Outdoor Research Sensor Glove

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The women's Outdoor Research Sensor gloves protect your hands from the cold while keeping you connected to friends and family through your touch-screen smartphone or tablet.

- REI

When Fido begs for a stroll through the park in chilly weather, slip on the Outdoor Research Women's Sensor Glove and head out the door with toasty digits. Its Radiant Fleece fabric provides 100-weight insulation and resists wind to keep your hand comfortably warm in late fall and early spring. The fabric also wicks moisture and is breathable for extra comfort. TouchTec leather lets you use touchscreen devices and snap shots of your pooch chasing imaginary animals to share with the rest of the world without having to expose your digits to the cold. MirrorSeam and MotionWrap construction ensure a comfortably snug fit, and the contoured cuff slips easily under your winter jacket sleeves.

- Backcountry.com

The Outdoor Research Sensor Glove is built of wind-resistant, insulating 100-weight Radiant Fleece, and featuring TouchTec leather palm technology. The Sensor allows the use of touch screen devices without the need to remove your gloves and is designed to keep your hands warm when you break out your gadgets in cold weather. MirrorSeam and MotionWrap construction ensures a comfortable, snug fit.

- CampSaver.com

Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Women's Sensor Gloves FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Women's Sensor Gloves Breathable Lightweight Wicking Quick Drying Touch-Screen Compatible Soft and Tactile Leather Palm MotionWrap Construction for Minimal Seaming MirrorSeam Double-Layer Fleece Construction Contoured Wrist Glove Clip SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Women's Sensor Gloves Weight: per pair: (M): 2.9 oz / 81 g Radiant Fleece 95% polyester, 5% spandex, 100 weight 100% goat leather palm This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw