Outdoor Research Women's Backstop Gloves

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Outdoor Research Backstop Gloves
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The Women's BackStop Gloves by Outdoor Research. The BackStop Gloves are the ultimate high-energy liners, stretegically designed to provide maximum wind protection as well as high breathability. With a Windstopper lining across the back of the hand, you'll be protected from stormy gusts when gripping poles or on a winter trail run. But, with higly breathable Radiant Fleece construction on the palm, heat and moisture that builds from the exertion will quickly escape leaving your hands protected, dry, and comfortable.

FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Women's BackStop Gloves.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Women's BackStop Gloves.


  • Breathable polyester fleece on the palms dissipates heat and moisture to keep your hands dry and comfortable while you're exerting energy
  • Radiant Fleece 95% polyester, 5% spandex palm


  • Outdoor Research BackStop Gloves for women have soft interiors that wick moisture off your hands

Weather and Wind:

  • GORE WINDSTOPPER® fleece on the backs of the gloves protects your hands from stormy gusts of wind while you're holding ski poles or on a trail run

Traction and Grip:

  • Silicone prints provide grip


  • Glove Clip
  • Grippy silicone prints on the palms and fingers help you hang on to ski poles and ice axes
  • Quick Drying
  • Closeout
  • Lightweight
The WindStopper lining on the back of the Outdoor Research Women's Backstop Glove keeps your hands protected from the heat-robbing affect of cold winter wind. Pull on this glove alone when you need some light hand protection for a bike ride or trail run, or use it as a liner inside a set of heavier winter gloves. Silicone printing on the palm and fingers lends added grip when you're holding onto your handlebar grips or tying your shoes in bitterly cold weather.

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Best for fast-paced activities on dry days, the women's Outdoor Research BackStop Gloves provide protection with a WINDSTOPPER lining across the back of the hand and warm 100-weight fleece.

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The women's Outdoor Research BackStop™ Gloves use wind-resistant fabric to protect your hands from wind and cold while you race up mountain trails or carve tracks into snowy mountainsides.


The most technical liner Outdoor Research® offers, the Backstop Glove provides warm, windproof protection when cold, blustery days threaten your adventures.
WINDSTOPPER® lining on back of hand and thumb completely blocks the wind without sacrificing breathability.
100-weight Radiant Fleece™ keeps your digits warm.
Interior wicks away moisture and dries quickly.
palm for added comfort.
Silicone prints add reliable grip.
95% polyester, 5% spandex.
Machine wash cold and hang dry.

The Outdoor Research Backstop Gloves are technical liners that have WINDSTOPPER lining on the back which blocks cold air during winter trail runs. The highly breathable Radiant Fleece on the palm breathes to keep hands dry.

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Also available for: Men
Best Use Gloves:Liners
Country of Origin:China
Fabric:WINDSTOPPER® 100% polyester back of hand; Radiant Fleece™ 95% polyester, 5% spandex palm
Glove Features:Undercuff
Glove Outer Material:WINDSTOPPER (100% Polyester)
Glove Palm Material:Radiant Fleece: (95% Polyester, 5% Spandex)
Glove Type:Gloves
Glove leash:No
Goggle Squeegee:no
Goggles wipe:No
Grip Material:Silicone prints on palm and fingers
Insulation Material:100 weight fleece
Lining Material:Polyester
Material:WINDSTOPPER Fabric
Nose Wipe:no
Palm material:Polyester fleece/silicone grip prints
Removable Liner:No
Shell fabric:GORE WINDSTOPPER polyester fleece/polyester fleece
Weatherproof Material:WINDSTOPPER
Weight:1.9 oz / 55 g (M)
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Outdoor Research Backstop Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These gloves are great at what they're designed for. I was at a rifle class on a boggy range and had to get up and down off the soggy ground and maintain enough dexterity to manipulate my gun. They got very wet immediately, but kept my hands warm in mid-30's weather, which is pretty impressive considering my terrible circulation. They were thin enough to make rifle manipulation easy, and I could even load magazines with them on. My only complaint is that there's a clip on the left hand side of each glove to clip them together. Trying to wipe your nose on the right glove (this may be more of a concern for lefties - I am one) results in raking a sharp plastic clip against your already cold and tender nose. Also, towards the end of the day, the tag ends that are sewed into the seam of the glove started rubbing against the back of my hand. No big deal, and before the next time I use them, I'll trim the melted nylon ends off, but I have a little raw spot at the base of the back of my thumb from it. My hand measurement was on the high side of medium and the low side of large, and since I have weird alien fingers, I opted for the large; there are few things less annoying than gloves with fingers that are too short. The gloves were a little loose, and the fingers were actually a little long, so if you're undecided and don't have abnormally long fingers, try the smaller size.
Laurel C - customer at Zappos.com on 11/21/2010

These gloves are perfect for daily use. They keep my hands warm in frigid weather and block wind fairly well.
The only down side is that within the first couple of wears the grips on the glove start to come off. This is rather unfortunate considering the grips really help in driving.

chap809109 at Backcountry.com on 01/03/2014
Outdoor Research is the absolute best. I need to hold equipment and use my fingers and stay warm. I have various Outdoor Research gloves and these rate highly. Other gloves do not fit and do not allow precise movement or they do not keep me warm.
Melissa F - customer at Zappos.com on 03/13/2013
I bike to work in the notoriously misty weather here. These gloves keep my hands warm and dry and look kinda girly while they are at it. I have long fingers and gloves normally don't fit them well but these gloves fit really well.
A c - customer at Zappos.com on 01/30/2014

Neutral Reviews:

The gloves are comfortable and true to size. I find one fault with them. There is a lining on the top part of the inside that protects from the wind. Awesome so far but there isn't any on the bottom so the cold air actually freezes your palm on the inside.Which makes the top protective layer illogical. No sense in only the top part because the hand can feel the cold more when touching surfaces and it seems they have gone cheap not to finish the inner layer all around. For the price it was not worth it. I mean it feels good on the hands and thin enough to be able to do things like get the bus ticket out of the pocket. Not so easy to use on the smart phone either.
Katerina P - customer at Zappos.com on 01/15/2014
Very nice looking glove and fits great. I bought them for walking the dog and they are really not warm enough when outside for a long time.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 12/12/2013