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Mountain Hardwear Plasmic OutDry® Dry.Q Evap Gloves - Waterproof, Touchscreen Compatible (For Men)

Closeouts. Keep your hands as dry as the rest of you in Mountain Hardwear's Plasmic OutDry gloves. Dry.Q® Evap waterproof breathable technology offers interior wicking capabilities that keep the air moving, and reinforced palms add durability and comfort during active pursuits.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Old man of Adventure from Phoenix on Wednesday, December 14, 2016
    Mountain Hardwear is a great company for those what want/need affordable gear and I was expecting the gloves to be better made and the palms to be at least somewhat leather like feel. It feels like plastic. Not good. Otherwise ... not bad.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Living the Dream from Colorado on Monday, September 26, 2016
    just what i was looking for. i do a lot of hiking, mtn biking, and road biking on a weekly basis. needed a lightweight waterproof glove i could keep in my backpack in the event of rain. difficult to find a lightweight pair of waterproof breathable gloves. these are it. fit is a little funky when new, sort of stiff and crinkly but improves over time.
  • Reviewed by frankie, foreign service from DC/ Salzburg on Monday, September 26, 2016
    Mountain Hardware has come out with a new version of a waterproof mid-weight glove for the past few years, late 2015 and its the only truly WP version.... The 2014 glove had great material but the articulated stitching created leaks..
    This version uses the OutDry so unlike a GoreTex lined glove the outer layer doesn't get wet.

    They late of articulated stitching makes the gloves baggy so you lose dexterity so forget trying to type even on a large screen.

    Good glove down for me, my hands get cold easily, and keep my hands warm down to 25 to 30 or just below freezing... Perfect for riding in wet weather both mountain sports where weather goes from snow to rain in a few thousand feet or riding in rain/wet snow in metro areas.

    Only issues for me have been difficulties in getting damp gloves off after sweating and extra fabric due to lack of articulated cuts gloves can get caught on sharp objects so not to good for cold weather work gloves...

    I am a glove destroyer and to through at least one pair of the insulated leather Marmot work glove per year... I just get a pair in the off season to save 50%.
    I don't believe one type of glove exists that can cover my needs until it gets below 25 and I have tried everything....
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