Outdoor Research Arete Gloves
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Outdoor Research Arete alpine gloves offer grip, dexterity and waterproof protection for backcounty adventures. Fleece insulation keeps you warm when it's cold and the grippy liners can be worn alone.
- REI refers to the men's version
Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Men's Arete Gloves FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Men's Arete Gloves Windproof Durable Breathable Wicking Waterproof SuperCinch Gauntlet Closure Silicone Grip Liner Palm Removable Liner Removable Idiot Cord Pull Loop Heat Pack Pocket/Shell Pocket on Back of Liner Pre-Curved Construction Carabiner Loop
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Effortlessly defeat the brutally cold temperatures with Outdoor Research's Arete Gloves. Wind and waterproof, these gloves prevent your hands from suffering through a day being cold and wet, and a removable liner works to wick moisture, but also to give provide warmth whenever you need your fingers to be a bit more nimble. No matter if you're skiing, hiking on a freezing day, or just driving into work, the Arete Gloves provide your hands with everything they need to remain comfy and warm. PRODUCT FEATURES: Durable Waterproof Windproof Breathable Wicking Removable Liner Silicone Grip Liner Palm Pre-Curved Construction SuperCinch Gauntlet Closure Heat Pack Pocket on Back of Liner Pull Loop Removable Idiot Card Carabineer Loop Fabric: GORE-TEX insert, 100% nylon oxford shell outer mixed with dobby nylon shell, AlpenGrip Palm // Radiant Fleece, 95% polyester, 5% spandex liner Average Weight (oz./g): 8.4oz/238g(L)
- Appalachian Outdoors refers to the men's version
The Outdoor Research Men's Arete Glove uses a versatile layering concept to provide the appropriate level of hand protection in varying conditions. When conditions are frigid or foul, the nylon shell with a waterproof and windproof Gore-Tex membrane protects against moisture and windchill, and the polyester fleece liner provides insulating warmth and moisture-wicking comfort. If conditions are less extreme or you're working up a sweat while engaging in higher-intensity activities, you can wear the removable fleece liner by itself--its silicone palm provides plenty of grip to use effectively with poles and tools. You can also wear the shell glove by itself if you don't need the added fleece insulation, but could benefit from waterproof, windproof protection. The shell features a pre-curved construction which facilitates a more ergonomic fit and freer movement, and the gauntlet closure system makes it quick and easy to cinch down or pull open the cuff. It's no fun to have overly clammy hands or frozen fingers, and this versatile glove makes it easy to customize your level of protection for optimal comfort.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version