686 Tundra Insulated Gloves

Priced: $50.00 Rated:   - 1 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
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The 686 Tundra Insulated Glove has a discrete camouflage print that will blend with any snowboard garb you are wearing. The knuckle and palm fiberfill insulation and waterproof liner will keep you warm, dry and protected. The pre-curved full finger grip and sand grip anti-slip palm reinforcement allows you to grip and hold at your command. The Velcro adjustable cuff tab with partially elasticized neoprene wrist forms to your hand in a personal way giving you a fit of comfort and individual shape.

Traction and Grip:

  • Sand grip wrist pull-tab

Features:

  • Velvex nose wipe thumb panel
  • Ladder stretch finger inserts
Skis.com (2013)
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Battery Heated:No
Breathable:Yes
Cuff Style:Under the cuff
Down Filled:No
Material:Poly oxford
Model #:L2WGLV11 ARMY M
Outer Material:Softshell
Race:No
Removable Liner:No
Touch Screen Capable:No
Type:Glove
Use:Ski/Snowboard
Warranty:Other
Waterproof:Yes
Wristguards:No

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686 Tundra Insulated Gloves Review:

Reviews:

Poor construction and materials

The primary downfall of these gloves were the palms. The palms are of a material I don't care for (it feels plasticky and has cracked or worn very quckly when I've encountered it on other gloves). Much worse was the cut of the material. The material of the palms is not properly fitted to the rest of the glove. This makes for a terrible grip with creases or taughtness in all the wrong places resulting in gloves that are irritating to just have on your hands, much less put to use.
Dan at Skis.com on 06/06/2013