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Mountain Hardwear Men's Typhon Gloves EPC




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Mountain Hardwear Men's Typhon Gloves EPC

Versatile and tough, just like you, the men's Mountain Hardwear Typhon Gloves EPC are your ticket to cold weather protection on your ventures into the backcountry. Constructed from durable 4-way stretch nylon, these gloves offer a snug, flexible fit. The OutDry waterproof laminate is bonded directly to the outer shell material, sealing out moisture and blocking wind to keep your hands warmer. Q.Shield advanced water repellency treatment is fused permanently into the shell fabric to prevent water from soaking the shell material for the life of the glove. Like DWR on steroids, Q.Shield repels water so well that you can dunk the glove in water and it will come out completely dry. Brushed Tricot lining inside the glove wicks moisture and feels soft against your hands, keeping them warm and comfortable. The plated wool poly liner offers extra warmth when it's bitterly cold on the mountain. Extreme Precurve patterning with Kevlar stitching provides unprecedented fit and dexterity, and water resistant goatskin leather on the palm provides added durability and grip.

  • Fabric: 4-way stretch nylon soft-shell (92% nylon, 8% elastane) with OutDry® waterproof laminate and
  • Q.Shield™ extreme water repellency treatment
  • Lining: Brushed Tricot (100% polyester)
  • Liner: Plated wool poly (50% wool, 28% polyester, 22% nylon)
  • Palm: Water-resistant goatskin leather
  • "Extreme Precurve" patterning with Kevlar stitching provides unprecedented fit and dexterity
  • Weight: 9.5 oz, 270 g

Buy the Mountain Hardwear Typhon Gloves EPC for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.

1 Star Rating

Reviews - Mountain Hardwear Men's Typhon Gloves EPC

1 Stars coldfingaz - 2013-01-14

not really warm...
I bought these gloves to replace a pair of 10yo North Face gloves which were the bomb. First chairlift I was freezing and it was only 15 degrees or so, no where near the -15 or so they're rated. I'm sending these back. They are well made though and look nice.


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