Black Diamond Cayenne Glove - Men's:
For those who suffer from cold hands or who regularly ski at bitter cold resorts, there is only one glove: the Black Diamond Cayenne. Thanks to its rechargeable Therm-ic 3-level heating system that provides up to 10 hours of heat, the Cayenne lets you dial in the perfect amount of warmth no matter what the conditions. A waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX with XCR Product Technology insert seals out snow and moisture, and for days when the heater isn't required, the Cayenne's PrimaLoft One insulation on the back of the hand keeps the warmth quotient high.
•Fixed lining with 100% waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX with XCR Product Technology insert.
Weight Per Pair : 440 g (15.5 oz)
Temperature Range : -26/-9 °C, -15/15 °F
If you regularly deal with single-digit temps or suffer from cold hands when you ski, Black Diamond had you in mind when it designed the Men's Cayenne Glove. In addition to the Gore-Tex insert, Primaloft One insulation, and burly nylon and leather shell, the Cayenne boasts a three-level Thermic heating system powered by rechargeable lithium-polymer batteries. The heating element cranks out adjustable warmth for up to ten hours, so you'll be able to feel your hands from first chair to last.
|Best Use Gloves:||Work|
|Glove Features:||Battery Heated, Safety Leash, Undercuff|
|Glove Outer Material:||Abrasion-Resistant Leather and Woven Nylon Shell with 4-way Stretch|
|Glove Palm Material:||Goat Leather Palm and Palm Patch|
|Temperature Range:||-15/15° F / -26/-9° C|
|Weight:||15.5 oz / 440 g|
|Black Diamond Cayenne Heated Ski Gloves||$279.95 - $399.00|
|Black Diamond Cayenne Mitt||$399.95|
I purchased these gloves when the Hestra Heater gloves I had bought earlier this year stopped working. One of the Hestra gloves had a wiring problem and would not stay on. So far, the Black Diamond gloves are terrific; however I am concerned as the wiring is exactly the same as that in the Hestra so we will see if these develop the same problem. I was concerned that the gauntlet looked so big in the photos, but it is actually perfect and just comes over my jacket cuff. Both these gloves and the Hestras tend to run a little small, so you are probably better off ordering a size larger than you would expect.
I had high hopes for these gloves. My husband suffers from Raynaud's syndrome and always has cold hands when skiing. I splurged on these gloves for him for Christmas, but they did not keep him warm. One battery would not turn on at all and the other one kept shutting off, even though both batteries indicated they were fully charged.