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Mountain Hardwear Hydra Lite Glove

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Built for your time in the mountains.

The Hydra Lite Gloves from Mountain Hardwear feature a stretch nylon shell with a DWR treatment to help repel moisture, and Q.Shield technology as well. Goatskin leather palms increase durability and ensure that you won't destroy your gloves when you're working with ropes in the mountains. A thick fleece liner helps to keep your hands warm, and a neoprene cuff gasket keeps snow and ice outside where it belongs.
  • Hydra Span stretch nylon shell with DWR treatment
  • Q. Shield technology
  • Goatskin leather palms
  • Thick fleece liner
  • Neoprene cuff gasket
  • Item #MHW006V

Tech Specs

[shell] Hydra Span (nylon), [palm] goatskin leather
Q.Shield DWR
adjustable cuff
Palm Grip
Claimed Weight
4.7 oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

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Super dexterous!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These were bomb for ice climbing last winter. They are very dexterous and have good coverage, but with that comes a bit less insulation. So I would not recommend them if you're looking for the warmest gloves, but they're great for touring, ice climbing, and other active activities. I wear a size small which would be probably a women's medium.

how would these do commuting by bike? not riding to work if raining, so i mainly need warmth and dexterity. would get use walking the dog with rope leash too but needing something to keep my hands warm during winter hill descents at 35 mph. haha

Nice Glove

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The gloves served their purpose in which they were purchased for. I was looking for a lighter glove to use while backpacking or mountaineering in 30-40 degree weather. A glove that I could wear and comfortable use trekking poles or unbuckle my pack. They fit very well. I'm my opinion, perform well. The fabric is not 100% waterproof, and tend to get wet in wet snow or rain. Other than that, very nice glove.