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Outdoor Research Women's Extravert Gloves

$45.49 - $64.95



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Outdoor Research Women's Extravert Gloves

The Women's Extravert Gloves from Outdoor Research combine the gip and dexterity of wrapped leather palms with the warmth and comfort of a wool blend insulation. They're just right for cold mornings on the up-track and sunny powder turns.

  • Material: Soft shell stretch fabric construction
  • Wind-resistant, weather-resistant, highly breathable
  • Thermal wool blend lining for warmth and durability
  • Wrap-around leather palm
  • Anatomical curve; boxed construction
  • Updated thumb crotch construction for enhanced articulation
  • Elasticized wrist
  • Hook, loop tab gauntlet adjustment
  • Weight: 4.6 oz, 130.4 g

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5 Star Rating

Reviews - Outdoor Research Women's Extravert Gloves

5 Stars WhiteMtnHikers7 - 2011-02-26

My girl likes them
Bought these for my fiance prior to a winter hiking trip in the White Mountains, NH. She thought the gloves were very comfortable and easy getting on/off with the grab loops. Temperatures did get very cold so she did have to use handwarmers and the gloves still fit great when using handwarmers. Gloves are flexible enough and she says dexterity was good when grabbing at zippers, velcro straps, etc.

5 Stars Smileyface - 2010-12-05

OR Extravert Gloves
Great fit and warmth for a relatively small glove. Great dexterity for backcountry skiing- zippers, beacon, skins...

4 Stars - 2010-01-04

Warm gloves
I'm wearing these in the coldest months that Colorado has to offer and hands are 90% warm. Great backcountry ski gloves. Wouldn't wear them on the lifts, but touring in these gloves has been wonderful. The wool lining works better than other gloves. My hands sweat and that mean wet cold hands. These gloves breath and no sweating = dry warm hands.


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