Luminary Sensor Glove
Outdoor Research's Luminary Sensor Glove is a flexible, dependable, and versatile climbing glove for multi-day mountaineering and alpine objectives. The three-in-one system includes a removable wool liner and Gore Windstopper shell to provide warmth as well as protection from high alpine winds that bite with an arctic ferocity. The water-resistant goat leather palm extends to the fingers for touchscreen compatibility so you can take a quick video of your tent billowing in the wind as you set up camp for the day.
- A glove for technical high alpine objectives
- 3-in-1 system includes removable liner and shell
- Gore Windstopper shell shields hands from arctic winds at elevation
- Removable Wool liner adds versatile warmth when needed
- Touchscreen compatibility allows phone use
- Water-resistant leather palm withstands light moisture and dry snow
- Item #ODR00T8
- [face fabric] WindStopper softshell (94% nylon, 6% elastane)
- Removable Liner
- 40% wool, 35% acrylic, 25% polyester
- drawcord cinch
- Palm Grip
- goat leather
- Touchscreen Compatible
- Claimed Weight
- [pair, large] 8.2oz
- Recommended Use
- ice climbing, mountaineering
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
November 28, 2020
Very Nice, A Few Things To Note
- I returned this product before using it
- Runs small
- Size Bought
- 6` 0"
- 180 lbs
Well made, quality supple leather and dextrous, almost like a driving glove. Very comfortable thin synthetic layer bonded to the inside. The removable wool liner is nice too. Definitely a quality item, good for general use. I found it a little short on my thumb and forefinger, even though I ordered XL. Also, the gorestopper material is only on the back of the hand and fingers, and gauntlet; the palm, front and sides of the fingers is leather with the thin layer inside. Thats pretty typical at this price point, so not a criticism of OR, just something to know. But the one thing I think this glove needs is a velcro-type strap on the underside of the wrist. With the wool liner out, I found the glove could pull off my hand. That small tightener in the fabric doesn't do much. Not a good thing if handling tools or ski poles on steep terrain.
November 1, 2018
Mitten guy learns how to love a glove
- I've used it several times
I'm generally a shell mitten guy. My hands run cold and I sweat like a pig. However, for ice axe use a sloppy mitten isn't particularly safe. After climbing up Hillman's highway on Mt Wash last year in 10F weather, I was dripping inside my softshells. When I pulled off these gloves to change into mittens, I was shocked to find they were dry. I wore them all day including summit at 10f, 30 knots and was super happy with the warmth, dryness and relative dexterity. I've been a convert since and ordered a backup pair just in case the market does something stupid and doesn't learn to love these gloves.