Mountain Hardwear Snowzilla Glove

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Mountain Hardwear Men's Snowzilla Gloves - The Men's Snowzilla Gloves by Mountain Hardwear are close-fitting short gauntlet gloves with full Velcro closures at the wrists for a secure weatherproof fit. With OutDry waterproof technology, these gloves are extremely waterproof, totally windproof and designed to handle everything from black diamonds to side-country forays. The OutDry membrane is directly bonded to the outer shell, eliminating the ability for wind and water to penetrate through the sewn seams of the shell, keeping your hands warmer. The close fitting, short gauntlets are worn under a jacket cuff so they block out the elements, while the thick fleece liner keeps your hands warm all day. The hybrid leather and cordura palms are rugged yet supple, and the soft suede thumb patches allow you to wipe your wet nose. The Full Velcro closure at the wrists create a secure and reliable fit, and they have a pull-on webbing loop. When you are hiking in the backcountry and actually need to use your fingers, you need the Men's Snowzilla Gloves by Mountain Hardwear.

- Outdoorplay

CLOSEOUTS . Mountain Hardwearand#39;s Snowzilla gloves are close-fitting with a short gauntlet, and feature an OutDryand#174; waterproof breathable membrane and fleece lining that are designed to be thickest where you need it most. Available Colors: BLACK, MAPLE. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XS, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Snowzilla Glove FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Snowzilla Glove Close fitting, short gauntlet worn under a jacket cuff blocks out the elements Thick fleece liner keeps hands warm all day Hybrid leather and cordura palm is rugged yet supple Soft suede thumb patch for wiping wet noses Full Velcro closure at wrist creates a secure and reliable fit Pull-on webbing loop at wrist The SPECS Average Weight: 7 oz / 210 g Body: 4-Way Stretch Nylon Softshell (92% nylon, 8% elastane) Laminate: OutDry Waterproof Technology Palm: Water-resistant Goatskin Leather Insulation: Thermal.Q

- Moosejaw

Designed to handle everything from black diamonds to side-country forays, the Snowzilla Glove is a close-fitting short gauntlet glove with full Velcro closure at wrist for a secure weatherproof fit. Our proprietary OutDry technology bonds a waterproof, membrane directly to the shell fabric, keeping water out and dry in. For added warmth, the engineered fleece liner is thicker on the back of your hand (where you need it most) and thinner on the palm for best-in-class dexterity. Leather-reinforced palm and fingertips for rugged durability.

- Mountain Hardwear

Sure, huge and bulky gloves are warm, but they're overkill if you're hiking in the backcountry or actually trying to use your fingers. The Snowzilla Glove, from Mountain Hardwear, has the warmth you need to keep your digits from falling off in a lightweight, low-profile package that allows you to adjust boots, zip up packs, and open beers without exposing your hands to the elements. The warmth comes from a thick fleece Thermal. Q liner, which is shielded by an OutDry waterproof membrane and wrapped in 4-way stretch nylon with a durable goatskin leather/Cordura palm. A short, close-fitting hook-and-loop cuff slips under jacket cuffs to seal out the snow, and a soft suede thumb patch soaks up snot when noses start running.


Mountain Hardwear Snowzilla Glove

previously retailed for:
$39.99 - $110.00

The Mountain Hardwear Snowzilla Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 9, 2017 at Outdoorplay.

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