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Outdoor Research Super Vert Glove - Men's

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    5 Reviews


    Not just for the slopes.

    The lightweight Outdoor Reasearch Super Vert Gloves are ideal for spring skiing on warmer days, or simply shoveling the driveway or walking the dog on cold, wet winter days. Water-resistant softshell fabric repels light moisture while allowing your fingers to move and grip comfortably, and the goat leather palm offers excellent dexterity and durability. The tricot lining wicks away heat-robbing moisture, and pre-curved construction helps you comfortably keep a firm grip whether you're holding ski poles or a leash.
    • Softshell fabric
    • Goat leather palm
    • Tricot lining
    • Pre-curved construction
    • Soft nose wipe on thumb
    • Item #ODR00B4

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] 90% nylon, 10% spandex twill laminated, [palm] goat leather, [lining] 100% tricot lining
    hook & loop
    Claimed Weight
    3.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, alpine touring
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    Did someone say Dexterity?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I needed a burly glove for CX skiing, but not your lycra affair - no, I'm talking butch gloves that function well and aren't too hot or bulky. Look no further - these gloves are perfect and I went a little big to get liners for getting out on the trail, and better venting and feels when I'm ripping. I'm stoked for winter yurt trips, and the ski to the hot springs no one bothers to go out to. Heck, I feel like these will do just fine for the occasional ice climb. My initial thoughts are very positive, will update when I finally get out of the hot springs.

    Super Vert - Super Functional!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought these for spring snowboarding. And though they are not waterproof, they are exactly what I was looking for in a lightweight glove. They are incredibly comfortable, easy to take on and off, and have more than enough dexterity for finger movement. They also seem to maintain a very well rounded temperature range; I've been comfortable from 40degrees to 55degrees while on the slopes and my fingers were not too hot or too cold at any point.
    Great multi functional glove!

    Love these! Style, comfort & function!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I had a pair of the original OR Vert gloves and simply wore them out over years of use: camping, mountaineering, backcountry skiing and ice climbing. Love the updated features on the Super Verts: Reinforced finger tips, large pull loops, supple yet textured leather. These gloves are comfy and offer great interface with ski poles or ice tools / mountaineering axes. Great for general camping gloves on cool nights too. I seal the leather with Sno Seal (bees wax based) leather sealant periodically for optimal performance.

    Leading Ice

      It's a love/hate. I use these gloves strictly for ice climbing and specifically for leading ice. BUT, I'm a huge fan of OR Gloves in general.


      1. Minimal material to reduce fatigue and over gripping of tools

      2. Minimal material to handle setting screws and clipping a quick draw

      3. Beautiful balance of warmth and materials. Besides, it feels good to wipe your nose on the backside.


      1. You can't just simply pull the gloves off. The inside liner is not connected to the shell. If you don't grab the glove completely, you'll pull the inside material inside out when you pull your hand out.

      2. Make sure you treat the outside as the exterior gets wet too fast.

      Leading Ice

      Hey Case, I am glad you like these gloves, but they were not really made specifically for ice climbing. The liner is a good reason, as you describe, not being attached. For a single pitch climb, try the Alibi II. Those will blow your mind!

      Don't get me wrong, the Super Verts are great, but better for skinning, snowshoing... something that doesn't get so wet so you have liner issues.

      Thank you for the review!

      OR Rep


      I wish I talked to you earlier. I called OR up in Seattle and specifically asked for leading/climbing ice. The super verts was what I was told. I'll take a peak at the Alibi II. Glad you cleared that up for me.

      Perfect Except for Overly Snug Fit

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These gloves would be absolutely awesome if not for them fitting strangely. I'll admit it: I have swollen rock climber fingers and that might be the root of the problem. The problem is that while being slightly long for me in the fingers, the gloves are tight girth-wise and sometimes numb out select fingers. They also have bunchy fabric at the ends of the fingers that isn't ideal. I give them four stars because I still like them: they're windproof, minimalist and therefore perfect for aerobic pursuits in temperatures down into the teens. The OR Extra Vert gloves, though insulated, fit my poor, abused hands much better in the same size (medium). Other more normal hands will probably like the Super Vert better than I do. All gripes aside, these are still my go-to skate skiing gloves in all but the most bitter temperatures. They'll be great for warmer days on the skin track as well.