Mountain Hardwear Men's Bandito Fingerless Glove
With the Mountain Hardwear Men's Bandito Fingerless Glove Deflection soft shell blocks wind and cold and a synthetic leather palm provides grip. It's articulated cut and fingerless design provides excellent dexterity on the climb. The Bandito Fingerless Glove converts to a mitt for warmth on belay.
- Fabric: Deflection Soft Shell (100% polyester), Palm - Synthetic Leather
- Insulation: Deflection soft shell fabric is windproof and breathable, backed with polyester microfleece
- Fingerless glove allows user to work with tools and pro
- Convertible mitt made from windblock and stretch
- Fabric pulls over fingers for added warmth when belaying
- Flat-lock construction for a seamless fit
- Articulated cut for a precise fit
- Weight: 4 oz.; 103 g.
Buy the Mountain Hardwear Bandito Fingerless Glove for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Mountain Hardwear Men's Bandito Fingerless Glove
Perfect for Touchscreen
If you have an iPhone or similar device these are the gloves for you. They keep your hands warm but expose your finger tips, so you can text or check your email in the freezing weather. Once you're done you can flip the mitten over the fingers and your hand is completely covered again. Get these! They run a little small so you may want to size up. These are my favorite gloves this winter.
Non-bulky convertible glove
I ordered 2 pairs of these - one Large and one X-Large. My hands aren't super huge but apparently are a bit wide when you use a tape measure around the knuckles. I really liked this glove b/c it's very functional and warm yet thin and flexible. When you fold back the convertible they stay back via a magnetic connection up near the wrist. Unfortunately I ended up returning these gloves b/c the XLs were still just a tad snug around my knuckles. If it weren't for that fact I would have kept these b/c they are cool looking, functional, and can probably be a glove that could be worn throughout the entire winter, not to mention a biking glove or perhaps even for occasional yardwork.
I live in So California and primarily use fingerless gloves. These gloves give you the option to convert to light weight mittens. Only complaint is the fingers are a little long in size medium.