Lean, mean, sending machines.
Crafted specifically for ice climbing, the Outdoor Research Project Gloves offer paramount warmth and dexterity. The custom designed 3DFit ensures a natural grip by treating each finger independently, so your dexterity extends all the way to your fingertips. Gore-Tex Grip inserts reduce bulk while guaranteeing that not a single drop of moisture seeps through. Pittards Oiltac leather offers supreme grip when holding an ice tool. A blend of insulation—Enduraloft on the back of the hand and PrimaLoft Gold with Grip on the palm—keeps your hands warm and nimble, so you're always in control.
- An ice climbing glove that offers superior warmth and dexterity
- Gore-Tex Grip insert for windproof, waterproof, and breathable protection
- Pittards OilTac water-resistant leather provides supreme grip
- Enduraloft and PrimaLoft Gold insulation offer warmth
- 3DFit technology ensures a natural grip
- Sculpted neoprene cuffs with hook-and-loop closure
- Protective overlays on critical seams
- Carabiner loop
- Item #ODR00GC
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I bought the OR Project Gloves for ice and mixed climbing. I've worn them for two days of ice climbing and two ski tours. They have a very technical fit. I can tie in, clip, use ice screws, and belay without removing them. I have fairly small hands (as in, I handjam #1 Camalots), and the small size fits great, though the pointer finger seems long compared to the rest of the glove. They aren't the warmest glove for long belays, but for gloves to wear while climbing, these seem awesome so far.