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GTX Storm Trooper II Glove
It's a well-known fact that celestial soldiers often miss their targets, but the Gordini Men's GTX Storm Trooper II Glove helps you hit yours on every run. With a tough construction and waterproof Gore-Tex protection, you'll have warm, dry fingers even in the stormiest of weather. A supple goatskin palm offers a durable grip, while the Megaloft insulation and hand-warmer compatible design gives you toasty protection against plummeting temps.
- The gloves you'll want to ride in on storm days
- Gore-Tex lining delivers waterproof, breathable protection
- Durable stretch construction offers natural dexterity
- Synthetic insulation offers reliable wet winter warmth
- Goatskin leather palm grips well on ski poles or bindings
- Hand-compatible pockets give you options on colder days
- Item #GOR001C
- [face fabric] 94% nylon, 6% spandex, [palm] goatskin leather, [lining] Gore-Tex
- Gore-Tex insert
- gauntlet glove
- Palm Grip
- Hand-warmer Compatible
- Recommended Use
- skiing, snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
October 24, 2018
Your Best Sizing Tip
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Great all-around winter glove, fabric and design didn't disappoint. Save yourself an unsolicited exchange, however, and nail the right size from the onset: SIZE UP. According to the size chart provided at the time of this writing, the gloves would be considered to run small (by most folks, myself included). Find your size and add 1 and you'll be in business (if you're a size Medium, order a Large with this glove--assuming you truly are a Medium to begin with). After the exchange, all's well that ends well!
January 28, 2019
Is this glove touch screen compatible?
January 31, 2019
Hi Carlina, this item is not touch-screen compatible.
December 20, 2016
How warm are these gloves? Will they hold up to Midwestern winter temps?
December 20, 2016
The Gordini GTX Storm Trooper II Glove - Men's is rated as one of their warmest gloves because it has a polyester Megaloft® insulation that keeps you dry and warm. I think these would be great for in-bounds skiing in the Medwest.