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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Spyder's Women's Traverse Gore-Tex Glove page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Sticking your hands down your pants on the chairlift in an attempt to warm up can be awkward. The Spyder Traverse Gore-Tex Glove can help. A Gore-Tex membrane guarantees waterproof breathable protection during snowy ski sessions while Xt and Spylon+ DWR make water bead up on the fabric's surface so it doesn't even make it through the first layer. Under all this waterproof protection is 200g ThermaWeb insulation to keep your mitts nice and toasty all day. A super-soft lining feels real nice on your digits, and a durable synthetic palm puts up with abuse.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

There is nothing worst than having your digits freezing during an epic powder day. Stop all of that today with the Traverse GORE-TEX Glove from Spyder. Rally all day long without ever taking a break. PRODUCT FEATURES: GORE-TEX completely waterproof and very breathable fabric 200g warm ThermaWeb insulation Nylon twill Xt.L fabric Adjustable wrist strap cinches to keep out cold air Grippy Rubbertec palm for good grip Soft micro Bemberg lining Spylon DWR beads water off the fabric surface Mid-length cuff gauntlet fits with jacket to keep out snow Zippered heater pack pocket holds hand warmers

- Appalachian Outdoors refers to the men's version

Canvassing the mountain from edge to edge in a day requires powder pocket tenacity no matter what the objective hazards. When the weather and snow conditions make it a challenge, you'll be glad you chose the Spyder Men's Traverse Gore-Tex Gloves to meet it head on. As you repel into the Slot Couloir this nylon faille weave glove resists the abrasion and adds grip with its Rubbertec palm. Pulling the rope, the gloves GORE-TEX HP waterproof, breathable insert along with its Spylon DWR (Durable Water Repellent) water-repellent finish keep your hands totally dry, while its ThermaWeb with brushed fleece insulation maintains exceptional warmth. Giving your nose a wipe from the chamude thumb patch, you cinch down the wrist strap of the GORE gloves and check that the removable leash is in place. Picking a skiers left line, windshield wiper turns become the call for speed control as the glove gauntlet protects the wrist from occasional snow punches to check balance. Exiting the narrows you let your fat skis run as you set up for taking on the Phantom next. When it's a big reward day, the Spyder Men's Traverse Gore-Tex Gloves help you make it happen.

- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version

The warm and protective Spyder Men's Traverse Gore-Tex Gloves feature a waterproof, breathable membrane insert that allows perspiration to evaporate through the fabric while locking out snow and ice. The ThermaWeb insulation traps heat close to your fingers to keep them warm and toasty. Pre-curved articulated construction provides a great fit, making it easy to grip poles or adjust gear.Mini oxford weave shell fabric with XT coating and Spylon DWR.Micro-Bemberg nylon brushed tricot lining.ThermaWeb 200g insulation.Rubbertec palm.Waterproof breathable GORE-TEX insert.Single-handed draw cord.Elasticized wrist with adjustable strap.Integrated goggle wipe.Soft chamude nose wipe on thumb.Mid length cuff gauntlet.Removable wrist leash.Pre-curved articulated fit.Import.

- Campmor refers to the men's version

Spyder Traverse Gore-Tex Glove

previously retailed for:
$19.98 - $70.00

The Spyder Traverse Gore-Tex Glove is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 10, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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