In ski gloves or out.
- 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
- Q & A
Pretty Good Midweight Gloves
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Bought these for those cool morning / evening hikes and for around camp in colder conditions. Ended up using them a lot in Utah towards the end of May since the weather dipped and we had snow for a few days! I also have used them a few times on cold morning bike rides. Warmth is great and the phone usability is nice too. The only thing I didn't like about them as that they fit tight in the thumbs but a bit long on the other fingers. Whenever I take them off after wearing for a while, I have marks from the inside seams all over the thumb side of my hands and they're a little uncomfortable, but all in all they aren't too bad of a glove for the price.
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.