Eastern Mountain Sports Altitude 3-in-1 Gloves

Priced: $49.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Eastern Mountain Sports Altitude 3-in-1 Gloves
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Eastern Mountain Sports Altitude 3-in-1 Gloves - The waterproof, versatile Altitude 3-in-1 Gloves feature insulated shells and removable liner gloves (with touchscreen capability), which you can wear separately or together. Ideal for variable weather conditions when skiing, boarding, and winter hiking.

Fiber Content: Shell: 100% nylon.
Insulation: 100% polyester.
Removable liner: 100% polyester.
Country of Origin: Imported

Lining and Layers:

  • ~ Soft brushed tricot shell lining offers next-to-skin comfort

Fabric:

  • ~ Made of polyester for quick-drying comfort

Fit:

  • ~ Wrist cinch and elastic secures the fit and keeps warmth in

Insulation:

  • ~ Thermolite Micro insulation provides warmth

Ventilation:

  • ~ Waterproof, breathable System Three technology keeps hands dry

Weather and Wind:

  • ~ Cinch cord on edge of wrist gauntlet keeps cold and snow out

Traction and Grip:

  • ~ Polyurethane palm and thumb provide dependable grip

Features:

  • ~ Includes suede nose wipe on back of thumb
  • ~ Textured tips on thumb and fingertip let you control your touchscreen device
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Insulation:Thermolite Micro
Removable Liner:Yes
Type:Gloves
Waterproof:Yes
Windproof:Yes

Eastern Mountain Sports Altitude 3-in-1 Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

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and you can even use your "smart" devices (with the innner liner)
david the texter at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2014

Neutral Reviews:

Somewhat disappointing

Gloves are not as warm as I expected; only good to temperatures above 20 degrees F.
Wearing both the gloves and the liner is uncomfortable, and also greatly decreases dexterity.
I wear the liners only for temperatures above 35 degrees F and they work well.
Ms. Rocket Scientist at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2014