Outdoor Research Extravert Glove
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Optimized for skiing, the Outdoor Research Extravert Gloves for men feature a soft shell fabric design that enhances finger dexterity without leaving your hands in the cold. These wind and weather-resistant gloves are a perfect and highly cost-effective choice for skiers who often resort to buying expensive mountaineering or winter climbing gloves for finger mobility qualities. Outdoor Research applied a thermal wool blend throughout the lining of the Men's Extravert Gloves for enhanced warmth that retains heat even when damp. This design was recently refined with an updated thumb crotch design that improves the overall thumb articulation. The durable wrap-around leather palm remains in place to enhance durability and longevity. The Men's Extravert Gloves are also ideal for snowy winter commutes--especially when you're opting for mass transit alternatives to the gridlock on icy highways.
- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version
Description of Outdoor Research ExtraVert GlovesThese work gloves combine the grip and dexterity of wrapped leather palms with the warmth and comfort of a wool blend insulation. Theyre just right for cold mornings on the up-track and sunny powder turns.FeaturesAvg. Weight oz.g 5.5 156
- US Outdoor Store refers to the men's version
These work gloves combine the grip and dexterity of wrapped leather palms with the warmth and comfort of wool insulation.
- GearX.com refers to the men's version
For those cooler, bluebird days when the sun is shining and a heavy-duty insulated glove would be overkill, slide your digits into the Outdoor Research ExtraVert Glove. Built with a stretchy, breathable softshell fabric body and a leather palm, this lightweight workhorse combines the toughness of a work glove with the warmth and flexibility of a ski glove. The wool and synthetic lining adds warmth, wicks moisture, and resists accumulating odors, and the pre-shaped fingers add dexterity and help you grip your ski pole with greater confidence.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version