Spyder Synthesis Gore-Tex Glove

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Spyder's Synthesis Gore-Tex Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

You'd probably have more fun skiing if you weren't sitting in the lodge half the time trying to get some feeling back into your hands. Lucky for you, the Spyder Women's Synthesis Gore-Tex Glove lives to warm your digits with 150g 3M Thinsulate insulation. With a combination of Gore-Tex and an Xt. L laminate, they'll keep dry even when you're skiing wet and manky snow. Plus, Spyder added its Spylon+ DWR coating for extra water resistance and durability. A micro-bemberg lining keeps your hands nice and cozy, and the water-resistant goatskin leather palm gives a good grip on your ski poles. A Pre-curved articulated fit sets the Synthesis at your hand's natural position for all-day comfort, so you and your fingers can start looking forward to ski days.

- Backcountry.com

There is nothing worst than having your digits freezing during an epic powder day. Stop all of that today with the Synthesis GORE-TEX Glove from Spyder. Rally all day long without ever taking a break. PRODUCT FEATURES: Zippered heater pack pocket lets you add warmth on those below-zero days Pre-curved shape offers better grip and feel Material; [body] stretch polyester; [lining] Micro-Bemberg (brushed polyester tricot); [palm] goat skin leather Insulation; Thermore TMK Compact (150g) Waterproofing; Gore-Tex insert

- Appalachian Outdoors

When you're winter is filled with 100 plus skier / snowboarder days you need the super warmth and all weather function of the Spyder Women's Synthesis Gore-Tex Gloves. A technical masterpiece, this Spyder glove not only has that cool look factor to match all your winter clothing; it keeps your hands totally dry within its waterproof breathable GORE-TEX HP insert, and toasty warm wrapped by 150 grams of Thinsulate insulation. Besides the gloves excellent water-repellent technology, its pre-curved design optimizes fit, comfort, and your riding grip. An added breathable leather palm ensures solid ski pole contact and spontaneous edge grabs. When the temps drop and the powder fly's an adjustable wrist strap with elastic secures the fit, a gauntlet seals the sleeve gap, and hidden zippered heater pack pocket allows for an addition boost of heat. With the Women's Synthesis Gore-Tex Gloves you'll not only go 100 plus, but also 50,000 vertical at a pop.

- Altrec Outlet

Spyder Womens Synthesis Gore Gloves - The two biggest names in technical materials join hands in the Synthesis Glove. Waterproof, breathable GORE-tex inserts keep your hands dry so they don't get clammy - the easiest way for fingers to catch cold and lose dexterity. To guard against frigid winter weather, Thinsulate Insulation lays a protective barrier between your skin and Mother Nature. With friends like these, you don't have enemies. GORE-TEX HP Waterproof/Breathable Insert. Fabric Coordinates to Women's Quest Collection. Soft Chamude Nose Wipe on Thumb. Zippered Heater Pack Pocket. Adjustable Webbing Wrist Cinch. Full Length Over The Cuff Gauntlet. Elastisized Wrist. Single Hand Drawcord. Pre-Curved Articulated Fit. Brushed Tricot Lining. Custom Spyder Logo Trims. 2-Way Stretch Twill Weave with XT.L 10,000mm Membrane and Spylon Water Repellent Finish. Water Resistant Drum Dyed Leather. Thinsulate Insulation, 150 gram

- Massey's Outfitters

Spyder Synthesis Gore-Tex Glove

previously retailed for:
$35.98 - $74.95

The Spyder Synthesis Gore-Tex Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 17, 2015 at Backcountry.com.

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