Outdoor Research

Bitterblaze Glove

If you find yourself crossing a snowy ridgeline with a pair of skis across your back, keep your fingers warm with Outdoor Research's Bitterblaze Glove. It might be easy to forget about your fingers with the amazing view, the thought of the great chute you're about to drop into, and all the fun you're going to have. But they still need to stay warm so you can keep your partner on belay, handle that ice axe, and still maneuver around through your pack as you prepare to make your descent. Using Aerogel gel insulation originally used by NASA, this glove's palm virtually eliminates the cold spots that normal gloves get after seasons of use. The rest of the glove is filled with Primaloft's top-of-the-line Gold insulation for dependable warmth at a surprisingly low weight. Gore-Tex Xtrafit combined with a nylon and spandex blend create a waterproof and windproof exterior without compromising flexibility. This way you can be sure your fingers will be warm enough to get the job done, whatever it may be.

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Price Range: $101.21 - $135.00


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