Outdoor Research Southback Gloves - Women's

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A GORE-TEX liner and lighter insulation across the leather palms give the Women's Outdoor Research Southback Gloves excellent tactile feel on your pole grips and bomber durability. The mid-length gauntlet is big enough to fit over your jacket cuff, or the DuoCinch closure can easily compress it enough to fit under your cuff. A soft wipe on the thumb works as a great chamois for your goggles when the powder has PNW water content, and the idiot cords keep you from skiing the bumps under the lift instead of the powder off the backside.

- Altrec Outdoors

Outdoor Research Women's Accessories Southback Glove - Women's-Black-Small 727602000000. The mid-length gauntlet of the Southback Glove is big enough to fit over your jacket cuff and keeps the snow out on steep deep powder days.

- CampSaver.com

Features of the Outdoor Research Women's Southback Glove Waterproof Windproof Breathable Wicking Soft and Tactile Leather Palm SuperCinch gauntlet Closure Removable Idiot Cord Nose Wipe on Thumb Pull Loop 265 g back of hand 133 g on palm Pre-curved Construction

- Moosejaw

The Outdoor Research Southback GTX insulated gloves are essential for deep powder days where waterproof protection and warm insulation are key.


Outdoor Research Women's Southback Gloves


The Outdoor Research Women's Southback Gloves is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 14, 2018 at EMS.

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