Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Stimulus Glove

Retailers' Descriptions

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Warm liner or stand alone glove. Palm is fully conductive and works with touch screen devices.

- Summit Hut refers to the men's version

Stretchy and snug as a second skin for outstanding agility, the touch-screen compatible Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Stimulus gloves offer warmth and resilience when worn alone or as liners.

- REI refers to the men's version

The Mountain Hardwear Men's Power Stretch Stimulus Glove is a stretch glove that will work with your favorite touchscreen electronics. The Power Stretch Stimulus is made with the soft and snug Polartec Power Stretch fleece with Stimulus Palm. The Stimulus fabric allows you to use your Smartphone while you're still wearing your gloves, saying goodbye to cold fingers in fall, winter, and any time it's just a bit chilly out. To and from the car, and wherever you end up. Features of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Power Stretch Stimulus Glove Snug-Fitting, Polartec Power Stretch back of hand keeps hands warm while maintaining dexterity Conductive stretch fleece palm functions with touchscreen devices Screen print on palm keeps phone secure while holding Flat-lock construction for a seamless Fit Wear alone or use as a liner

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

If you%E2%80%99ve ever taken off your gloves to use your smartphone, you%E2%80%99ll appreciate the genius of the Power Stretch%C2%AE Stimulus%E2%84%A2 Glove. This everyday glove features a stretch-fleece palm and fingers embedded with our conductive Stimulus%E2%84%A2 technology for touchscreen-friendly swiping and tapping. Snug-fitting, Polartec%C2%AE Power Stretch%C2%AE keeps hands warm without compromising dexterity. Wear alone or as a liner.

- Mountain Hardwear refers to the men's version

The Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Stimulus Gloves are made with Polartec Power Stretch fabric for warmth and dexterity, and the conductive fleece palm works well when you go to snap a pic of the morning's run with your smartphone.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

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