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Outdoor Research Adrenaline Glove - Men's

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    5 Reviews


    Built for the best days.

    Bone-chilling temperatures and blower pow go hand in hand, but nothing will kill your stoke faster than two cold ones when conditions turn cold and deep. Its on those kind of days that you'll want to leave your insulated work gloves back at the truck and opt for the Outdoor Research Men's Adrenaline Gloves. Waterproof, breathable, and moisture-wicking, the Adrenalines will keep your hands warm and dry, and your stoke high when that bummer of a season finally starts to turn around.

    Behind their durable nylon shell fabric is a waterproof insert that keeps your hands dry. Sandwiched between their moisture-wicking lining and the Ventia insert lies a plush layer of EnduraLoft insulation, which will insulate and resist moisture from sweat. Features on the outside of the gloves include an abrasion-resistant palm grip, a ladder-lock wrist cinch, and a one-handed gauntlet drawcord closure.

    • EnduraLoft insulation (266g)
    • Ventia waterproof insert
    • Nylon shell
    • AlpenGrip LT palm grip
    • Pre-curved construction
    • MonoCinch gauntlet closure
    • Ladder-lock wrist cinch
    • Item #ODR00B8

    Tech Specs

    [shell] 100% nylon, [lining] tricot
    Ventia insert
    EnduraLoft (266g)
    gauntlet glove
    wrist cinch, gauntlet drawcord
    Palm Grip
    yes, AlpenGrip LT
    Claimed Weight
    (large, per pair) 6.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Solid all around glove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    It's hard to find something to complain about with this glove. I still can't believe the price on them for how warm they are. Worn them on a couple powder days and they haven't soaked through either. The info on backcountry is correct, however, on OR's site it says they come with a leash, which is not true, so just be aware of that. Other than that they're great! Gauntlet is awesome and easy to adjust with the other glove on.

    OR quality ,OR price.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    OR seems to hit price point ,quality and style in all their products. My hands are on the larger size and the xl fits good. I like to layer my gloves and there is enough room to slip a thin / med. base glove under when the temp. dips below 10 deg. F. OR has great customer service and infinite guarantee.


      Come on people... I'm tired of buying snow wear from Bangladesh, Parkas from Vietnam, snow boots from Bali....

      So... where are the gloves made? And please start using kevlar thread on outside stitching!!! Winter = firepits!!!


      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I have skied with this glove about 5-6 times. The glove fits is perfect for colder days. It is loose enough to comfortably various liners. This makes the glove work well down to about -10 Fahrenheit. Even without a liner this glove is plenty warm. The glove doesn't feel super sturdy but I haven't had any issues with the product falling apart or becoming torn. I look forward to using this glove MANY MANY more times.

      This is all not to mention Outdoor Researches fantastic customer support and warranty department. I was wearing my glove up the lift and took the glove off, but still had the strap on my wrist. My glove ended up getting stuck on the lift and I skied off without it. I contacted their warranty department with very little expectation they would replace my gear. And much to my delight they sent me a new pair and allowed me to send back the remaining one glove.

      All in all these are well worth the price. I would even suggest buying two pairs.