Outdoor Research Women's Flurry Gloves

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Outdoor Research Flurry Gloves
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Outdoor Research Flurry Gloves for Women.
Go further on your adventure with these Outdoor Research Flurry Gloves for Women. These gloves for women have been designed for a woman's hands so that they fit you exactly as they should. The stretchy fit enhances your mobility without tearing the fabric. The gloves have silicone grip pads on the palms and finger tips, allowing you to get a proper grip on objects without having to take them off. The warming capability makes these gloves an essential item to take on all your cold adventures. The Outdoor Research gloves have a wicking feature to keep your hands dry in wet weather. These gloves give you a good amount of breathability so that you are comfortable the time you wear them. The MotionWrap construction allows these gloves to have lesser seams to give you even more comfort. Have a great time in the outdoors with these Outdoor Research Flurry Gloves for Women.

Key Features.


  • Stretchy fit


  • Alpin-wool Plus fabric; wool-nylon blend exterior; wicking polyester interior
  • MotionWrap Construction for Minimal Seaming
  • 100% polyester back


  • Silicone Grip Pads on Palm and Finger Tips


  • Breathable


  • Imported


  • Glove Clip
  • Leather Grab Tab at Wrist
  • Snug
  • Pull Loop
  • Quick Drying

The Women's Flurry Gloves by Outdoor Research . Keep your hands warm and insulated on a long day of cold-weather trekking. Constructed of Alpin-wool Plus fabric, the wool/nylon exterior pulls moisture away while the soft fleece interior gives you the ultimate in cozy, warm comfort. MotionWrap palm construction, a snug, stretchy fit and grip-sensitive silicone prints on fingers and palms easily grip trekking poles and allow for excellent dexterity.

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

Women's Outdoor Research Flurry Gloves are warm gloves using a blend of wool and nylon.
Alpin-wool fabric takes the best of wool and synthetic for warm, quick drying and moisture managing properties.
The wool/nylon exterior pulls moisture away from the hand, while a fleece interior is soft and warm.
MotionWrap palm construction gives these great dexterity and a non-bunching grip.
Stretchy so the gloves don't bind or pull as you use your hands.
Silicone prints give you added grip and durability.
Pull cords make these easy to pull on and off.
Small clips on the side keep the pair together when not in use.
Great on their own or as a layer, these women's winter gloves from Outdoor Research are super versatile.

Blustery winter treks no longer need to end with you beating your ice-block hands against the kitchen vent while weeping and yearning for the slightest tingle of feeling. In fact, with the Outdoor Research Flurry Glove you can just bypass the whole glacier stage and move straight to hot chocolate after a refreshing snowy hike. Outdoor Research paired a luxurious fleece interior with the insulating power of a wool blend for maximum comfort and warmth. Grip-sensitive silicone finger and palm prints mean great dexterity, making it easier to blaze trail with your new trekking poles.

Protect your digits this winter while trekking when you wear the Outdoor Research® Flurry Gloves.
Constructed from Alpin-wool™ plus fabric, offering the natural warmth of wool blended with nylon for added durability.
Soft polyester fleece lining wicks away moisture and provides extra warmth.
MotionWrap™ construction minimizes seams for a comfortable fit.
Gloves have a snug and stretchy fit.
Silicone tabs add grip to the fingers and palms.
Leather grab tabs on inner wrists help you get the gloves on.
63% Polyester, 26% Wool, 11% Nylon.
Machine wash separately in cold water and air dry.
Appalachain Outdoors
Keep your hands nice and toasty on your cold-weather hikes with the Flurry Glove from Outdoor Research. These gloves fit snugly on your hands to ensure the warmth built up from the warm wool-nylon blend exterior stays where you need it.
Rock/Creek Outfitters
Insulated wool-blend comfort for high-energy pursuits or after long, cold adventures.
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Also available for: Men, Kids
Available Color(s):Orchid
Fabric:Alpin-wool™ Plus 63% polyester, 26% wool, 11% nylon
Materials:Alpin-wool Plus 63% polyester, 26% wool, 11% nylon
Target Comfort Range:25/40°F -4/4°C
Weight:(L, per pair) 2.3 oz. / 65 g
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Outdoor Research Flurry Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I bought a medium in these gloves, worried (from other reviews) that they might be too small, but they were not. They have a little room at the fingertips yet, but otherwise fit comfortably and snugly. I love the color and looks of these gloves, (so stylish), but one only downside is that they do not keep my hands warm in 30° weather. Here in Minnesota, it is very cold! Walking my dog for 10 minutes ended with my fingers extremely cold. I do not regret my choice though, as these gloves are way too nice looking and comfortable to give up!
Marie H - customer at Zappos.com on 03/13/2013
I bought these gloves after having spent a fortune on pairs of gloves each winter, which usually resulted in my fingertips always frozen by mid-February. So far we have had a few days/nights in the 20's and I must say that these gloves have stood up well. I have a pair of liners that I could use, if I had to, but even without them, these gloves can hold their own. I am quite pleased with them. I only have to always remember to keep them away from Velcro - but that's not the fault of the gloves. Great purchase!
Cheryll - customer at Zappos.com on 11/21/2011

If you haven’t tried this fabric yet, you are in for a treat. Easily the pair of gloves I get the most compliments on, they are soft and warm. They are great for activities like cold weather trail running, biking, or Nordic skiing. I use mine a lot for around town stuff like grocery shopping and café hopping in addition to the above-mentioned activities. They have ribbed rubber fingertips that offer more grip than a fleece glove would normally give you. If you need something with more snow shedding ability you might want to consider the Gripper Glove.

Margo Talbot at Backcountry.com on 10/24/2009

This is my second pair of these gloves. The only reason I am purchased a second is because I lost the pair that I had for 4 years. No holes after 4 years of driving, pumping gas, stacking wood, sledding, skiing and winter hiking. A perfect all around glove. These work as a great under shell glove if your hands are prone to getting cold. The fit is snug so they stay on your hands when you pull your waterproof glove shell off. Totally worth every penny!

Jane of the Mountain at Backcountry.com on 01/10/2012

Good Fit for Small Hands

I use these gloves for moderately cold weather if I know my hands will not get wet. Have used them for walking the dog, hiking, and casual night out. These gloves have a nice, snug fit and I have small hands and skinny fingers, so would probably help to try these on to get sizing right. The seams in 2 different pairs I have bought have been a tad rough, but this either gets better or I have not noticed it after wearing 2-3 times.
Hill the Hiker at SummitHut.com on 01/01/2011
We are pleased with these gloves. I bought a pair for my daughter, who wears them for horse riding as well as general winter wear. They are warm, but not designed for super cold weather. They are flexible and easy to wear while riding/tacking etc. The grips on the ends of the fingers are useful for extra dexterity. They become scruffy-looking fairly fast due to the fabric, but that's not a negative for us as we didn't buy them to be dress gloves.
Marijke S - customer at Zappos.com on 11/14/2011

I bought these for my mom to use, they are great, she loves them! They are a good all purpose glove, she uses them for driving, walking the dogs and bringing firewood in. I will probably get a mens pair come next fall for myself.

bosp258662 at Backcountry.com on 01/12/2013

I love these gloves --they are snuggly warm! And the gripper material on the finger tips and palm is not stiff. They are not bulking either -- you can leave them on while doing almost any task.

bgw3480370 at Backcountry.com on 01/18/2010
These gloves are terrific. They're warm and stretchy, and there are spots on the fingers that give you traction so you can grab things and pick things up. They run a little large.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 12/25/2013

Comfortable and Warm

I wear these gloves when driving and during cold weather. I haven't been in cold weather for extended periods with these gloves yet. Excited to try them at that time.
Not liking Raynaud's Elaine at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 12/12/2013

Negative Reviews:

I've never used these gloves, because they didn't fit. I ordered a small, but the fingers are too short, even though they fit very well otherwise. (The mediums are too big for me.) I should return them, but I hate to spend the money on postage. I'll probably give them to someone for Christmas.

dfop293045 at Backcountry.com on 12/20/2012

Neutral Reviews:

These gloves looked nice, grippy and warm, but I ordered the large and they were still way to small (my hand length is probably about 8 inches), so I wouldn't recommend them if your hands are at all big.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 12/29/2011