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StormWeight Glove




Our warmest windproof liner, built with Gore WINDSTOPPER®, the StormWeight features a soft fleece exterior and a goat leather palm and fingertips.
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Built with a 100% windproof Gore WindStopper® shell for total protection, the Black Diamond StormWeight glove is the go-to liner glove for hiking, skinning or climbing in windy alpine conditions. The soft fleece exterior works with the lined interior to pull moisture away from your hands during high-output pursuits, and the full Pittards® goat leather palm and fingertips give you a solid, durable grip on your poles, ropes or axes. Imported.

  • 100% windproof Gore WindStopper® shell
  • Full goat leather palm with Kevlar stitching
  • Knit cuff to seal out the weather
  • Imported

Tech Specs

Weight Per Pair :   [Size M] 64 g (2.3 oz)
Temperature Range :   -4/4 °C (25/40 °F)

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best gloves I've ever bought! I have been wearing these gloves for about 3 years now and I think I'm on my 5th pair now. They are the perfect mid-weight glove and are very durable. The reason I've gone through so many is because I often use them for what I shouldn't, such as splitting several cords of wood for the stove. I wear them hiking, working outside, and two and from class at college. The windstopper is definitely the best part. They keep my hands plenty warm on 25-45 degree days despite the wind. If you're looking for a glove that is great to just through on and not loose all your dexterity, this is the glove for you. April 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gloves for the skin track Great fit and quality construction. Palms seem like they will hold up to pole grip wear. Windproof but have not worked hard in them yet so I don't know how well they breathe. December 2, 2013
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