Sierra Designs Enforcer Ski Glove


Waterproof 20,000 mm
Breathability 15,000 grams per sq m
Palm Fabric Deerskin Leather / 5 mm Natural Gel
Shell Fabric Fused Nylon Waterproof / Breathable
Insulation 150g ThinsulateTM

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Ready to tackle tough mountainous adventures and extreme cold, the Sierra Designs Enforcer gloves offer durable exteriors and cozy insulation to keep your hands warm and dry in snowy climates. Waterproof, breathable inserts stitched into the gloves' interiors keep your hands dry and comfortable even while spending all day in the snow. Warm, lightweight Thinsulate(TM) synthetic insulation keeps your fingers warm even in extreme cold. Reinforced leather palms and thumbs offer a reliable, flexible grip even when wet. 5mm heel padding helps absorb shock and protect hands from rough, abrasive surfaces. Soft, absorbent fabric between thumbs and fingers offer a non-abrasive place to wipe your nose or brow. Adjustable gauntlet drawcords help seal in warmth and keep rain and snow out. Backs of gloves feature zippered pockets for handwarmers. Closeout.


The Sierra Designs Men's Enforcer Ski Glove is a powder-day pipe dream with waterproof/breathable Tropozone insert, super warm Thinsulate insulation and Fusonic streamline construction. The warm and flexible deerskin palm and fingers enhance ski pole grip while a stash pocket offers convenient access to your powder day essentials. With wide gauntlets with interior and exterior cords, the Sierra Designs Enforcer Ski Gloves for men keep the heat in, and the pow out.

- Altrec Outdoors

Sierra Designs Enforcer Ski Glove


The Sierra Designs Enforcer Ski Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 10, 2014 at REI.

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