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Outdoor Research PL 100 Sensor Glove - Women's

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    Stay warm and stay connected.

    Whether you wear the Outdoor Research PL 100 Sensor Women's Glove under heavy mitts or on their own when you're working hard, the Radiant Fleece will keep your hands feeling sweet. Silicone palms pads help your grip, and the touchscreen-compatible thumb and forefinger ensure that you can stay connected.

    • Radiant Fleece
    • Touchscreen-compatible thumb and forefinger
    • Silicone palm pads
    • Breathable, moisture wicking, and quick drying
    • Item #ODR00A7

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] Radiant Fleece (63% nylon, 23% polyester, 14% spandex), [thumb, index fingertips] 51% conductive yarn, 41% polyester, 8% spandex
    Closure
    slip-on
    Palm Grip
    yes, silicone
    Touchscreen Compatible
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    1.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    casual, running, skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Great Liners

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought these as a present, and have the men's counterpart. These are great liners. I use them for xc skiing, on the skin track when ski touring, and for all winter uses that do not require a larger glove. They hold up for years (I am on my 3rd pair in 10 years, but I am rough on gear); it wouldn't be fair of me to ask for longer life out of them. And they just get the job done, simply put.

    I will say, the touch screen material seems to work just fine on some days in some conditions, and then not at all at other times. Not a huge deal to me though because I don't buy them for that feature, I don't need that feature, and I don't think other brands have that feature figured out 100%, either. Just an observation.

    Outdoor Research Sensor liner gloves

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I wore these gloves on 2 4-day ski trips. The fabric of the glove is nice and holds up but the e-tips on the fingers pilled by the second trip and my iPhone would not respond to their touch. They are effective as liner gloves but I was disappointed with the quality of the tips.