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Outdoor Research
Deviator Glove

5 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
$48.26 - $68.95
Up to 30% off


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Why We Like The Outdoor Research Deviator Glove

When we're in the thick of shoulder season and need a lightweight glove to hold in heat and let out moisture, we look no further than the Outdoor Research Deviator Glove. The light insulation on the back of the hand holds warmth in by reflecting our body heat back to us, while the easy stretch allows for natural movement, so we can be warm and comfortable for hours. Goat leather overlays on the palm and fingertips provide a rock-solid grip on our poles or phone, and the simple pull-on loop makes it easy to take them on and off. Recycled materials used in construction give us peace of mind that we're making a sustainable choice, so we can focus our attention on bagging big peaks and stomping steep runs.


  • Lightweight glove for high-octane activity in cold weather
  • XReflex insulation is warm and breathable
  • Stretch fabric allows freedom of movement
  • Goat leather overlays for optimal grip on poles or a zipper
  • Movement-mirroring stretch allows for a perfect fit
  • Pull-on loop for easy on and off
  • Made in part with recycled materials to reduce environmental impact
  • Item #ODRZ8U6
Responsible Collection
[face fabric, cuff, palm] bluesign® APPROVED, Recycled/Repurposed
[face fabric] 90% nylon, 10% spandex, [cuff ] 20D 74% nylon, 26% spandex, [palm] 93% polyester, 7% spandex, WR goat leather overlays, [back-of-hand lining] 100% polyester
[back-of-hand] 40g 1-layer XReflex Insulation (90% recycled polyester, 10% polyester), 2-layer XReflex heat-reflective scrim (100% polyester)
Palm Grip
goat leather
Touchscreen Compatible
Claimed Weight
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

5 based on 5 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

February 3, 2024

Ready for cold winter mornings in the Rockies

First time using these gloves was on a hike to long lake in Colorado. Winter winds were horrendous but hardly noticeable with these on. They offer enough protection to keep hands warm but don't hinder any hand movements. I was able to setup my photography gear with the gloves on and found them to be very comfortable. Overall a great buy.

John Snow

Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

January 23, 2024

Great gloves for biking and running

I was looking for a relatively lightweight glove that would provide enough wind resistance for cold weather biking and running and these gloves were perfect.


Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

January 13, 2024

Great gloves

These are exactly what I needed for light hiking use in colder weather. I'd go heavier duty in 20 degree or lower, but these are great for milder cold and the phone touch works great.


Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

December 22, 2023

Warmest light weight runners

The gloves are every runner's dream

High maintenance

Originally reviewed on

Tyson AGearhead
5 out of 5 stars

November 22, 2023

Breathable for Active Pursuits

I've used it several times
Size Bought:

I've tried a LOT of different gloves over the years and finding something that breathes well, specifically for winter running, has been difficult. These gloves nailed it! They're warm enough at the start of a run that my hands stay comfortable, and as my body temp rises, they breathe well enough not to cause too much warmth that they wet out from sweat. They are great and cutting the wind down as well. They are NOT waterproof, but they're also not meant to be. I have run in a light rain and wasn't effected by it. The gloves originally beaded up the rain but eventually soaked through the outer layer. I wasn't concerned because I wasn't going to be out long enough for them to fully wet out. Upping the waterproofing would detract from the reason I bought them, their breathability. These gloves are a perfect addition to the quiver and will likely be my go-to for dry and cold winter runs from now on! A comment on the sizing: I've found with most gloves, that I am between a medium and large. Usually I size up if it's a struggle to get my hands in (width) and deal with the longer fingers. With these, I went with large for that reason. I think the medium would be too difficult to get on. But for my use purposes, slightly long fingers don't hinder me in any way.