Outdoor Research PL 100 Sensor Gloves

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

OR made the PL 100Sensor Gloves to be worn underneath any mitt or glove as a base or on their own to cut the chill on cooler days. The 100-weight fleece is warm, soft, and breathable, and the conduction sensor on the index finger and thumb gives these gloves touch-screen compatibility.

- Summit Hut refers to the men's version

Outdoor Research Men's Accessories PL 100 Sensor Gloves Men's Black S 243203-black-S 2432030001006. We made the PL 100 Sensor Gloves to be worn underneath any mitt or glove or on their own to cut the chill on cooler days. The 100-weight fleece is warm soft and breathable and the conduction sensor on the index finger and thumb gives these gloves touchscreen compatibility.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

The Outdoor Research Men's PL 100 Sensor Glove is a lightweight fleece glove for cool weather. Worn alone they're just right around the city and on the trail to protect against chapped skin in cold, blustery weather. The grip at the palm helps you grab Items like trekking poles and the sensor pads at thumb and forefinger make it possible to text your pals. Getting wet or even colder? Shell gloves or mitts can slide easily over top. Features of the Outdoor Research Men's PL 100 Sensor Glove Breathable Lightweight Wicking Quick Drying Touch-Screen Compatible Silicone Grip Pads on Palm and Finger Tips Contoured Wrist Glove Clips

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

We made the PL 100 Sensor Gloves to be worn underneath any mitt or glove as a base or on their own to cut the chill on cooler days. The 100-weight fleece is warm, soft and breathable, and the conduction sensor on the index finger and thumb gives these gloves touch-screen compatibility.

- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the men's version

As light as air but much warmer, Outdoor Research's PL 100 Sensor Men's Glove is perfect on its own when you're running or under your ski gloves during cold days on the slopes. Radiant Fleece keeps you warm, wicks moisture, and dries quickly, silicone palm pads help you hold poles, electronics, and beers, and the touchscreen-ready thumb and forefinger let you stay connected while you're getting after it.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

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