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StormTracker Sensor Glove - Men's

4.2700729927007295 out of 5 stars
137 Reviews

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StormTracker Sensor Glove

Whether you're out searching the backcountry for those last stashes of untouched powder or climbing a frozen waterfall, the Outdoor Research Men's StormTracker Sensor Gloves keep your hands warm and dexterous for your cold weather excursions. Updated this season with touchscreen compatibility, these gloves are made from Gore Windstopper fabric to deflect biting gusts and resist moisture. A tricot lining retains heat to keep your fingers from becoming useless blocks of ice. Built tough with pre-shaped fingers and featuring a leather palm, these gloves help you grip ski poles and ice axes with confidence and provide plenty of dexterity for the many tasks you'll perform during your backcountry tour or alpine climb.


  • A winter glove for alpine climbing, ski touring, or ice climbing
  • Gore Windstopper softshell fabric deflects wind and resists water
  • Tricot lining offers cozy warmth and next-to-skin comfort
  • Leather palm for durable grip and protection
  • Touchscreen compatible finger tips
  • Pre-shaped fingers offer dexterity and tactility
  • Undercuff construction with elasticized wrist and zippered gauntlet
  • Item #ODR00GE
[shell] 94% nylon, 6% spandex, [palm] goat leather, [lining] 100% polyester
Palm Grip
Touchscreen Compatible
Claimed Weight
[pair, large] 4.4oz
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 137 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 6 reviews
2 Stars - 8 reviews
3 Stars - 12 reviews
4 Stars - 28 reviews
5 Stars - 83 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

December 14, 2023

Superior Infinium

I have had 3 pairs of Infinium gloves and so far these are the best. The palms of the gloves are tougher and seem to be more resilient and I love the zipper function so that you can go over or under your sleeve. Great set of gloves and very impressed so far.


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5 out of 5 stars

November 23, 2023

Excellent winter gloves

Just bought these not too long ago so I cannot attest to their performance in super cold temps yet...however, I have worn them in a variety of conditions down to 30° F, and they have thus-far functioned flawlessly. The fit and feel of these is excellent and, as an added bonus, they look great! Leather palms add to their durability while the fabric on the back allows for superior breathability, all while keeping your hands nice and dry. These are now my go-to gloves for all wintertime activities. Would absolutely recommend to all!

Ben R

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1 out of 5 stars

July 18, 2023

Not even remotely waterproof

I bought these gloves to use for ski touring, resort riding on warmer days, ice climbing on warmer days, and mountaineering. At first feel they are awesome. Super comfy, definitely kept my hands warm...until they touch any sort of wet surface. Being Gore Tex gloves I assumed that they would be waterproof, but they aren't even close to that. The leather wets out immediately and within minutes the whole glove is DRIPPING wet. I was literally wringing them out after climbing ~500 ft of steep snow. My hands were warmer without these gloves on. Might use them for walking the dogs on brisk days or for driving to the grocery store in the winter, but just as likely they are going in the trash.


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5 out of 5 stars

May 20, 2023

Photo Gloves

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I love these gloves for working 12 months a year as a news photographer


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3 out of 5 stars

May 5, 2023

Great glove, questionable fit

I was recommended these for backcountry skiing/mountaineering. I like that they're moderately breathable, can take in a lot of snow/moisture before wetting out, and look good. My hands get cold pretty easily and they're a great midweight option. I've worn these down to about 20F with no issues while staying active. My main issue is with the fit for the thumb and index finger. They're both too long by about half an inch for me. This wasn't an issue until I took a crevasse rescue course and had serious trouble working with knots/carabiners with the gloves. This unfortunately takes it from a minor complaint to big concern. If the tips of your index/middle finger line up this glove will probably work great for you. If not, I'd look elsewhere. Everything else about these gloves is perfect. The 'sensor' aspect was good when they were new, but now my phone screen won't even recognize presses from these gloves. Not a big deal but worth mentioning (and the finger fit issue doesn't help this).


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4 out of 5 stars

April 10, 2023

Fit is weird and touchscreen is spotty

I use this for resort skiing and backcountry skiing on warmer days. The touchscreen ability is hit or miss, it did well when I first got the gloves but it seems to be getting worse as I use these gloves more; I'm not sure if it's wearing out or what, but I've had these gloves for < 6 months! They are great for the warmer days when skiing, but not so great on the cold days. Additionally, the fingers fit a little weird. I am between sizes (medium and large), but neither medium or large fit me too well on these gloves. I want more dexterity, so I went with medium, but the middle finger seems too short for the medium and the index/thumb seem too long for the large.


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3 out of 5 stars

April 2, 2023

Great gloves, disappointing change in fit

I love Stormtracker gloves and have gone through about half a dozen pairs. It's the perfect glove for moderately cold ice climbing - not too thick, slightly breathable, water resistant, warm until they get wet. I usually bring a couple pairs for a day out. Unfortunately the fit has changed significantly in the past year (Fall 2022). In particular, the thumb is now ridiculously long and has a flap of material that gets caught in carabiners. The pointer finger also seems longer than previous generations. It's really noticeable wearing one of the newer gloves alongside an older model (Fall 2021 and earlier). For what it's worth, there's a similar problem with the Bitterblaze. I was happy simply reordering Stormtrackers when the old ones wore out, but these new models just don't work. Unfortunately I'll be looking for a new climbing glove...

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2 out of 5 stars

February 26, 2023

Long fingers poorly suited for technical tasks

As others have mentioned, the fingers on these gloves are ridiculously long. These gloves are on several mountaineering gear lists and are not suitable for use in technical settings unless you have unusually long fingers. Might be OK for skiing or driving a car.


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4 out of 5 stars

February 2, 2023

Great glove with liners, not made for skiing

Definitely a great glove and I love the dexterity of the glove, but I want to make sure I emphasize these are better for active sports. Skiing, specifically resort skiing, will not utilize your hands enough to keep your fingers warm. All things considered though, they are a great glove and I'm excited to use them more for some ice climbing and high alpine climbing (either as first glove or high activity glove). Fit can be a bit loose but it's a good choice for a lot

Pete the Climber

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2 out of 5 stars

January 27, 2023

Poor Fit

A poor fit which didn't match the fitting guide. I normally wear between a medium and large in gloves. I bought a medium. The index finger and thumbs were way too long ... a half to three-quarter inches too long. This made for poor dexterity. Also, the gloves worked poorly with my phone touchscreen. I like their warmth for their weight.


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