Black Diamond Crew Glove
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The Black Diamond Guide Glove has become a favorite of Ski Patrol and mountain guides across the world. The Crew glove is Black Diamond's midweight version of the legendary Guide glove, with the same 100-day-season durability and tie-your-shoes dexterity, but with less insulation for lighter weight and added dexterity. The Crew comes fully loaded with a waterproof breathable Gore-Tex XCR insert, stretch nylon shell, goat leather palm, and compression-molded EVA foam knuckle pads. Though not quite as hot as the Guide glove, the Crew is ready to do battle with winter's coldest temperatures and toughest jobs.
Free Shipping. Black Diamond Crew Glove FEATURES of the Black Diamond Crew Glove Fixed lining with 100% waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex insert with XCR Product Technology Abrasion-resistant, woven nylon shell with 4-way stretch Fixed lining with 100 g fleece on palm and 100 g Thermolite insulation on back of hand Goat leather palm and palm patch Compression-molded EVA foam padding on knuckles for impact protection SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Crew Glove Type: Unisex Weight: per pair: 11.3 oz / 320 g Temperature Range: -5/25deg F / -20/-4deg C
Profession-grade durability unites with midweight insulation in Black Diamond's Crew Glove, the backcountry version of the supremely warm Guide Glove. GORE-TEX XCR blocks out the worst weather, while goat leather palm & wrap patch provide premium protection. Compression-molded EVA foam knuckles, fixed fleece lining on palm and ThermoLite synthetic insulation on the back of hand.
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The Black Diamond Crew Glove is a midweight ski glove with increased dexterity for hands-on days of patrolling, guiding and getting after it in the backcountry. From deep December storms to spring summit missions, the Crews waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX insert and Thermolite insulation battle against wetness and cold, while the abrasion-resistant leather and nylon shell and goat-leather palm stand up to the rigors of 100+-day seasons.