Black Diamond Patrol Glove

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Black Diamond took the classic design of the workhorse leather glove, added its own touch, and came out with the Patrol Glove. This is a die-hard, full-bore winter glove for ski patrollers, lift workers, and the most hardy of winter athletes. On the outside, it's tough as nails thanks to abrasion-resistant nylon and and goat leather, and on the inside, it's a veritable bunker against the elements thanks to a waterproof breathable insert and plenty of toasty insulation. No matter the coldness, wetness, or abuse, the Patrol glove never lets you down on the mountain.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Black Diamond Patrol Gloves FEATURES of the Black Diamond Patrol Fixed lining with 100% waterproof B Dry insert Abrasion-resistant, woven nylon shell with 4-way stretch Lining has 142 g PrimaLoft One insulation on back of hand and Polartec Thermal Pro High Loft Fleece on palm Goat leather palm and knuckle patches SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Patrol Type: Unisex Weight: Per Pair: 8.1 oz / 230 g Temperature Range: 0/30Adeg F / -18/-1Adeg C

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . From the Pro Series, Black Diamond Equipment Patrol gloves put extreme comfort and weather protection at your fingertips, courtesy of a waterproof breathable BDry insert and high-quality PrimaLoftand#174; One insulation. Available Colors: FLAME ORANGE, CHOCOLATE/BLACK/FLAME ORANGE, NATURAL. Sizes: L, M, S, XL, XS.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Patrol Glove from Black Diamond is inspired by the timeless and durable leather work glove and is an easy on and off all day utilitarian glove that does the job on any part of the mountain. These gloves feature a fixed lining with 100 percent waterproof BDry insert, an abrasion resistant woven nylon shell with 4 way stretch, a lining that has 142 gram PrimaLoft One Insulation on the back of the hand and Polartec Thermal Pro High Loft Fleece on the palm, and a goat leather palm and knuckle patches.

- Rocky Mountain Trail