Black Diamond Dirt Bag Glove

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Black Diamond Dirt Bag Glove FEATURES of the Black Diamond Dirt Bag Glove Water-resistant Full goat leather shell Fixed 100 g fleece lining Knitted cuff SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Dirt Bag Glove Weight: per pair: 5 oz / 158 g Type: Unisex

- Moosejaw

Built for the dish-washing, lift-bumping, couch-surfing core, from Lake Tahoe to La Grave, the Dirt Bag merges the minimalist functionality of your favorite work glove with a warm, water-resistant and super-durable construction. The Dirt Bag's simple leather shell features a fixed fleece lining for added warmth, and a knitted cuff for a clean and comfortable under-the-cuff seal against snow.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

A minimalist, all-leather ski glove designed with both function and your wallet in mind, the Dirt Bag is the daily driver for patrollers, guides, and duct-tape-clad backcountry skiers alike.

- EMS

The Black Diamond Dirt Bag gloves are minimalist, all-leather ski gloves designed with both function and your wallet in mind. Goatskin leather shells are water resistant; 100g microfleece linings add warmth and wick moisture away from hands to keep them dry and comfortable. Knitted cuffs seal in heat.

- REI

The next time you're standing in the lift line, take a look around. You'll notice groups of skiers with old patched-together jackets with duct-tape trim, ski pants that are nearly worn through at the seat, and helmets that look like they were dragged behind the car on the way to the mountain. These are the guys that Black Diamond designed the Dirt Bag Glove for, and you'd be doing yourself a great service to follow these guys around the mountain--if you can keep up. The Dirt Bag is as simple and functional as it can be. A water-resistant goat leather shell, fixed fleece lining, and knitted cuff make up this minimalist glove. That's why it's so inexpensive. That's also why it works so well. So, grab your gloves and look for some dirtbags to tail. Just don't let them spot you, and be ready to huck.

- Backcountry.com