buy far my favorite.

>Rating: 5

Warm tech glove

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have really bad circulation so my hands are always like blocks of ice. These gloves kept my hands relatively warm in roughly 40 degree weather. (For reference, my hands are already pretty cold in 60 degree weather) The tech function of the glove definitely works well, even if your phone is encased in a waterproof case.

>Rating: 5

Great mid weight glove

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Use this glove for back country skiing, nordic skiing, uphill routes at the ski resorts. It breaths great, it's holding up really well after a months use an abuse.

>Rating: 5

Trail Running Gloves

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend, he is his review. "Great pair of mid-thickness gloves to run in and hang around camp in. They’re not the most durable things to do some manual labor in like a pair of leather gloves, but that’s not what they’re made for. Plus, I love the smart-touch material on the palm side of the fingers so now I don’t have to constantly take off my gloves to shoot a picture or respond to a text when I’m on the trail."

>Rating: 5

Finally, perfect liners.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have invested a small fortune in mittens and gloves over the years in an attempt to maintain functional hands in the cold. I use these while winter camping/backcountry skiing/mountaineering in 15-20 degrees or lower, with Primaloft mitts or over-mitts as needed. These are thick enough to retain warmth when my hands are taken out of the over mitts, but thin enough to maintain dexterity and dry quickly, and they have enough stretch to stay on my hands during donning/doffing of coats and mittens. There is no exposed stitching on the fingers to catch on the velcro of my coat and pack or branches, and the fabric has not shown any sign of pilling after heavy use all this season. The palm material is tough yet pliable, but does stain your sweaty hands, and gets stiff unless it is retreated with silicone or Nikwax. The touch-screen compatibility is as good as it can be with medium weight gloves--adequate to use the gps app on my phone.

>Rating: 5

Versatile

I LOVE these gloves. Perfect weight. Really soft. On really cold days I wear them as liners to keep my hands extra warm. They are also great to wear on their own running or hiking. I am very happy with this purchase and recommend to anyone who needs a pair of gloves that can be used for so many different things.

>Rating: 2

An ok glove

Very comfortable. Not very warm under 30 degrees. The stitching started unraveling on the wrist of one glove pretty quickly.

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I’m confused— are these men’s or women’s. I’m trying to figure out which sizing chart to reference when buying these gloves. Thanks for the help!