Black Diamond LightWeight ScreenTap Fleece Gloves

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Combining lightweight stretch with touch-screen-compatible palms and fingers, the Black Diamond Lightweight Screentap gloves bring warmth and functionality to your run, hike or cold-weather commute.

- REI

Features of the Black Diamond LightWeight Screentap Glove 195 g Polartec Power Stretch Pro on back of hand U|R Powered material on palm and fingers for gloves-on touchscreen use Combining a lightweight stretch material on the back of hand with digital material on the palm and fingers

- Moosejaw

Light, stretchy gloves with the added benefit of full touchscreen functionality, the Black Diamond LightWeight ScreenTap gloves are ideal for skiing, trail running or hiking with your smartphone. We started with a stretchy, lightweight Polartec Power Stretch fleece shell, then covered the entire palm with U|R Powered material to allow for gloves-on touchscreen use.. . . . . . This product will be shipped directly from Black Diamond and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only. . . . . . . 195 g Polartec(R) Power Stretch Pro on back of hand. . U|R(R) Powered material on palm and fingers for gloves-on touchscreen use. .

- EMS

Whether you're headed out to the door on a brisk, autumn trail run or going for a quick cross-country ski session with the dogs, the Black Diamond Lightweight Screentap Liner Glove provides low-profile warmth and dexterity. The Polartec Power Stretch not only offers warmth, but unimpeded mobility, while the touch-screen palm and finger tips enable you to access your smart devices on the go. Layer the Lightweight Screentap Liner Glove underneath a hard shell for added protection, or wear it on its lonesome come warmer temperatures.

- Backcountry.com