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Hydra Pro™ OutDry® Glove

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1552141

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Until now, high-alpine climbing gloves forced you to choose: Do you want warmth or do you want dexterity? Now you can have both in the Hydra Pro Glove. Innovative features like wraparound construction eliminates cold spots by moving the seam away from the fingertips – which is where you need the most tactile sensation. Four-way stretch nylon construction with beefy Velcro®-closure offers a snug, sure fit while the improved pre-curved finger design is even more ergonomically attuned to the shape of your hand. Each finger’s curve – including the thumb -- has been individually engineered to conform to the way your hand articulates for a remarkably comfortable fit. On the inside, Thermal.Q™ Elite insulation keeps you hands warm and dry, shielded by two waterproofing technologies. Reinforced leather palm, thumb and forefinger. Re-engineered pull-loops sewn higher on the cuff for greater precision when pulling your gloves up snug
$130.00
Style# 1552141
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  • Waterproof - -
  • Weight: - 6 oz. / 170 g. -
  • Fit: - True to Size -
  • Good For: - Rock Climbing -

Summary

Until now, high-alpine climbing gloves forced you to choose: Do you want warmth or do you want dexterity? Now you can have both in the Hydra Pro Glove. Innovative features like wraparound construction eliminates cold spots by moving the seam away from the fingertips – which is where you need the most tactile sensation. Four-way stretch nylon construction with beefy Velcro®-closure offers a snug, sure fit while the improved pre-curved finger design is even more ergonomically attuned to the shape of your hand. Each finger’s curve – including the thumb -- has been individually engineered to conform to the way your hand articulates for a remarkably comfortable fit. On the inside, Thermal.Q™ Elite insulation keeps you hands warm and dry, shielded by two waterproofing technologies. Reinforced leather palm, thumb and forefinger. Re-engineered pull-loops sewn higher on the cuff for greater precision when pulling your gloves up snug

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  • 4-way stretch nylon soft shell fabric offers a snug, flexible fit
  • Wraparound finger design reduces cold spots and improves dexterity
  • Durable water-resistant goatskin palm and fingers
  • All leather palm is rugged and very dexterous
  • Soft suede thumb patch for wiping wet noses
  • Carabiner loop for hanging gloves off harness keeps gloves dry when not in use
  • Adjustable neoprene cuff gasket ensures warmth and weather-proofness
  • Pull-on webbing loop at wrist
  • Imported

Materials

  • Body Fabric: Hydra Span
  • Insulation: Thermal.Q™ Elite [Back of Hand: 180 g/m²]
  • Fabric Palm: Water-resistant Goatskin Leather
  • Fabric Laminate: OutDry® Waterproof Technology

Measurements

  • Apparel Fit: Accessories
  • Weight: 6 oz. / 170 g.

Reviews

Hydra Pro™ OutDry® Glove 2.7 5 3 3
Good summer alpine glove... but nothing too cold. I got these gloves as a mid-weight pair for summer, relatively low elevation mountaineering/alpine climbs. It has nice grippy palms for gripping ice tools, but it lacks warmth. Even with thick liners underneath, my fingers were numb while on Mt. Hood on a 12 degree (F) day. I didn't expect them to be as warm as heavy insulated gloves, but they feel more like lightweights than mid-weights. They're advertised as offering warmth and dexterity, but I think they only offer good dexterity. I recommend them for days in the mid 20s to mid 30s and not for anything much colder, unless you tend to run warm. For those conditions, they're very good. Just not what I hoped for. December 14, 2014
Not very impressed I wanted to like this glove. It has a nice fit, the palm leather is nice and seems durable after all sorts of abuse. However, my problem is with the lining and breathability. The glove seems to be in no mans land in terms of warmth versus keeping your hands dry. It's not a warm glove by any means, so if you e.g. ice climb in cold conditions (0 F or so) your hands will get cold. If warmer I find that the gloves don't breath well and my hands get sweaty quickly, and once damp/wet these gloves take forever to dry out. This is mostly due to the liner fabric, and obviously not having a separate liner you can dry out. In ideal conditions they are really nice for technical climbing as you can keep the gloves on while messing with ice screws or other climbing hardware. December 11, 2014
A frustrating glove to love. I have owned the first generation models of this glove, and it was without a doubt the best alpine/ice glove I've worn. Perfect fit, incredible resistance to even the snottiest wettest ice, bitter Canadian Rockies cold, and disgusting Pacific Northwest weather; sometimes your hands get cold but that's by virtue of the activity, not so much their construction. It seems that the current model's pattern was changed, specifically the palm. What was once a tight fit now feels clumsy with extra material (on the palm) resulting in bunching and not nearly as svelte a fit as before. I'm sure they are still incredible in terms of their performance and warmth, but the dexterity is compromised. The glove was perfect, and with a simple adjustment to the pattern it should be again. I would have rated my previous set 5 stars, or 6 if possible. December 3, 2014
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