Rab Men's Phantom Grip Glove

Priced: $42.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Rab Phantom Grip Glove
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FEATURES of the Rab Men's Phantom Grip Glove.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Rab Men's Phantom Grip Glove.


  • Low bulk cuff construction with Lycra edging


  • Lightweight softshell expels excess heat, wicks sweat, and dries quickly when the mountains warm up quickly

Weather and Wind:

  • Polartec Wind Pro stretch fabric with Hardface technology resists the wind and blowing snow to effectively control moisture and temperature

Traction and Grip:

  • Silicone-coated grip palm and fingers easily clutch your pole during sketchy switchbacks or kick turns


  • Grippy silicon palm print
  • Lycra wrist keeps out spindrift and a plastic buckle system lets you attach the glove to its mate
  • Slim design works great as a liner and slips into a larger shell glove or mitten
While skinning up to lap your secret powder stash, the lightweight Rab Phantom Grip Glove provides the breathable insulation you need to keep your digits warm but not sweaty.
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Also available for: Women
Weight:2.1 oz / 60 g
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Rab Phantom Grip Glove Reviews:


So these gloves are really great! I know that people like to write really long reviews on this site, but I like to keep it simple. You could use these gloves anytime that you would traditionally use a fleece glove. The advantage is that they will shed light moisture and have a fantastic grip. I have field tested these gloves and I would suggest them to anyone. They run true to size.

Mountaingoat1975 at Backcountry.com on 08/01/2012

There are lots of good glove liners out there, but many of the warm ones (thicker fleece) are bulky and many of the thin liners don't have enough substance when it counts. On days below 5 degrees, I pair these (thin, warm) with a pair of Kinco gloves (cheap, durable) and find hand-heaven. On skins up when windchill threatens the digits, these do the trick by themselves.

Grizzly Mama at Backcountry.com on 01/16/2013

These gloves are perfect. Love the grippy palms and soft interior. Block the wind well. Not best for trying to keep hands warm in very cold temps, but work extremely well for their purpose.

mdadams90 at Backcountry.com on 02/18/2013