Outdoor Research Knuckleduster Gloves

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CLOSEOUTS . The best hand protection hard-charging guys can get, Outdoor Researchand#39;s Knuckleduster gloves feature a waterproof breathable, insulated, and under-the-sleeve design with EVA foam panels to protect the back of the hand. Available Colors: BLACK, PEWTER PRINT/PEWTER. Sizes: 2XS, XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Men's Knuckleduster Gloves FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Men's Knuckleduster Gloves Insulation: 340g Polyfil at Back of Hand 200g at Palm Side Leather Palm with Perforated Leather Reinforcement Panels EVA Foam Panels at Back of Hand Soft Tricot Lining Stylish Metal Rivet Soft Nose Wipe on Thumb Glove Clip Pre-curved Construction SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Men's Knuckleduster Gloves Weight: per pair: 6.9 oz / 196 g Comfort Range: -5/25deg F / -21/-4deg C Ventia Dry insert 100% Nylon back of hand Goat leather palm and fingers, EnduraLoft insulation, 100% Polyester Goat leather palm Ventia Fixed Insulation Leather Palm This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

A high-style undercuff glove built with Ventia Dry waterproof technology, EnduraLoft synthetic insulation, and all the features to throw down when it's nuking snow.

- RockCreek

A high-style undercuff glove built with all the features to throw down when it's nuking snow.


The Outdoor Research Men's KnuckleDuster Glove doesn't distinguish between knuckle-draggers and those on two sticks. Ventia Dry construction ensures that moisture from chin-high powder spray won't saturate the glove, and it wicks away awkward palm sweat as well. That means you can still shake hands with the ski bunny who catches your eye in the lodge and not freak her out with slippery paws. The leather palm, reinforced with perforated leather panels, gives you a firm grip on tools, and EVA foam panels on the back of the hand protect your knuckles from scraping against the concrete, rails in the park, or trees on the trail. The tricot lining is soft against your skin, and the gentle nose wipe on the thumb won't rub your conk, even after repeated swipes.

- Backcountry.com