Outdoor Research Couloir Gloves - Women's

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A durable Taslan shell and waterproof Gore-Tex XCR® insert gives this glove the ability to stand up to seasons of backcountry use. Waterproof leather palms maintain their grip in cold conditions and your poles won’t blow out the seam guard thumbs. Progressive anatomical curve and boxed construction allow you to wear the Couloir on long tours with minimal hand fatigue. The Moonlite Pile fleece palm and 6 oz. insulation on the back of the hand make this glove an excellent performer in deep winter conditions. Available in: Black

- OMCgear

Developed for advanced backcountry skiing and snowboarding, the Outdoor Research Couloir Gloves deliver all the comfort, performance and functionality every serious winter enthusiast needs for untracked adventures. It's built around a rugged Taslan shell backed by a waterproof and highly breathable Gore-Tex insert. Warm Moonlite Pile fleece in the palm and 6-oz. Microloft throughout the back of the gloves help keep your hands warm, although some enthusiasts pair Couloir Gloves with Vert Gloves for optimal cold weather comfort and articulation (this same configuration is found in the Outdoor Research Super Couloir Gloves). The goggle wipe on the left thumb and soft nose wipe on the right are excellent additions--provided that you don't confuse the two locations prior to dropping down a chute.

- Altrec Outdoors

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Couloir Gloves. Read all reviews »

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Discontinued

The Women's Couloir Gloves has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$69.95 - $98.95

The Outdoor Research Women's Couloir Gloves is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 14, 2007 at OMCgear.