£45.00

 £45.00

 £45.00

Product Code: 1C310541

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  • Black

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Warm, convertible gloves/mittens with foldover thumb and finger pockets. Designed for trekking, handling maps, compasses and GPS.


NOTE: These gloves are engineered with Sealskinz' waterproof membrane but are NOT waterproof around the removable fingers.


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Product Features

  • Waterproof/breathable membrane (not waterproof around the removable fingers)
  • Anatomically designed fingerless mitts
  • Easy fold-over thumb and finger pockets
  • 3D ‘natural feel’ providing flexibility
  • Durable Ripstop outer shell fabric
  • Textured leather palm for great grip
  • DWR treated with windproof membrane
  • Primaloft insulation on backs
  • Micro fleece and Coolmax lining for moisture control
  • Stretch ribbed cuffs
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2 Customer reviews for this product

 
Good but with design flaw
Reviewed By A, 20 Feb 2014

I wore these extensively during a 3 week winter tour watching wildlife in Japan. Very good for use with camera and binoculars and, with a liner, kept my hands warm most of the time. However, while the fit is good the thumbs are too long for my hand (and fit everywhere else well) and, importantly, the Velcro fastening that hold the mitt and thumbs back to free your fingers is so fierce that it damages any other surface that it comes into contact with. They would be much better if magnetic catches were fitted.

 

 

 
Excellent for dexterity in poor weather
Reviewed By Jonathan, 15 Apr 2013

I bought these gloves particularly for photography in colder weather, with the fold-back mitten and thumb sections allowing for easy operation of the camera controls. This convertible feature has also proven useful more generally, giving easy access to zips, wrappers, etc., as well as providing a venting option if you're getting too warm. The gloves aren't completely waterproof (and seem to hold a lot of water when wet) but the Primaloft keeps you warm even when they're soaked. Tested so far in Norway and North Wales, they have stood up to snow, rain and wind admirably. The velcro doesn't hold the main flap in place when wet and the thumb is too large for my hands, but otherwise these gloves are excellent.