Outdoor Research Adrenaline Glove

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Outdoor Research Kids' Adrenaline Gloves FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Kids' Adrenaline Gloves Waterproof Wind proof Breathable Wicking Alpine Grip LT Pal m Pre -Curved Box Construction MonoCinch gauntlet Closure Ladder-Lock Wrist Cinch Pull Loop Glove Clip SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Kids' Adrenaline Gloves Weight: M, per pair: 3.8 oz / 108 g Comfort Range: 0/20deg F / -17/-7deg C Ventia Dry insert 100% nylon back of hand EnduraLoft 100% polyester insulation 170g insulation at back of hand Heavy fleece lining at palm This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Thoughtfully constructed to provide protection under a helmet, the Helmetclava keeps your neck and head warm in stormy conditions. WINDSTOPPER Soft Shell fabric is used to protect the face and front of the neck, and soft, insulating Motion Fleece positioned at the back of the neck provides added warmth. Thermodynamic fabric at the crown and ear panels fits smoothly under a helmet and improves hearing, and a laser die-cut breathing port makes it easy to catch your breath on a multi-pitch climb.

- RockCreek

The Outdoor Research waterproof and breathable Kid's Adrenaline Gloves have all the function and features needed to protect busy, cold-sensitive fingers through a long day of snow play. The durable nylon fabric and AlpenGrip LT palms withstand abrasion and all the rough use your kids will put them through. If winter weather blows in just as you and your young ones start down the mountain, wrap around insulation and a fleece palm will warm their hands, keeping them comfortable and you happy.

- CampSaver.com

Kids' Adrenaline Gloves from Outdoor Research are waterproof and insulated for cold-weather activities where staying dry, warmth, and dexterity are necessary.

- EMS