Outdoor Research Blackpowder Gloves
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On Sale. Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Men's Blackpowder Glove FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Men's Blackpowder Glove Durable Water Resistant Wind Resistant Breathable Wicking Soft and Tactile Leather Palm Leather Overlays on Palm for Durability Leather Grab Tab at Wrist Stainless Steel Bottle Opener Tricot Lining 266g Primaloft One back of Hand, 133g Primaloft One at Palm Split Suede overlays
CLOSEOUTS . A leather glove that offers superior functionality, Outdoor Research Blackpowder gloves are work glove inspired, with wind- and water-resistant construction, PrimaLoftand#174; insulation and a built-in bottle opener. Available Colors: COFFEE. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
- Sierra Trading Post
A patrol/hardware-store-inspired, insulated leather glove designed for protection in heavy snowstorms and crackin' open a cold one with its built-in bottle-opener ring.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.. . . Wind resistant. Wicking. Water resistant. Stainless steel bottle opener. Split suede overlays. Soft and tactile leather palm. Leather overlays on palm for durability. Leather grab tab at wrist. Durable. Brushed tricot lining. Breathable
The Outdoor Research BlackPowder Glove builds on sturdy, work-glove style and added the waterproof breathable protection of a Ventia Dry insert. This slick under-cuff glove might be rocking an old-school flavor, but the tech is as up-to-date as you can find. Outdoor Research even included a special bottle-opener ring to make it easy for you to get right to the celebrating after an epic day.
Hardwear store styling with ski glove performance - Outdoor Research's Blackpowder Gloves keep you protected, warm, and able to open a beer at a moments notice. The integrated bottle opener ring can be rotated back and forth for cracking open a cold one or being stowed safely away from snagging on anything.
- Mountain Gear