Mountain Hardwear Women's Heavyweight Power Stretch Glove
Snug fitting, heavyweight Polartec Power Stretch keeps hands warm and allows them to breathe. Ideal for high aerobic, cold weather sports.
- Polartec® Power Stretch® fabric
- Snug fitting, heavyweight Polartec® Power Stretch® keeps hands warm and allows them to breathe.
- Designed to fit a woman's smaller hand proportions.
- Flat lock construction.
- Palm patches for grip.
- Seamless fingertips.
- Wear alone or use as a liner.
- Ideal Usage: Backcountry / Mountaineering
- 2oz / 53g
Buy the Mountain Hardwear Heavyweight Power Stretch Glove for Women from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Mountain Hardwear Women's Heavyweight Power Stretch Glove
A couple years ago I had purchased these gloves in a larger size. I absolutely loved them. I wore them riding my bicycle on cool days over my bike riding gloves. They kept out the wind and a light rain. I recently lost that pair and looked all over to find another pair, but in a smaller size, so I could wear them everywhere. I finally found that pair at Altrec. The label inside the new gloves is a bit stiff but I'm hoping it will soften up just like my old pair did. Definitely worth buying again and again.
Love these gloves. They are perfect for outdoor winter runs and hikes. Light enough for everyday activities. Very happy with this purchase. I wore these gloves in twenty degee temps with much comfort. They are not the best for the wet weather but I will not be throwing snowballs any time soon. The black is perfect and goes with casual as well as more dressy wear.
Got this pair for my wife after I have mine for two seasons. She loves how sleek they look. This gloves fits snugly but very comfortably. They provide great dexterity because they feel like a second layer of skin. Relatively windproof and surprisingly warm. There is a cheaper model from Mountain Hardwear called Powerstretch Gloves, which is made of thinner material and does not have the friction pads/prints. The Heavyweight version is much better. After two years as my primary fall/winter/spring gloves, they have held up surprisingly well. I expect them to last at least through this winter, if not next. Then I will buy another pair.