Columbia Sportswear Men's Thermarator Gloves

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Columbia Sportswear Thermarator Gloves
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The Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining in these Columbia Thermarator Gloves for Men retains body heat for long-lasting warmth. The PU palm grip ensures dexterity while elastic at the wrist blocks out the cold. A security clip keeps these performance fleece gloves together. Made of 100% polyester Thermarator fleece. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: CM9727.


  • Elastic at wrist gives you a secure fit


  • Thermorator fleece fabric features the Omni-Heat thermal reflective print on the inside face to reflect body heat back to your hand

Weather and Wind:

  • Omni-Shield advanced repellency resists light rain and stains


  • Made in China


  • Omni-Heat thermal reflective system reflects and retains body heat for an average of 20% more warmth
  • Grippy palm and thumb
  • Gloves clip together for safekeeping—no more singleton gloves
  • PU palm patch helps you get a firm hand-hold on your poles or shovel
  • US shipments only

For easy-going, cozy warmth as you go about your business on a chilly winter's day, pull on the Columbia Men's Thermarator Glove. The breathable fleece and grippy palm make this an ideal choice for shoveling, cross-country skiing, or around-town wear.

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The snow- and stain-shedding fleece of Columbia Sportswear's Thermarator gloves joins heat-reflecting technology and grippy palm and thumb surfaces.
A performance fleece glove outfitted with Columbia's most progressive heat-retention technology, the Thermarator packs tons of warmth in a sleek, soft package.

Columbia's exclusive Omni-Heat® thermal reflective fabric perfectly manages warmth around your hands. Elastic at the wrists minimizes heat loss. Polyurethane grip palm patches provide a sure grip. Imported.
Sizes: S-XL.
Colors: Gravel, Black, Grill (not shown).
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Also available for: Women

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Columbia Sportswear Thermarator Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great gloves

I got to wear these gloves during this cold wave, 11 degrees outside my house. They kept my fingers warm without the need for the hand warmers that fit in the back of the glove. I can't wait to try them with the hand warmers someday.
I normally wear XL but I ordered XXL because I like them a little lose. These are XXL but are still on the snug side.
TominMd at Cabelas on 01/29/2013

Negative Reviews:

Seams started tearing in 2 days

When tis arrived I tied them on and they seemed to fit fine. So I went out walking my dog. They were fine.

Next day anotehr dog walk and I noticed near the end of the walk a chill on two fingers. I looked at my hand and two of the seams had opned up. Brought them back to the store and got a refund.

I like Columbia Sportswear but the quality cntrol on tis item is lacking.
Chesapeake Dave at on 02/02/2014

Neutral Reviews:

Very warm, but uncomfortable....

They run a little tight if you buy your size, but it will be too big if you go one size up....
Anonymous at Cabelas on 01/15/2013