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Torrent Glove - 2013

$94.95 $61.72 USD

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With a midweight fleece liner, the Torrent is a warm, 4-season mountaineering glove designed to endure cold approaches and harsh alpine weather.
Item# BD801705BLAKSM_1
$94.95 $61.72 USD

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Equally at home on frigid mountaineering routes or battling the approach through the rain/snow at freezing level, the Black Diamond Torrent Glove is a true 4-season trooper. The stretchy shell material resists abrasion, while a removable fleece liner lets you dial in warmth. A waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX® insert with XCR Product Technology ensures your hands stay dry no matter what ice, snow or sleet you might encounter out there. Imported.

  • 100% waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex insert with XCR Product Technology stays with the shell
  • Woven nylon, abrasion-resistant shell with combination 2-way and 4-way stretch
  • 200 g removable fleece liner
  • Goat leather palm

Tech Specs

Weight Per Pair :   [Size M] 232 g (8.2 oz)
Temperature Range :   -7/2 °C (20/35 °F)

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How-to Video: Fitting Black Diamond Gloves and Mitts

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Warm, easy to adjust I bought my Torrent gloves for general winter use. These gloves do a pretty good job of keeping my hands warm. They seem well-constructed, and the fit is streamlined. The elastic draws are easy to operate with the gloves on. The gloves are actually two separate pairs: an inner fleece liner held in to the insulated shell with velcro tabs at the cuff. I like to wear the inner glove tucked into my shell and the outer gloves over, so the velcro just gets in the way. I cut the tabs off of the liners. January 7, 2014
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