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WindWeight Glove - 2013

$42.95 $25.77 USD



A warm and highly wind-resistant liner glove, the WindWeight features a soft fleece construction and a goat leather suede palm patch.
Item# BD801062BLAKM__1
$42.95 $25.77 USD

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The Black Diamond WindWeight glove liner is a warm and windproof option for super cold days under a shell or everyday use as a standalone. The windproof Polartec® Windbloc-ACT® fabric is soft, supple and comfortable inside and out, and a Pittards suede palm patch adds durability and grip.

  • Polartec® Windbloc-ACT®
  • Pittards suede palm patch
  • Imported

Tech Specs

Weight Per Pair :   [Size M] 72 g (2.5 oz)
Temperature Range :   -4/4 °C (25/40 °F)

Recommended Use


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Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Light weight yet very warm! This is my second pair of these gloves. They are remarkably warm considering how light-weight they are. January 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by great product - good everyday glove The windweight glove is an inexpensive, practical, everyday glove for moderately cold weather. Could be used as a liner for mitts, assuming the mitts are large enough but otherwise it's could to about zero degrees for short periods outdoors. Durable enough to last a few years under regular use without much care. January 8, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Perfect gloves for a windy climate. These gloves are warm, durable, and block the wind. They were just what I was looking for. The only drawback is the prominent seams on the inside make them softer on the outside than on the inside. Shouldn't it be the other way around? December 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Glove for NC Ice Climbing I've been using these gloves for years to climb ice in North Carolina. Conditions are usually wet, so pretty much every glove soaks through. You can wring these out and they are still warm. I swap them out for a dry pair stuffed in my jacket at belays, so my hands stay warm all day. December 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by HOLY COW! I've never taken the time to write a review for anything. But I was so impressed with these gloves I had too. I'll tell you what, my hands easily get cold, but these gloves stand up well to the elements and are WARM! I put these things to the test on an overnight mountaineering trip in waist deep snow at that got down close to 0 degrees. With cold temperatures and a layer of snow/frost over the top they held in heat pretty well. My hand size was on the edge of a small/medium and I went with a medium which was a bit too big. If your hands are going to be constantly playing in the snow I would not recommend these. They have excellent insulation for an extra glove insert but are not waterproof. Perfect for backcountry ski/mountaineering. December 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Warm fingers while trekking+ I got these gloves to use while using the BD Distance trekking poles during my trail runs. Been used down to 12 degrees + wind so far and have kept these 72 yr old fingers warm as toast. They are also the ones I grab on a daily basis. Great glove for the $$. December 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Glove This is a great winter glove. I live in freezing cold Manitoba, Canada and I use these gloves all winter long. Great for driving, walking outside, cross-country skiing and more. I don't use them to play around in the snow though; I think they would soak through. I'm on my third pair, not because they need replacing, but I use them so much that I have lost a glove b/c I bring them everywhere. October 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by I really love these gloves The windweight gloves are really great. I must have had my 1st pair for 4 or 5 years. They are my everyday on the mountain gloves. They are a great weight, and the leather palm is super. Two or three years ago a good friend suffered frost nip in his thumbs. He was pretty freaked out by that and I decided to get him a pair. They have worked really well for him, and have helped him regain confidence. On a recent trip to the Adirondacks I managed to zone out and lost 1 of the gloves. The 1st thing that I did when I got home was to order a new pair, I will not be without theses gloves. March 8, 2014
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