Black Diamond Pilot Glove

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Black Diamond Pilot Gloves.
Make your outdoor adventures more comfortable wearing the Black Diamond Pilot Gloves. The gloves are one of the best accessories you can take with you, during climbing or hiking trips. Their high manufactured quality are the reason your hands will stay warm and safe from the harsh realities of extreme cold, and prevent frostbite. Gloves designed with wind-resistant woven nylon and 4-way stretch, to protect your hands from strong winds. Their shell adds additional protection in temperatures ranging between -7/2 C and 20/35 F. They feature goat leather palms to deliver an excellent grip on rocks and other slippery surfaces, to keep you safe. The Black Diamond's are available in four different sizes to choose from. A black stylish design is presented to let you stand out in the crowd. Stay out in the cold longer, wearing Black Diamond Pilot Gloves.
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Key Features.


  • Wind-resistant nylon shells have 4-way stretch for great mobility and dexterity

Lining and Layers:

  • Bonded, brushed tricot lining wicks moisture and is comfortable next to skin


  • Grab your ice tools or ski poles with the grippy goat leather palms
  • Black Diamond Pilot gloves have neoprene cuffs

Springtime is a great time to see the mountains - out West, at least, because it's kind of muddy here in Vermont. For early-season trips where temperatures aren't too cold but chilly gusts and snowy slopes are still a concern, pick up a pair of Black Diamond Pilot Gloves. They provide breathable wind resistance and a goat leather palm for durable gear handling, and their versatility will also let you take them on a trail run or out for a mild-weather ice climb.

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Black Diamond is all about climbing and skiing. The company traces its roots back to 1957, when pioneering rock climber Yvon Chouinard started making pitons on a backyard anvil. In 1989, Chouinard Equipment Ltd. became Black Diamond Equipment, and these days the company offers a vast array of equipment for all kinds of mountain activities.

Here at, we sell more Black Diamond items than any other brand. From avalanche gear to Z-Poles, Black Diamond has the right tools for your adventure. 

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Light and stretchy, the Black Diamond Pilot glove provides soft shell protection & breathability when you're really working hard in cold conditions.


When you're out for a run or on the approach to a winter climb, the lightweight Black Diamond Pilot soft-shell gloves will keep your fingers comfortable and maintain good dexterity.


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Country of Origin:China
Goggle Squeegee:no
Insulation Material:No
Lining fabric:Brushed tricot
Nose Wipe:yes
Palm material:Leather
Removable liner:No
Shell fabric:Nylon
Suggested temperature rating:20/35o F / -7/2o C
Temperature Range:-7/2 °C, 20/35 °F
Weatherproof Material:4-way Stretch Windproof Nylon
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Black Diamond Pilot Glove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Pilot Glove Shines

I use these for skinning up on my splitboard. The leather palm and fingers are great for grip and the snug fit provided the needed dexterity for assembling and knocking down a splitboard with skins. Have only used them once so duability is unknown but they seem very well-made.
Skinning is Winning at Mountain Gear on 12/12/2011

Negative Reviews:

Not Very Warm

The gloves looked great and were a good fit for my hands. I was looking forward to using them for many seasons, but they are not warm enough. I've used them on two trips. The warmest trip was up Mt Baldy in late spring with winds gusting to 30 mph, temps were in the low 50's. My hands were cold with these gloves.
Active Dad at Mountain Gear on 05/05/2008

Neutral Reviews:

A bit too simple...

The are a bit small and do not offer enough protection for ice climbing. But great they're great for classic mountaineering.
Jhoffmeyer at Mountain Gear on 01/01/2011