Working in cold mountain environments has specific requirements and these are warmth, dexterity and grip.
The Extravert has all that and more. Soft shell stretch fabric outerWind-resistantWeather-resistantHighly breathableThermal wool blend liningWrap-around leather palmAnatomical curve-boxed construction3-panel thumbElasticated wristVelcro style tab gauntlet adjustment
This glove is packed with features! Most notably it is a 3 finger glove, otherwise known as a lobster claw glove by some. This means the 2nd, 3rd and 4th fingers are grouped together for extra warmth over a traditional finger glove. However, the 1st finger is separate so that you get getter dexterity over a mitt. Hey, that's the best of both worlds!
Say goodbye to the days when you have to take off your gloves to send a text or answer a call. These touch screen compatible gloves allow you to use a smart- phone, touch screen camera, iPod or laptop while still wearing the gloves. Additionally, fitted with a 300-weight fleece and 100-weight fleece liner these gloves a super- warm, so will keep your hands toasty this winter, this material is also highly breathable and wicking so will stop your hands getting all clammy if you are walking hard and producing excess heat!
These fleece-lined cold weather trekking gloves will keep you cosy on those wintry walks whilst allowing you to take photos of the scenery on your touchscreen phone without having to take your gloves off. The combination of fleece, wool and polyester makes these gloves breathable and highly wicking, meaning your hands stay warm and dry even when you're working hard.
Super cosy winter gloves with touch screen compatible finger tips and soft fleece lining. The outer is made from wool and nylon which is designed to offer durability, breathability and also shed snow. Silicone prints on the palm and fingers provide added grip.
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