Outdoor Research Alibi II Glove

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Good glove. It is easy to close the hand and the pad…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Price Paid: 75$

Good glove. It is easy to close the hand and the pad on the pinky helps prevent sores from the hand rest on the tool. Sticks on the tool like crazy. Glove not really warm but it is not what I was looking for this kind of climbing. I took a large and fits me well except for the thumb that is too long for me. Used these gloves for two days of climbing and the red lines on the palm are already coming off with its thin shiny film.

Good glove but not sure about durability.

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When you're hanging onto a frozen waterfall by a couple of pieces of metal, you want all the grip and comfortable dexterity you can get. The Outdoor Research Alpine Alibi II Glove is purpose-built for ice climbing and doesn't compromise anything in the pursuit. For weather protection it has a waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex insert with X-trafit technology and a nylon stretch soft shell exterior. Pittards Oiltac goat leather palm and fingers provide supple, durable grip. Inside this bomber glove is efficient, toasty-warm PrimaLoft One fleece insulation and a wool palm lining. An internal gusset increases mobility, and SuperCinch gauntlet seals out the elements. There's a removable Idiot Cord for added security when you're feeling less sharp. A climbing glove isn't a climbing glove unless it has more than comfy weather protection. This glove has a carabiner loop, nose wipe, gel padding on outside edge, foam panels on back, and precurved construction for added mobility. Protection, comfort, fit, and dexterity--this glove makes no compromise.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Alpine Alibi II Gloves FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Alpine Alibi II Gloves Pittards Oiltac Leather Palm Wraps Around Thumb and Index Finger Fleece at Boh Lining Wool Lining at Palm Carabiner Loop on Back of Hand Soft Nose Wipe on Thumbs SuperCinch gauntlet Closure Removable Idiot Cord Gel Padding on Outside Edge of Hand Internal Gusset Pre-Curved Construction Foam Panels on Back of Hand SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Alpine Alibi II Gloves Weight: L, per pair: 10.3 oz / 293 g Comfort Range: -15/15deg F / -26/-9deg C Gore-Tex insert with X-Trafit Technology 100% nylon stretch soft shell outer PrimaLoft 100% polyester insulation Pittards Oiltac 100% goat leather palm and fingers PrimaLoft One 100% polyester insulation Wool lining at Palm PrimaLoft One Insulation: 170g on back of hand and thumb Gore-Tex Fixed Insulation Leather Palm Wool This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Designed for altitude, the updated for Fall '13 Alpine Alibi II combines superb dexterity and grip with serious warmth and protection. The gloves are built of weather-resistant stretch soft shell fabric for a secure, comfortable fit, with a waterproof/breathable GORE-TEX insert to keep hands shielded from the weather and allow perspiration to escape during highly aerobic activity. We've added evenmore PrimaLoft One insulation to expand the gloves' comfort range, and the new internal gusset further protects against the elements.This product will be shipped directly from Outdoor Research and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.

- EMS

Designed for altitude, the updated for Fall ?13 Alpine Alibi II combines superb dexterity and grip with serious warmth and protection. The gloves are built of weather-resistant stretch soft shell fabric for a secure, comfortable fit, with a waterproof/breathable GORE-TEX insert to keep hands shielded from the weather and allow perspiration to escape during highly aerobic activity. We?ve added even more PrimaLoft One insulation to expand the gloves? comfort range, and the new internal gusset further protects against the elements.

- RockCreek