Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno OutDry Glove


Weight 7 oz / 198 g
Body Fabric Nylon Taslan™
Laminate Material OutDry® Waterproof Technology
Lining Fabric Brushed Polyester
Insulation Thermic Micro™
Palm Material Water-resistant Goatskin Leather

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno OutDry Glove is an ultra-insulated backcountry glove that keeps the snow out and the warmth in.

- refers to the men's version

On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno OutDry Glove FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno OutDry Glove Over and under cuff design enhances versatility All leather palm is rugged and very dexterous Thick fleece liner keeps hands warm all day Soft suede thumb patch for wiping wet noses Two-stage cinching system ensures a snow-proof fit Pull-on webbing loop at wrist Carabiner loop for hanging gloves off harness keeps gloves dry when not in use

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

Take to the mountains on all your snow-filled endeavors with the insulated Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno Glove. The Extreme Pre-Curve articulated fit complements your hand's natural position and the OutDry membrane provides water- and windproof protection by bonding a laminate to the inside of the glove, covering all access points where water and wind could enter.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version

Once you slide your hand into the Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno Glove, you'll wonder how your fingers survived freezing temperatures, sideways-blowing snowstorms, and powder days without it. This classic backcountry ski glove has a water-resistant goatskin leather palm and an OutDry waterproof membrane to keep the weather at bay, along with heavyweight Thermal. Q Elite insulation and thick fleece lining to keep your fingers warm on the coldest days. There's a suede thumb patch for comfortable nose wiping, and a drawstring closure on the gauntlet cuff to seal out snow, wind, and spindrift when you're hiking up or trenching your way down.

- refers to the men's version