Dynafit Storm Overglove

Priced: $59.96 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Dynafit Storm Overglove
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Take cover with Dynafit's weather-resistant, insulated Storm Overglove. Alone or in combination with a fleece glove or liner, this overglove provides stormproof protection, essential grip and comfort, and convenience, like the finger openings for dexterity-demanding tasks.

Lining and Layers:

  • PrimaLoft insulation lines the back of the hand and thumb for optimal warmth


  • Moisture-wicking and antibacterial-treated micro-Bemberg polyester lining helps prevent sweat and stink
  • Polyester with DWR coating repels water to keep you dry

Traction and Grip:

  • Goatskin-reinforced thumb provides strength, durability, and grip
  • Grip zones on palm side give you purchase on pole or anything else you want to securely hold


  • For superior warmth, wear in combination with the Dynafit Speed Glove
  • Finger openings allow freedom of movement for fingers while maintaining warmth
  • PU-coated palm side provides durable weather protection
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Dynafit Storm Overglove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great mitten when used in combination with the Radical Wind Stopper Glove. Excellent dexterity in transitions in SkiMo races. Very warm.

snop131924 at Backcountry.com on 02/02/2013

Neutral Reviews:

A pretty neat concept of the hole in the palm. I like the fact that you dont need to constantly take the entire mitt on/off and can just poke your hand through the hole. However the "primaloft" and DWR "waterproof" coating leave something to be desired.
A great Idea executed moderatley

Eric at Backcountry.com on 10/23/2013