Smartwool Spring Glove

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Features of the Smartwool PhD Spring Glove TouchTec leather for use with touch screen devices Ultra suede nose wipe thumb panel Adjustable hook and loop closure at wrist Short cuff for all season versatility Lightweight Merino Wool lining

- Moosejaw

Smartwool already makes some pretty intelligent pieces of gear, but only the really clever pieces are given doctorates. When it comes to the SmartWool PhD Spring Glove, brains definitely win over brawn. The nylon and leather shell protect against that wet mashed potatoes you're sliding around in while still being dexterous enough for pole plants and pesky zippers. Wool basically wrote the original thesis on wicking, so you know that lining will keep your hands from overheating in the sunshine, naturally warding off odor in the process.

- Backcountry.com

Smartwool Men's Accessories PhD Spring Glove - Men's-Black-Small SW0SC075001S. Merino lining keeps hands warm and dry and TouchTec leather acts like skin on screens. The ultra suede thumb panel even doubles as a nose wipe.

- CampSaver.com

Touchscreen compatibility and soft merino wool combine in SmartWool's Spring Gloves for functional warmth in cooler temps.. . . TouchTec leather for use with touchscreen devices. Made from a blend of merino wool and nylon for softness, warmth, and shape retention. Lightweight merino wool lining manages sweat and adds warmth. Ultrasuede nose wipe thumb panel. Adjustable hook-and-loop closure at wrist. Short cuff for all-season versatility. SmartWool breathes, manages moisture, regulates temperature, and naturally resists odor

- EMS

A glove you will not want to be without, the new SmartWool Spring Glove for Men is that do-it-all glove that is ideal for spring skiing or backcountry touring; warm enough without being too hot what you are working up a sweat.

- Altrec Outdoors