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Rab Cascade Climbing Gloves - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)

Closeouts. Rab's Cascade climbing gloves combine eVent® waterproofing, PrimaLoft® insulation, an enhanced grip and stretchy soft shell fabric to create a glove with enough warmth, stretch and dexterity for icy ascents.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Steve from Albany, NY on Wednesday, February 8, 2017
    These seem like very nice gloves but while I usually wear a small, these were a bit too tight. They were such a good deal that I'm giving them to my daughter rather than retuning them, however. If you are a 6 1/2, the small should be perfect.
  • Reviewed by H from MT on Monday, December 19, 2016
    I bought these for my husband who thought he might be able to wear them for ice climbing. He's decided they won't work for that (not quite warm enough or beefy enough), but he quite likes them. He wore them alpine skiing on a very cold day (near zero F + wind). He said they weren't quite warm enough for that, but he's been wearing them for other outdoor activities in the cold and they've been keeping him warm. He says they feel great and are very comfortable. They seem to be very well made.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Big Rom from NYC on Tuesday, November 22, 2016
    I love these gloves and for the dirt cheap deal I used with sierra trading post I bought 140 gloves for under $50. Not bad primaloft gold and event with buttersoft leather palms. This is one of the reasons STP is still my go to. Thanks
  • Reviewed by flightguy from Reno, NV on Sunday, November 20, 2016
    EVent fabric is a very hard thing to find in gloves. These it great and are true to size. My only gripes (one-star deduction) is that they are pretty stiff in the palm and overall seem relatively thin (in my opinion). However, the finger grooves are extremely comfortable and feel like premium quality. I suspect that the stiffness will break in over time, which is why I'm keeping them. I have yet to full on abuse these on the slopes, but I have no doubt that they will be fine for mild/cool days. The coldest days I'll still wear mittens though. These gloves also do not come with a wrist strap, so keep that in mind! There's a small loop at the cuff of each glove for a strap to fit though. Overall I'm very satisfied with these gloves and I'll keep them! I was looking for non-mittens to keep in my gear bag and these will definitely work great!
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