''Jack be nimble and Jack be quick'' will be an apt description of you when you wear the Outdoor Research Men's HighCamp Glove. The most agile member of the HighCamp family, this glove offers waterproof protection, breathable warmth, and digit dexterity when you're handling tools in inclement conditions. The fleece liner comes out, so you can go liner-less on warm, wet days, which, btw, is not the same as going commando, ahem. And you can wear just the liner when you go for a jog on a mild February day. Whether your playground is Mount Hood or the streets of New York, this versatile glove keeps your hands warm and functional under a variety of circumstances.
Made from Ventia Dry, an exclusive Outdoor Research fabric, the shell offers waterproof, breathable protection for long-wearing warmth and comfort when you're facing an icy technical route in below-zero wind chill. The shell itself is insulated with lightweight, thermally efficiency PrimaLoft One. This synthetic insulation consists of micro fibers engineered to resist moisture penetration, as well as penetration by bitingly cold air. Even if insistent rain managed to work its way through the shell, it would still have to get through your fleece liner before reaching your hands.
The liner consists of lightweight polyester fleece. Pre-curved construction on both the shell and the liner means you don't waste valuable energy trying to flex the glove and your fingers at the same time. Both the shell and the liner offer enhanced palms to give you a sure grip on tools, even when the sky pelts you with ice daggers. Batten down the hatches with the ladder-lock wrist cinch and SuperCinch gauntlet closures. And when you're in the middle of blizzard, stuck on a ledge in your bivy sack, keep your fingers going by filling the heat-pack pockets with, well, heat packs.
- Ventia Dry Insert shell (100% nylon)
- Goat leather palm
- PrimaLoft One 340g insulation
- Removable 100g fleece liner, silicon-grip palm
- SuperCinch gauntlet closure, Ladder-lock wrist cinch
- Heat pack pocket on back of liner