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Outdoor Research Women's Arete Gloves

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Outdoor Research Women's Arete Gloves

For protection in the most extreme conditions, rely on the best-selling Outdoor Research Women's Arete Gloves. This modular handwear system is ideal for extended backcountry adventures with uncompromising versatility, waterproof protection, and durability. Featuring a fully-waterproof GORE-TEX insert with X-TRAFIT technology, the Aretes keep your hands dry and warm while allowing for easy use of tools. The SuperCinch gauntlet closure provides a snug and slip-free closure while the heat pack pockets make it easy to add warmth on the coldest days. Part of the ascent collection, the Outdoor Research Arete Gloves for women are as unrelenting as you are.

  • Material: Shell - Waterproof, breathable GORE-TEX® insert with X-TRAFIT® technology
  • Soft shell stretch fabric on back of hand
  • Oxford nylon shell
  • Insulation: Smooth tricot palm
  • 100-weight fleece on back of hand
  • Palm: Wrap-around AlpenGip® palm
  • Pre-curve construction
  • Updated thumb crotch construction for enhanced articulation
  • SuperCinch™ gauntlet closure
  • Removable Idiot Cord
  • Removable Liner: 100-weight fleece
  • Silicone gip palm
  • Heat pack pocket on back of hand
  • Weight: 6.7 oz, 189.9 g

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4 Star Rating

Reviews - Outdoor Research Women's Arete Gloves

4 Stars - 2010-03-16

Versatile warm gloves
These gloves did a week in Yellowstone this winter. They kept me very dry - despite repeated contact with the snow and ice. For cross-country skiing they were perfect with just the liner in single digits, they were great alone for skiing in 20-40degrees. They were also used for photography in the single and negative digits with an extra fleece glove inside. They maintained warmth OK, but any camera adjustments (aside from turning a simple dial or pushing the shutter button) required removal of the glove which resulted in a substantial amount of effort to rewarm your hands in the gloves (hand warmers in pockets to pre-warm could have been a fix). I bought one size bigger to accommodate thicker liner, but that meant tight gloves. The supplied liner would be fine for active cold weather activities, but if you will be standing still a lot or taking them on and off, look for a warmer glove.



 
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