Shell 2-layer stretch softshell
Palm High-abrasion-resistant palm pad and fingertips
Lining Hydrophobic microfiber tricot
Insulation 100 g synthetic down

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Manzella's Men's Get Intense Gloves page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Full-On Function, Next to Skin Dexterity Highly Breathable with Hydrophobic Lining- Keeps hands warm even in cold and wet conditions. 4-Way Stretch Softshell and High Abrasion Palm Pad / Fingertips- Breathable 4-way stretch softshell with high abrasion resistant perforated palm pad and fingertips for superior dexterity. Neoprene-Based Stretch Cuff- Wears perfectly under the jacket sleeve. Synthetic Down Insulation- 100 grams of insulation provides the warmth needed for cold winter conditions.

- Ramsey Outdoor refers to the men's version

The Manzella Real Intense gloves receive Manzella's warmest rating and ensure comfort in extreme cold. Gore-Tex® membrane keeps moisture out so your hands stay dry and warm. Polyester fiber insulation keeps hands warm in winter weather. Gloves are constructed with a curved pattern to conform to the shape of your hands and to promote dexterity. Stretch polyester shell enhances fit and comfort. Grippy material on the palms and fingertips provides a sure hold of equipment. Soft polyester tricot lining wicks moisture and feels great next to skin.

- REI refers to the men's version

Manzella Get Intense Gloves

$40.00 (men's)

The Manzella Get Intense Gloves is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 13, 2014 at Gear for Adventure.

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