Outdoor Research Revolution Glove
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Insulated and waterproof, the Outdoor Research Revolution Gloves were crafted for superior protection in extreme snow storms.
- REI refers to the men's version
Variable insulation, waterproof/breathable Ventia insert and leather palms and fingers make the Men's Outdoor Research Revolution Gloves warm, durable and one of the best values on the ski hill. The obligatory soft wipe on the thumb will keep your nose from becoming raw and (use the other hand!) keeps your goggles clear of wet snow. The DuoCinch gauntlet closure is easy to operate and seals out biting wind and snow, and a wrist cinch fine tunes the fit across the back of your hand.
- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version
Variable insulation, a waterproof/breathable Ventia insert, and leather palms and fingers make the Outdoor Research Revolution Gloves warm, durable and one of the best values on snow. The obligatory soft wipe on the thumb helps to keep a runny nose under control.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
Here to revolutionize gloves on a cold day are Outdoor Research's Revolution Gloves. A sturdy construction with a wind and waterproof design prevents moisture and chilling air from getting in, and a FlexAction wrist keeps your hand in its natural position when resting. Whether you're walking some snowy streets or are hitting the slopes for the first time of the season, do your hands a favor and outfit them in the Revolution Gloves. PRODUCT FEATURES: Durable Waterproof Windproof Breathable Wicking Quick Drying Soft and Tactile Leather Palm FlexAction Wrist Articulation Matches Natural Hand Position DuoCinch Gauntlet Closure Ladder-Lock Wrist Cinch Removable Idiot Cord Pull Loop Fabric: Ventia Dry insert // 100% nylon back of hand // Stretch nylon fourchettes // WR goat leather palm // EnduraLoft Insulation 100% polyester: 333g on back of hand, 200g at palm, 133g at gauntlet Average Weight (oz./g): 7.9oz/223g (L)
- Appalachian Outdoors refers to the men's version