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Outdoor Research
Southback Gloves (Men's)

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A GORE-TEX liner and lighter insulation across the leather palms give this glove excellent tactile feel on your pole grips and bomber durability. The mid-length gauntlet is big enough to fit over your jacket cuff, and keeps the snow out on steep, deep powder days.

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Features

  • EnduraLoft™ insulation- 227g on back of hand; 133g on palm
  • Soft tricot lining
  • FlexAction™ wrist articulation matches the natural, active-hand position while skiing
  • SuperCinch™ gauntlet closure
  • Removable Idiot Cord Fabric- Waterproof/breathable GORE-TEX® insert
  • Durable nylon across back of hand and gauntlet
  • Leather palm; wraps around fingertips and thumb and finger sidewalls

Gender: Men's
Weight: Avg. Weight (oz./g): 6.5 / 184 M
Material: Waterproof/breathable GORE-TEX insert
Season: F13
Vendor ProductId: 76143
Review ProductId: 31326

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Outdoor ResearchSouthback Gloves (Men's)
 
4.0

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4.0

Fingers no longer numb!

By Jehru

from Omaha, NE

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Pros

  • Nice features
  • Warm To A Degree
  • Well Made

Cons

  • Not Super Dexterous

Best Uses

  • Outdoor winter activities
  • Skiiing

Comments about Outdoor Research Southback Gloves (Men's):

I spend a lot of time outside in the winter. From clearing the driveway, walking the dog to skiing. My circulation to the hands in not great, but not bad. Most gloves I have owned keep my hands warm for about 15 minutes and then my fingers go numb. these certainly prevent that. I would say temps below 10 degrees - it helps retain heat, and my hands get cold at around 30 minutes. Between 10 to 20, heat is retained. Anything above 30, your hands will be toasty. I would recommend these and for the price - it's a darn good buy!

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