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Outdoor Research Flurry Sensor Glove - Men's

$39.95

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Flurry Sensor Glove

When the sun finally decides to shine, grab your snowshoes and Outdoor Research Men's Flurry Sensor Gloves, and sneak out of town to enjoy a bluebird day in the backcountry. Made with a soft and functional blend of wool and nylon, these gloves resists moisture while insulating your fingers from the cold. Fleece linings keep your hands warm and wick away chill-inducing moisture. The MotionWrap construction ensures a snug, cozy fit with minimal seaming, while stretchy silicone on the fingers and palm provide touchscreen compatibility and superior grip.

  • Lightweight gloves ideal for snowshoe hikes and winter walks
  • Wool blend construction offers warmth and moisture management
  • Fleece liner provides additional warmth and softness
  • MotionWrap construction ensures a snug fit with minimal seaming
  • Silicone patches provide grip and touchscreen compatibility
  • Item #ODR00GL

Material
[face] Alpin-Wool Plus 2L (43% wool, 38% polyester, 19% nylon), [backer] polyester
Style
glove
Palm Grip
yes
Touchscreen Compatible
yes
Claimed Weight
2.3 oz
Recommended Use
touring, casual
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Awesome Gloves

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These OR Flurry Sensor's are so nice. I got my Mom a pair last year for Christmas and she talked to highly about them that I had to get myself a pair as well. Great lightweight winter glove, especially for driving and cleaning off your vehicle in the snowy winter mornings! Would highly recommend as they are so versatile and practical.

>Rating: 5

Trusted brand

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I have several pairs of OR gloves, but I keep buying them. They keep my hands warm, look good, and feel great!

>Rating:

The picture doesn’t show the special sensor material on the thumb and index finger, as the Longhouse Sensor glove does. Is this an older model? Or is the picture incorrect?