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Men's Power Stretch® Glove




Snug fitting Polartec® Power Stretch® keeps hands warm and allows them to breathe. Can be worn alone or as a liner.
Style# 1261901
product.components.activity Backpacking / Hiking


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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 1.4 oz. / 40 g. -
  • Fit: - True to Size -
  • Good For: - Backpacking / Hiking -


Snug fitting Polartec® Power Stretch® keeps hands warm and allows them to breathe. Can be worn alone or as a liner.



  • Body Fabric: Polartec® Power Stretch®
  • Body Fabric Content: 88% polyester, 12% elastane


  • Weight: 1.4 oz. / 40 g.


  • Snug-fitting, Polartec® Power Stretch® keeps hands warm and allows them to breathe
  • Flat-lock construction for a seamless fit
  • Seamless finger tips for increased sensitivity
  • Wear alone or use as a liner
  • Imported


Men's Power Stretch® Glove 4.2 5 24 25
Poor seams - thumbs I wore these gloves approx. 6 times. The thumb seams on both gloves started to rip apart. Not what I expected from Mountain Hardware. March 2, 2014
Power Stretch Gloves Pretty warm/windblocking for the weight. Don't like the huge tag sewn into the seam joining the wrist and the cuff though. February 6, 2014
Good fit and material, little fraying I like this glove- it's the right thickness for light coverage, say 30 degree weather if your active like running. I use them for outdoor platform tennis and they are not too thick so I can grip the racquet. They did fray a little at the finger tips on first use, but I trimmed with a scissors and they have since held up ok. I've played about a dozen times. Don't think they're going to last forever but priced reasonably so I'm alright with it. February 14, 2013
Pretty sweet I bought these gloves as a liner and to wear alone. So far they have been great. They do snag pretty easily on anything rough though. They really don't like velcro. The material is soft and warm. One thing I didn't like is all the tags inside the glove. I ended up cutting them off. Other than that, a must have. I will be buying another pair I'm sure of it. I WEAR them all the time. February 10, 2013
Mind the Velcro I am a big fan of the Power Stretch fabric and I have not been disappointed in my purchase of these gloves. Warm for the fabric weight, these gloves are a good choice for those looking for a mid-weight liner or simply something to wear alone. I find them a little too bulky for my taste as a glove liner but I like them as a mitten liner. I most often wear them alone on cold days. Be aware that this fabric loves Velcro. The little Velcro hooks snag this fabric better than any surface that I have ever seen. I scored the gloves slightly lower on function as a result of this Velcro affinity. January 23, 2013
Easy to remove those garment labels..YouTube video These gloves are wonderful. Got them for my son and my father for Christmas. They both love them. Lots of reviewers were annoyed by the tag placement inside the gloves and we were also amazed and irritated by so much "clutter" on the inside. But it's so easy to remedy. Do NOT trim the tags out with scissors as it will leave a scratchy edge. Do purchase a little seam ripper from the sewing section at Walmart and see my YouTube video at the end of this review showing how easy it is to remove the labels. You will love these gloves once you get the labels out. The labels are stitched into the gloves after the gloves are sewn, which means the label stitches are separate from the garment stitching. You won't unravel your gloves by snipping out the stitches that run across the labels. Just be careful doing it. Regular scissors are too bulky. You can use a straight razor if you're super careful, but a seam ripper is the best bet and worth the tiny expense (about a dollar I think). January 4, 2013
Only good as a liner Not really a glove. Just a slippery unattractive inner lining. December 28, 2012
Lightweight warmth These gloves are good for cool-->somewhat cold weather activities. They would also make great liners for ski gloves/mittens. Pay attention to the sizing chart or call a product representative. I typically wear a large glove, but the medium MH glove fits like....um, a glove. In my experience, they fit true to MH's sizing. November 29, 2012
Best glove-insert I have ever worn I run outdoors all year long in all weather for 12 years+. These gloves are great by themselves or inserted into Windstopper shells. light weight, well constructed and the clip gizmo is a nice touch. October 24, 2012
Warm and slim if fragile These gloves are, all things considered, fairly warm. They are also thin enough to provide enough dexterity for basic tasks. However, they are not as durable as they could be. Take care not to roughen them up or you'll soon have loose threads about. October 11, 2012
Wears out quickly bought these as light weight gloves for McKinley. Completely useless by end of climb as contact with velcro shredded them. otherwise, I liked them. But a big expense for 14 days of use. January 19, 2012
Best Liner Glove Ever After 40 or years of all kindsof outdoor adventures, these are by far the best liner gloves I have ever owned. I've tried all of the top name brands and most of them wore out very quickly, didn't fit right or weren't very warm. These gloves have just the right amount of warmth for their weight. I find that I can keep them on even when trying to do very small tasks. After two years of hard use the left thumb has just started to wear through but noneof the seams have come loose. My go to glove for all occasions. January 7, 2012
Perfect cold weather running glove/liner These are great! The material wicks well, they fit tightly so I can manipulate gear, etc, and they fit great inside larger gloves for less strenuous activity. Only downside is that the stitching on one glove immediately started coming undone, and I had to re-stitch it and tie it off by hand. No issues since. June 9, 2011
Men's Power Stretch Gloves were great. Took them to the top of Kiliminjaro, under mittens they provided warmth and dexterity. Great without mittens as another layer on colder days and at night. Highly recommended. I returned the medium's, the small's were just fine. May 28, 2011
Comfy glove I love these gloves. I have owned to pairs now and will continue to buy more when those wear down too. The gloves rapid wear and tear was the only negative factor. After only three months, I had holes and fraying fabric. Despite the unfortunate decay, these gloves are great underneath belay and heavier gloves and perfect on a cold day. April 19, 2011
Awesome value I picked these up at REI as an afterthought a few months back...Best decision I made that day. Super comfortable and great wearing. I've beat the tar out of them already, with climbs, snow sports and day-to-day use, and they beg for more. I initially didn't think they'd be as warm as they are; I was very surprised the first ski trip I took them on. They allow flex and tacticility without sacrificing insulation like few others I've bought. Well worth the price. March 9, 2011
Very Comfortable These are very comfortable to wear, and have done a pretty decent job of keeping my hands warm. I don't give them five stars because of fraying and the fingers being a bit long for me. February 17, 2011
Power Stretch Gloves The Power Stretch Gloves are a great option for brisk to cold temperatures. They fit well and retain heat efficiently for that reason. The fleece cuffs are quite comfortable and protect well against snow and ice accumulation under a jacket sleeve. They work even better as a glove liner in frigid temperatures and never seem to bunch up or twist under the opposing friction of an outer glove membrane. These gloves snap together with unobtrusive clips, located on each wrist, to avoid misplacing a glove in your pack or elsewhere. The fingertips show some signs of fraying and the fabric will pill, but only moderately. For their intended purpose, these gloves find their way into every cold weather endeavor I partake in. Great! January 7, 2011
Just What the Doctor Ordered I wanted a warm, light weight liner and the Power Stretch glove is just what the doctor ordered. They fit under all of my hardcore cold weather gloves which is perfect because when you're out on the mountain and have to remove the outer glove your hands remain toasty warm. I've worn the glove by itself down to the mid twenties with a stout wind and was perfectly comfortable. They only downside is the material frays pretty easily but they're not meant to be used as a work glove so no surprise there. Awesome glove! December 31, 2010
Power Stretch Glove These are very simply the best, most comfortable gloves i have ever owned bar none. I usually experience cold in my fingers with gloves on but not with these. They are truly something special. Love em' December 17, 2010
Perfect I love these gloves. I use them in colder season simply as the main gloves, or for mountaineering purposes as liners. I love their fit, and therefore I bought two pairs. Also their design is very cool. November 21, 2010
Best all-around glove! This is my second pair of these gloves. I purchased the first about five years ago and abused them in the mountains of Afghanistan. I wear them for everything in all climates. The snug fit is ideal for tasks that require intricate and nimble dexterity. These new gloves have better seams and a nicer fit around the web between your thumb and index finger than the older pair. If you're concerned with stopping cold wind or water, these are not the gloves. If, however, you are concerned with great gloves in cold weather, these ARE the gloves! November 20, 2010
Love 'em! This is my second pair of these gloves, the first pair I wore out, but I still use for running. I wear these more than any other gloves, and only on the coldest, windiest days are they not good for biking in. November 14, 2010
Wonderfully warm Really comfortable and surprisingly warm on their own, I have worn them throughout the winter while road cycling and they have kept the wind out, or at least the wind chill out brilliantly. The only slight complaint is that the powerstretch material sticks to the velcro on the sleeves of ones hardshell and that this then damages the material. An otherwise fantastic product August 23, 2010
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