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Men's Hydra Pro™ Glove

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OM5422

Summary

A flexible soft shell glove with short gauntlet designed for alpine climbing.
$125.00
Style# 1502231
product.components.activity Alpine Climbing

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Features & Specs

  • Waterproof - -
  • Weight: - 6.2 oz. / 176 g. -
  • Good For: - Alpine Climbing -

Summary

A flexible soft shell glove with short gauntlet designed for alpine climbing.

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Materials

  • Body Fabric: 4-Way Stretch Nylon Softshell
  • Body Fabric Content: 92% nylon, 8% elastane
  • Insulation: Thermal.Q™ 120g
  • Fabric Palm: Water-resistant Goatskin Leather
  • Fabric Laminate: OutDry® Waterproof Technology

Measurements

  • Weight: 6.2 oz. / 176 g.

    Details

  • OutDry® Waterproof Technology: extremely waterproof, totally windproof. The OutDry® membrane is directly bonded to the glove's outer shell, eliminating the ability for wind and water to penetrate through the sewn seams of the shell, keeping hands warmer.
  • "Extreme Precurve" patterning with Kevlar stitching provides unprecedented fit and dexterity
  • 4-way stretch nylon soft shell fabric offers a snug, flexible fit
  • Wool poly fleece lining with our Thermic insulation on the back of hand for increased warmth
  • Durable water-resistant goatskin palm and fingers
  • Pigskin palm overlay for durability when handling rope
  • Pull-on webbing loop at wrist
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Reviews

Men's Hydra Pro™ Glove 4.4 5 9 9
Hydro Pro Glove These things seem true to fit. That's the best I can say so far. I haven't been out to put them to the test. March 13, 2014
nice gloves Fit well, and seem warm. I haven't tried the waterproofness yet. I did spend a moment with scissors cutting an abundance of tags away. February 26, 2014
Just sign a contract with gore-tex already. Not even remotely waterproof. I understand that most all gloves will soak through eventually when the thermometer raises above 32 degrees, but the complete lack of resistance from these gloves is comical. Do not use them unless it is below freezing (not far) and you are going to be moving fast. Oh yeah, and these are not wind proof either. February 6, 2014
Great for Ice Climbing I've probably gone through 10 pairs of gloves trying to find the perfect pair for ice climbing, the right amount of warmth with a good amount of dexterity. I've tried, OR, Marmot, BD, TNF, and none of them worked as well as the Hydra pro. In fact I was prepared to give them to my climbing partner because they arrive at my place and I though they'd be too thin to be warm enough. Man was I wrong, they are incredibly warm for as thin as they are. I spent all day doing laps on vertical ice and my hands were fine the entire day, my forearms were another story. They allow for plenty of dexterity for placing screw after screw and draw after draw without snagging the tip of your glove on the biners. The only thing I don't like is that the liner is a bit loose so it feels like it's going to pull out when you take your hand out, but it never did. This glove is awesome. Needless to say my climbing partner won't be getting these. February 11, 2013
Raising the bar Outdry, Q-shield, Pre-curve, 4 way strectch Kevlar stitching, Goat skin leather palm and pig skin overlay, coupled with micro thermic and polly wool blend for insulation = amazing dexterity, fit and warmth for weight... MHW really do make the best gloves. Quality craftsmanship. from alpine, to ice, to skiing best glove ever!! I thought it ran slightly large.. January 18, 2013
Hot Gloves Simply the warmest gloves I have ever used. I usually wear mittens when skiing in sub 30ºF weather but the Hydra Pro is even warmer. Temps got down to 12ºF and my hands were even sweating at one point. The only issue I have is the stitching is a bit uneven on one of the palm pads, but other than that, these are the best gloves I have ever owned. January 10, 2013
Great Gloves, Seams Could be Better I tried these out in Tibet this November, and they kept my hands fairly warm in temperatures down to the single digits (Farenheight) with 20 mph winds while keeping a good amount of dexterity, and remaining breathable. Now, my hands don't typically get that cold, so your experience may vary. I ended up ripping the seams in the thumbs after about three weeks of use, but this is probably due to scraping them against jagged rocks just a little too much. They've certainly ended the season in much better condition than any glove I've tried so far. November 20, 2012
Best ice / alpine glove used ever. Excellent grip. Descent insulation. Almost waterproof and still breathable. They can get wet from the outside, than freeze and you still have dry and warm fingers inside. September 28, 2012
warm and dry i really like the lining in these gloves, kind of a grid fleece. i wear a medium in MHW gloves and these were good but the fingers were just slightly too long. they would be fine for most hands, since my fingers are a little short. quite warm in 20 degree weather, overall nothing bad to say. April 15, 2012
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