Black Diamond Transition Rock Gloves.
The Black Diamond Transition Rock Gloves are a great pair of gloves for serious climbers who have both safety and comfort in mind. The gloves are primarily made from goat leather which is known for its strength and comfort. A great feature of these gloves is the cutting edge Tweave Stretch Fabric that lines the inside of the gloves. This fabric is unique because of its ability to stretch in multiple directions and withstand great pulling forces after which it returns to its original shape. Climbers face all types of surfaces on a daily basis. To increase the strength of the gloves the knuckles and palms have patches made with Kevlar which is one of the strongest materials available. Most climbers have difficulty coping with sweaty hands. The Black Diamond Transition gloves are breathable on all surfaces which greatly reduces water retention and the chance for slippage. The gloves have been designed so they are ideal for belaying. If you are a novice climber or an experienced mountaineer your next purchase should be a pair of the black Diamond Transition Rock Gloves.
This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
Transition Rock Gloves by Black Diamond are full-fingered leather glove with breathable stretch fabric, designed for via ferrata and belaying.
Whether you're jugging hundreds of feet on a Yosemite big wall or giving a belay at the local sport crag, protect your hand with the Black Diamond Transition Climbing Glove. Goat leather on the palm and knuckles gives you a sure grip on the rope while the woven nylon stretches to provide sensitive dexterity.
|Weight:||3.3 oz / 93 g (M)|
|Weight Per Pair:||93 g (3.3 oz)|
Using these everyday at the gym I work at was supposed to destroy these gloves in about six months. They have lasted me almost two years with only slight damage to the velcro. I have full dexterity and am able to completely rig complex systems like 6:1's and Double C's in the same amount of time as someone not wearing gloves. Long story short, I no longer call them gloves. I call them Old Faithful Left and Old Faithful Right.