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Black Diamond Torque Glove

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    Crank in comfort.

    Black Diamond created the ultralight Torque Ice Glove for ice, mixed, and dry-tool climbing on the most demanding pitches on earth. Stretchy and abrasion-resistant softshell material allows total dexterity, and the ultra-grippy Slip-Stop synthetic palms stick to your tools like glue when you need to match, steinpull, or crank for a distant hook. The articulated hook-and-loop neoprene cuff keeps water out, and the EVA padding keeps your knuckles from getting bashed to smithereens.

    • Abrasion-resistant woven softshell fabric
    • Slip-Stop palm
    • Laminated and brushed tricot lining
    • Articulated neoprene cuff
    • Hook-and-loop closure
    • EVA knuckle padding
    • Carabiner loops
    • Item #BLD006N

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] softshell, [palm] Slip-Stop, [lining] brushed tricot, [cuff] neoprene
    Cuff Style
    undercuff
    Closure
    hook-and-loop
    Recommended Use
    ice climbing, mixed climbing, dry-tooling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

    What do you think about this product?

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    >Rating: 3

    Not Warm, Uncomfortable Seams

    Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Fit: I've got smallish hands that fit well in a Hestra size 8, but the size small BD glove is still too long in the fingers. Seams: I first wore these while ski touring, and there's a seam at the base of the thumb that started to irritate my skin pretty bad. Warmth: I know these are ultra-light gloves, but I didn't expect to get the barfies while touring in 25 degree weather. The Good: On the bright side, I really like the knuckle padding and the palms / fingers are extremely grippy on ice tools / ski poles. I have a pair of liner gloves I'm going to try with these since I've got the room, and I think that should solve all of my problems.