Outdoor Research Men's Flurry Gloves
Keep your hands warm and insulated on a long day of cold-weather trekking in the Outdoor Research Flurry Gloves for Men. 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 finger tabs easily grip trekking poles and allow for excellent dexterity.
- Alpin-wool™ Plus Fabric; wool-nylon blend exterior with wicking polyester interior
- MotionWrap™ construction for minimal seams
- Snug, stretch fit
- Silicone tabs for added grip on finger and palm
- Leather grab tab on inner wrist
- Weight per pair: 2.3oz / 65g (Size L)
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Reviews - Outdoor Research Men's Flurry Gloves
in a flurry?
i've had marmot, north face, and mt. hardwaear fleece gloves. the OR flurry glove takes it up a notch for warmth and comfort. they are soft and warm due to the fuzziness on the outside. they also have good grips added to fingers and palms. bottom line...these gloves pass the cool test with flying colors
My almost perfect glove.
I say almost because there are few things out there that are perfect. Someday I might find the perfect gloves but today these are the best I've found. If I allow my hands to get cold it takes forever to warm them up. I'm lucky because I live in a moderate climate so it doesn't get below freezing too many times. I wear them for walking and driving. They are warm enough for walking and also function well for driving. These are great for almost everything I do. Very comfortable. About the only complaint I have is they are a little bulky but don't let that stop you from buying them, you'll love them if you do.
I picked up these gloves for rock and alpine climbing. I use them under OR paclite mitten shells. Once upon a time I thought I would someday be able to find gloves that did not wet out. They do not exist. Wool is by far the best option b/c they dry out fairly easily and seem to stay magically warm even when wet. These gloves are fairly thick which I like. They have a fleece liner which feels really nice but I am hesitant b/c fleece will trap wetness against your skin in a way wool does not. Jury is still out on that. If you are not doing technical climbs I can definately recommend these. Jury is deliberating for rock and ice.