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MidWeight Gloves

$29.95 USD

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Our best-selling liner glove, the MidWeight is the go-to glove for everyday aerobic activities or layering under a shell glove.
Item# BD801068BLAKL__1
$29.95 USD

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    Black
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Our best-selling liner glove, the MidWeight is the go-to glove for everyday aerobic activities or layering under a shell glove. Learn More

Description

Our best-selling liner glove, the Black Diamond MidWeight is the go-to glove for everyday use, aerobic activity or layering under a shell for cold conditions. Its Polartec® Power Stretch® fleece is soft and warm, while a full goat leather palm provides extra grip and durability for hanging onto ski pole grips or cold steering wheels.

  • 240 g Polartec Power Stretch fleece
  • Full goat leather palm with Kevlar stitching
  • Imported

Tech Specs

Weight Per Pair :   [Size M] 45 g (1.6 oz)
Temperature Range :   -1/4 °C (30/40 °F)

Recommended Use

Extras

How-to Video: Fitting Black Diamond Gloves and Mitts

Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect glove for spring or as a liner My hands are always cold. This guy feels like an ultra light weight neoprene glove, but light and easy to get on. Skied 4/15 (yay!) with it and loved it. April 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great general purpose glove Great fitting, warm glove, suitable for general day-to-day use in the damp and chilly winter months of the Pacific Northwest. Notably, the leather pad across the palm and thumb region offers good grip for driving - something that many gloves it seems do not offer. December 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fits well, good warmth, needs shell These gloves fit my hands well and make it easy to jot notes, move zippers, or tie ropes. Decently warm under a shell. Wind cuts through them easily; in moderate wind there isn't a whole lot of difference between wearing just this liner and being bare-handed. A shell is pretty important for keeping warm in the wind. December 20, 2013
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