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Mammut Alvier Glove - Men's

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    Thrives in powdery places.

    Pair Mammut's Alvier Glove with enough buckets of powder to fill the backcountry. This freeride-friendly keeps your hand nice and toasty as it drives through the deepest turns of the season. Gore-Tex gives the burly goat leather shell reliable waterproof, breathable protection, and Primaloft Silver insulation keeps warm and compressible for compact storage when it's time to skin back to the summit. Stretch inserts grant this glove remarkable dexterity to let you whip your pole plants as hard as you want.
    • Freeride ski glove fit for dreamy, powdery, backcountry tours
    • Goat leather backed by waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex
    • Primaloft Silver insulation with microfleece lining for warmth
    • Stretch inserts ensure full mobility on skin tracks and pole plants
    • Item #MAM00WW

    Tech Specs

    [main[ 100% goat leather [insert] 89% nylon, 11% elastane [lining] 100% polyester
    Primaloft Silver (80g)
    hook-and-loop tab
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding
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    You better hope it's above 20 degrees

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm an East Coaster with (far too) many sub-10 degrees under my belt. Have plenty of Mammut gear - have always been satisfied with the overall performance and figured would give these a go. Not a great decision - gloves are pretty functional - fit well, grip well - but lack of warmth was pretty staggering. Anything sub-20 degrees requires a thorough de-thawing of extremities on each chair up. Unless you're consistently only skiing bluebird spring days , I wouldn't even consider these as a primary glove. Unfortunate -
    good company - but thoroughly missed the mark here.