Product Code: 1C310277

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The cowhide leather that wraps the fingers and palms, adds to the durability of this already tough mountain glove. With a GORE-TEX® insert, this dexterous yet robust glove is guaranteed to keep your hands dry even in the most demanding conditions. 

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Product Features

  • XCR GORE-TEX® insert 
  • Rugged Nylon outer shell with stretch zoning
  • Fibre Pile and fleece lining 
  • Extended cuff for improved protection
  • Pre-curved fingers and thumb

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5 Customer reviews for this product

Reviewed By stephen, 05 Jan 2015

These are fairly well-made gloves. The large size was a tight fit for my hands, which usually fit medium sized gloves. After about a year they have stretched to fit quite nicely, though. The gloves are not nearly warm enough for my Reynard fingers. The velvety nosewipe fabric quickly loses its pile so you can see the underlying backing threads - not very attractive.



Superb value high-spec winter glove
Reviewed By Robin, 05 Sep 2014

Compared to similar-spec winter models, at less than £100 these Couloir Gloves represent excellent value for money! I used them as my 'warm' gloves while ski-touring last winter and found that they performed equally well in wet or dry cold weather conditions.
In use, the elastic wrist straps are particularly useful and save you worrying about dropping the gloves, or having them blow away when you need to take them off. There's no need for liner gloves as the pile lining creates a lovely warm cushion of air around the hands, and also serves to wick sweat away, leaving your hands at a comfortable temperature inside. The inner appears to be well attached and doesn't move around or invert when you're taking them off. Despite more modern insulating fabrics being available, fibre pile still reins supreme for warm-when-wet use in mixed conditions, and works especially well in gloves where snow can be pushed inside by accident.
For a full-weight winter glove they are remarkably light and dextrous; much more so than similar-spec ski gloves. If you're using them to ski in resort those wrist elastics are invaluable when you're reaching for the phone or taking photographs.
The wide fabric cuff makes them easy to get on and off; allows over- or under-jacket use, and can be cinched up tight with the toggles. The gloves are gently elasticated over the back of the wrist to provide a closer fit, but don't feel as tight or constrictive as other winter models I've used.
Finally, they're lighter and less bulky in the rucksack than most winter gloves, which is an issue if you tend to wear a lighter pair of 'working' gloves most of the time.
Like most Mountain Equipment products, these have been well conceived and well constructed. Mine certainly feel like they're built to last and will give a good few more years' service. Look after the leather on them and they'll look after you!
Highly recommended :)



Great gloves
Reviewed By George, 02 Apr 2014

I took these gloves to the Sierra Nevada in Spain to do some mountaineering, while I was there temperatures on the mountain got down to -20'c, yet my hands stayed nice and toasty (I have reynards, so my hands are usually cold when it is +20!!!). I did not use any liner gloves, but the pile lining is very comfortable. Even when I had to take the gloves off and they were hanging from my wist (useful feature) to do intricate things like my laces, my hands soon warmed up in a minute or so.
Overall great gloves, I will be taking them to Mongolia this summer for my ascent of the worlds most remote mountain! As well as use for ice climbing.



awesome gloves
Reviewed By Alex, 11 Mar 2014

my work leant me these gloves for the winter, i took them climbing in norway, climbing and skiing in france and, of course mountaineering and climbing in scotland... and i have to say, i was impressed.

i gave them a hard time, as you do with kit that doesnt belong to you, anf they pulled through amazingly. a little fading of the colour in the high wear areas of the palm, multiple marks in the leather, but overall i would recommend these gloves to anybody.



Great winter gloves
Reviewed By James, 12 May 2012

I took these gloves to Scotland for a winter skills week up in the cairngorm mountains, they kept my hands warm and dry all week even when I foolish took them off to do something and a snow drift filled them full of snow I didn't use inners that week and my spare gloves never came out of my sack. my one issue is the palms discolour very quickly but they never leaked and held true thought the week unlike many of my mates gloves.



About the brand

Mountain Equipment

Above and beyond since 1961

Mountain Equipment has been making top quality expedition clothing and equipment for over fifty years. They work with pro athletes, mountain guides and Sherpas the world over to create a range of equipment that can stand up to the most challenging conditions in the most remote areas. They have played a part of every British first assent over 8000m and have reached the summit of Everest more than 175 times.

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