Mountain Hardwear Monkey Glove - Men's
2.8 oz / 78 g
Double Shot Velboa™
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Built with high-pile fleece for lightweight protection from the cold, the Mountain Hardwear Monkey Glove for Men features a welded palm and finger patches for added durability.
- Altrec Outlet
Evolution didn't grant humans furry hands for warmth, but don't worry. The Mountain Hardwear Men's Monkey Glove has got your hands covered in the warmth department. Made with Polartec ThermalPro Mokey Phur and a Technostretch palm, the Monkey Glove can be worn alone, or as a liner with shell gloves or mitts. The soft long-pile fleece blocks wind and cold, while the articulated cut lets your fingers keep their dexterity. And the screen print on the palm is touchscreen-compatible, so you won't feel like an ape when you scroll through your music or call your friends.
The soft long-pile fleece that gives this glove its simian resemblance blocks the wind and cold with a high weight-to-warmth ratio. Extremely lightweight and packable, the Monkey Glove has Stimulus technology embedded in the palm so you can show off your opposable thumbs on your touchscreen device. May be worn alone or as a liner for compatible gloves or mitts. Finished with contrasting Mountain Hardwear logo on back of hand.
- Mountain Hardwear
On Sale. Mountain Hardwear Monkey Glove FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Monkey Glove Soft, warm long-pile fleece blocks wind and cold and provides a high warmth-to-weight ratio Screen print on palm keeps phone secure while holding Wear alone or use as a spare liner with compatible system gloves or mitts Articulated cut for dexterity The SPECS Average Weight: 3 oz / 74 g Body: Polartec ThermalPro Monkey Phur (100% polyester) Palm: Technostretch (93% polyester, 7% elastane)
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