The Mens Wind Weight Glove by Black Diamond is all about comfort and warmth. The cozy Polartec WindBloc-ACT barrier locks out all wind and the Pittards suede palm patch ensures a steady and secure grip. Imported.
FEATURES of the Black Diamond Men's Wind Weight Glove
295 g Polartec Wind bloc fleece
Goat leather suede palm patch
36 - 38.5"
39 - 41.5"
42 - 44.5"
45 - 47.5"
29 - 31.5"
32 - 34.5"
35 - 37.5"
38 - 40.5"
34 - 36.5"
37 - 39.5"
40 - 42.5"
43 - 45.5"
Sizing information above refers to body measurements, and NOT garment dimensions.
HOW TO MEASURE:
• Neck: Around the fullest part of the neck, at the base • Chest: Around the chest, just under the arms and across the shoulder blades • Sleeve: From the center back of the neck, across the shoulder, and down the arm to the wrist • Waist: Around the narrowest part of the waist • Hip: Around the widest part of the hips • Inseam: From the crotch to the anklebone on the inside of the leg
Men's and Unisex
7.25 - 7.75"
7.75 - 8.25"
8.5 - 9"
9 - 9.5"
9.5 - 10"
Determine your glove size from the chart above by selecting the LARGER of the two measurement results described below.
• Palm Girth: Measure around your dominant hand at the knuckles with your fingers together.
• Palm Length: Measure from the crease at the base of your wrist (on the palm side) to the tip of your middle finger.
Rated 5 out of
Awesome lightweight glove for cold windy conditionsI've used these gloves for the past year whenever it gets cold and windy. They are fleece, so they aren't meant to be water proof or resistant but they do tend to stay warm even when wet. I wear them for everything from walking the cold streets of Detroit to mountain biking in the winter to deer hunting in the cold and windy hills of Wyoming (which is equal parts hunting and hiking in the mountains in fall.) ,,,,The leather palms are pretty good and there are pads on the thumb, index, and middle fingers to keep them from wearing out in those key places. No complaints so far. Use them the way they're meant to be and you'll love em too!
Date published: 2009-12-16
Rated 3 out of
Too heavy for high output activitiesBought these as liners for mountaineering and cold weather hiking. Didn't check them out in a store before I ordered them. They're pretty heavy so if you're going to be working hard I'd go for a lighter weight liner. They kept my hands from getting frostbite with windchill well below zero and a shell mitt over them but they were soaked through with sweat before I even realized it. In retrospect I didn't even get the screamin' barfies so I shouldn't complain but I'll be using a lighter liner in the future.
Date published: 2010-11-21
Rated 3 out of
Not Bad For Basic UseI live in Chicago and needed a solid pair of gloves. These are good for everyday use, but I wouldn't count on them for much else. I wore them to the Bears/Patriots game which was one of the coldest games here in Chicago. I must say with the strong wind and wet snow, my finger tips began to get very cold. The guy at the store said I could use them for some minor skiing, but I'm going to look for a shell. Overall, not bad, but once wet you're in trouble.
Date published: 2011-02-08
Rated 5 out of
Keeps you warm in the biting cold.If you're looking for a breathable glove that is moderately insulated and windproof, this is a great choice. They aren't supposed to be waterproof or heavily insulated... expect them to soak up water if you do get rained or snowed on, but they still insulate when wet. Kept my hands warm in 5 degree wind chill with no problem, and they fit great if you have long fingers.
Date published: 2010-11-08
Rated 4 out of
Cheap and durable glovesI have used these gloves in temperatures of up to 10F. They held up pretty well, but i could tell that they wont go much below that. Fit is abit off: if you have stubby fingers these would fit you perfect. But i got them on a sale so no complaints there!
Date published: 2011-10-24
Rated 4 out of
Nice and warm but don't get them wet.Great wind gloves but the not at all water resistant. Got caught in just a drizzle and they were soaked. Although they did stay warm even when wet.
Date published: 2008-10-29
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