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Outdoor Research PL 150 Sensor Glove - Men's


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    In ski gloves or out.

    In your ski gloves or on its own, the Outdoor Research Men's PL 150 Sensor Glove adds a touch of warmth necessary to avoid uncomfortable numbing. This lightweight liner is soft, breathable, and stretchy to ensure dexterity whether you're layering ski gloves or not. Its smooth face slides into other gloves with ease. Outdoor Research added silicone grippers at the palm and touchscreen-compatibility at the index finger and thumb to add convenience outside the ski glove.
    • Lightweight liner made of soft, stretchy, warm fleece
    • Touchscreen-compatible fingertip and thumb for smartphones
    • Silicone grippers at palms to give a good grip
    • Item #ODR00A4

    Tech Specs

    54% nylon, 41% polyester, 5% spandex
    Palm Grip
    silicone grippers
    Touchscreen Compatible
    index and thumb
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    casual, skiing, snowboarding, hiking
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    Always in my pack!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I always have these in my pack for hiking and glacier climbing (half the time, I have to lend them to my idiot friends). I'm picky about gloves, but these are form-fitting and strike a good balance between warmth and dexterity. Touchscreen compatibility is key for navigating and taking photos with a smartphone. The silicone grippers will peel and I wore a couple holes in the fingertips after a season of heavy use, but I replaced them all the same. My only complaint is that the fibers tend to stick to the metal on my ice axe, carabiners, etc., in cold conditions.