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    The Outdoor Research Men's Versaliner Gloves utilize a highly durable, waterproof/breathable shell fabric and super warm, removable Radiant Fleece inner liners to prevent the dreaded cold and wet hand ordeal you've faced before.
    • Zippered pockets on back of hands can be used to store hand warmers for extra heat
    • 2.5 layer 40D Pertex Shield DS stretch ripstop nylon shells are designed to keep water out and let your hands breathe so you don't get soaked from the inside
    • Silicone prints on liner fingertips and palms deliver a dependable grip and keep liners in place inside the shell
    • Item #ODR0832

    Tech Specs

    [liner] Radiant fleece, [shell] Pertex Shield DS (2.5-layer)
    Claimed Weight
    3 oz
    Recommended Use
    winter adventures

    Tech Specs

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    I like them but wish they fit better.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 6'1"
    • Weight: 200lbs

    I received this glove as a Christmas gift because I had it on my wish list. I wanted them for alpine touring, snowshoeing, and cold fall hikes.

    I use these gloves primarily skiing when I am really working. Wearing just the fleece inner liner while on the boot pack to some powder stashes at the ski resort or on the skin track for hours on end they do a good job at keeping my hands warm but wicking away all the sweat. I have used the shell only once. It wasn't a terribly cold day but the wind was whipping pretty strong on the hike up. My hands were getting cold with only the inner liner so I put on the outer shell and that was enough to stay warm, I kept them on for the ski down and they did fine for that also. As far as dexterity goes they do pretty well despite the fact that the fingers a little long. Its hard to tell if the little rubber grippy dots actually do anything or not but I had no trouble griping my poles or anything else. I can actually use the touch screen on my phone if I'm only wearing the inner liners.

    I got a large because that seams to always work for me in gloves. When I first tried them on I realized that the fingers were a bit to long. I tried on the next size down in a local store that carried them and they were too small so I decided to keep the Large. It just seams to me that the fingers are oddly long on the thumb, index and middle finger.

    $52 is no pocket change by any means. I feel that they are worth the money even though they are a light glove they are pretty versatile. They have a very quality feel and I don't think they will let me down.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    You?re getting a couple gloves here?a lightweight thermal glove that provides dexterity for messing with your pack, bike, backcountry skis, snowshoes etc., And then a lightweight waterproof shell for rain and/or an added insulating barrier. I bought them primarily for bikepacking here in the rocky mountain west and they fit that bill perfectly. Its never been cold enough or rained (fortunately) to need the outer shells but they weighs near nothing to have in my kit and the liner keeps the chill off for riding when the the temps are diving. I?ve worn the liner in the tent at altitude to keep the digits warm overnight too. I think the liner material is flexible enough to accommodate a long/short as well as fat/thin fingers in your respective size range. Shell is cut on the large size, which for my short fingers leaves a little excess material but not enough to be a major hindrance.

    Great all around pair!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I bought these gloves to use while cross country skiing and snowshoeing to maintain my dexterity in temperatures down to the low teens. I used them multiple times with great success, using the waterproof covers keep out the snow during snowfalls. Temperatures in the teens were fine with these gloves but once you get I to he single digits I started to feel it. Covers keep out wind decently.

    One con that comes to mind is the trouble using my smartphone with the gloves on. Once in a bluemoon I get one click out of them by that's about it.

    Overall these are well worth the money and I will get a lot of use outbid them, given how well they've held up thus far in the season.

    great glove for weight/price

      Used these gloves in single digit temperatures and although my hands aren't totally warm they're not that cold.

      I was walking for about 15 minutes in these temps and these held up pretty well compared to other gloves that I've used before (and more expensive) which were a lot bulkier. Haven't used these in wet conditions thus can't attest to the waterproof-ness.

      Shell is NOT waterproof

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size

      I bought these gloves for cold, WET hiking. In a steady rain, the shell gets saturated in a few minutes, so fails the waterproof test. The gloves themselves are OK, and comfortable, but if you are looking for a waterproof solution to keep your hands warm and dry, look elsewhere.

      Great glove for high output activities

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      I wear these for winter trail running and in the skin track. With hand warmers thrown in the pouch they are good down to temps in the low teens. I have a hard time finding gloves that are warm enough yet still provide enough dexterity and these are perfect. This is my second pair. The first pair got quite a bit of use but developed a small hole on the side of the index finger. I was able to mend it but these gloves are so great that I wanted to snatch up another pair while they were on sale.

      Best lightweight gloves

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      These gloves are perfect to take along on spring, summer, fall backpacking trips. They are lightweight but warm. They are easy to put on compared to other waterproof soft shell gloves that have an internal liner. The waterproof shell is great for adding wind or water resistance. They are not bulky so you can still get things done around camp with them on.

      So funny story I bought a pair to replace a pair I lost. Well this weekend I was at work and was digging around the laptop sleeve of my backpack for some snack bars that fell in there. So as I am digging around guess what I find.

      Very versatile liner and shell combo

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size

      These keep my hands nice and warm and dry. The shell is nice to keep out wet weather and wind. I'm going to probably use these for touring, mainly on the skin up, I'll check back here to update on how that goes.

      OR Liners cannot be beat!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I purchased a pair of these awhile back and love them! Super warm, fit nicely underneath of my goretex shell gloves, and I don't need to take them off to gain dexterity. I use them mostly for alpine climbs. They are super durable. I've even found myself climbing fifth class rock in them (not recommended) and they didn't tear at all. They are always in the pocket of my Marmot Precip rainshell, which is ALWAYS in my bag, which is ALWAYS with me. I don't go anywhere without these gloves. Love them!

      Great Lightweight gloves

        Love these gloves. They fit perfectly on my hands and are super comfortable. Use them for biking in colder weather with the liners on and they blocked the wind great. Also use these for hiking near freezing weather and a little below. They're fairly warm w/o the liners on but with the liners on they help hold in the heat, giving a little extra warmth when needed. You can also use these gloves for skiing when its a little warmer, but when the temperature starts dropping these gloves work great as liners for larger/warmer ski gloves (which is how I used them for skiing in Colorado). Only issue that I have is packing the waterproof liners, if you don't fold them just right, they tend to give an awkward bulge to the top of your hand. Overall though, these glove are great and can be used for a variety of tasks.

        Excellent gloves for mountaineering

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I used these as my lightweight liner gloves for Denali last May. What I really liked about these gloves is that you could put the outer shell on over the gloves for shoveling or building snow walls and not get the inner liner wet. Everyone else on our trip had wet liners every day but I was able to keep mine dry by using the outer shell when needed. Overall a great idea in design and saves you from having to bring extra gloves. These were the only lightweight liners I brought with me on a 3-week trip.

        Usefull City Gloves

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        These gloves are wonderful if you understood what you were ordering. These gloves fit true to size, very snugly but conform perfectly to the shape of my hands. They allow my fingers to be very dexterous, I never had to take them of all day while I was hiking. The liners by themselves kept my hands warm down to about 40 degrees while I was hiking, and i typically have cold fingers. I would expect using the included shell may have added a few extra degrees of warmth. It is extremely useful to be able to stash the water proof shell in the stuff pocket of the liners. Overall very good gloves as long as you are not looking for a super warm pair. That being said, i will be using these as liners with my old cheap pair of ski gloves on the cold days.

        Yes please

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I bought these gloves earlier this year and have been pleased with them. They fit good and the shell does its job as intended. I haven't used them in extreme conditions but I suspect you wouldn't buy these with such conditions in mind. Overall happy with purchase.

        Great product

          The liners are great. Low profile, warm in just below freezing, rigid enough at the the wrist that they won't bunch up when wearing layers. The covers are totally waterproof and fairly sturdy, although I wouldn't go climbing or anything with them. They are not seam-taped, so they will leak after a while, but is that really necessary here? They also stop the wind well. If I had to add to it, I would make them touchscreen compatible, but still great. Medium fits well and I wear a size 7.5 surgical glove