Outdoor Research StormCell Gloves
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For springtime ice climbing, when routes are apt to having much wetter conditions than in winter, the Outdoor Research StormCell Gloves are a protective (with foam padding at the back of the hand for impacts) and functional necessity. With quick-drying, synthetic leather Clarino palms and fingers, and stretch woven fabric with a waterproof/breathable Gore-Tex insert, even the most damp of conditions don't stand a chance against these gloves. For enhanced tactility and dry warmth during your favorite spring ice route, these Outdoor Research gloves are exactly what your pick-wielding hands need.
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On Sale. Free Shipping. Outdoor Research StormCell Glove FEATURES of the Outdoor Research StormCell Glove Durable Waterproof Windproof Breathable Wicking Ultra Tactile Chamude Clarino Palm Back-of-Hand EVA Foam Padding Silicone Grip Pads on Palm and Finger Tips Hook and Loop Wrist Closure Neoprene Wrist Pull Loop SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research StormCell Glove Weight: (L): 4.2 oz / 119 g Comfort Range: 15/40deg F / -17/-1deg C Gore-Tex insert with X-Trafit Technology 100% stretch-nylon face Synthetic Leather Clarino palm Neoprene back of hand and back of fingers Gore-Tex This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
Milder days on the ice can leave your hands wet, cold and slippery. It was with those routes under running water in mind we created the StormCell. With quick-dry, synthetic leather Clarino palms and fingers for greater tactility - especially in wet conditions - and stretch woven fabric with a waterproof/breathable GORE-TEX insert, the StormCell is your ideal companion when tackling spring ice.