Black Diamond Soloist Glove
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Black Diamond's Soloist Finger Mitten features a BDry waterproof insert, high-loft fleece, and PrimaLoft Gold insulation inside the removable liner. Gold synthetic insulation is PrimaLoft's latest innovative solution for lightweight warmth. It feels as soft and compressible as down, and it features permanent water-resistant protection. Because this heavyweight insulation is inside the removable liner, you can wear the Soloist Finger on summer alpine climbs as well as winter ski sessions. This glove also features a goat leather palm for a good grip, Kevlar stitching for durable reinforcement, and a split index finger for better dexterity.
Built with a split-finger design for dexterity in extremely cold weather, the waterproof Soloist from Black Diamond features a Pertex Shield shell and removable liner with PrimaLoft Gold insulation and a high-loft fleece lining. This product will be shipped directly from Black Diamond and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.
CLOSEOUTS . The abrasion-resistant, four-way stretch nylon shell of Black Diamond Equipment's Soloist gloves stands up to rugged terrain, and the PrimaLoftand#174;-insulated, waterproof breathable and removable liner protects from harsh alpine conditions. Available Colors: GUNMETAL, BLACK. Sizes: L, M, S, XL, XS.
- Sierra Trading Post
The glove equivalent of our Mercury Mitt, the Soloist has a removable liner and is designed for harsh alpine environments where warmth and dexterity are crucial. Black Diamond Soloist Glove Features: Removable liner with a 100% waterproof BDry insert Woven nylon, abrasion-resistant shell with 4-way stretch 142 g (5 oz) PrimaLoft One and Polartec Thermal Pro high loft insulation Goat leather palm with Kevlar stitching Needlepunch palm for maximum dexterity and minimal bulk Black Diamond Soloist Glove Specs: Weight Per Pair: 243 g, 8.6 oz (size M) Temperature Range: -26/-9 °C, -15/15 °F
- Teton Village Sports