Black Diamond Equipment
LightWeight WoolTech Gloves
Soft fleece liners infused with all-natural wool, the LightWeight WoolTech gloves resist odors and insulate even when wet. READ MORE
DescriptionOur lightweight wool liner gloves made with a blend of fleece and natural wool, the Black Diamond MidWeight WoolTech gloves offer lightweight and stretchy protection during ski tours, trail runs and other high-output pursuits. The highly breathable fabric resists odors and insulates even when wet, and with a low-profile design, they double as added protection under a shell. Digital material on the thumbs and index fingers allows for gloves-on touchscreen functionality.
- 153 g Polartec® Power Wool for balance of warmth and durability
- 66% polyester, 34% wool
- Digital thumb and index finger allow for gloves-on touchscreen use
Weight Per Pair : 28 g (1 oz)
Temperature Range : 4/13 ºC (40/55 ºF)
LightWeight WoolTech Gloves is rated out of 5 by 5.
Rated 1 out of 5 by icecoast from Not What I Expected from BD! I got these gloves less than 2 weeks ago and they are already destroyed. I was using them only as a liner, and they still could not hold up to the task. They are frayed all over and the thumb is totally ripped. Disappointing quality from a normally very reliable brand.
Date published: 2019-01-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by Annabanana from Incredibly delicate I bought this item a few weeks ago and was extremely disappointed with how delicate they are. I wore them for 5 minutes at my car and they began getting pulls... Needless to say they faired poorly on my backpacking trip-even under a bigger pair of gloves! Total bummer, would not buy again.
Date published: 2018-11-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by RobyC from They work, they just are extremely delicate I got these because I love wool, but even taking gloves off and on over them almost destroyed them. They are your average wool gloves.
Date published: 2018-02-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by jsib from No real benefits My hands are rarely cold and when they do get cold I can readily warm them up. I skied with these liners under gloves and after three runs my hands were still cold from helping the kids at the start. A nicely timed bathroom break and call to the wife inside warmed them up. I was skiing at Copper in less than 20 degree air temp and ski mittens. My fingers froze. I pushed off the other less than stellar review thinking both wool and polartec would save the day. Nope. No benefits felt. The standard liners are still my favorite, warm without gloves and the cell phone finger do dads never work anyways.
Date published: 2017-12-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bryan from Super comfortable,but not at all durable I bought these gloves for a summer trip in the Winds for cool mornings and evenings. The gloves are very comfortable and warm, however, they snagged and began to fall apart after the first use. I was wearing the gloves for general morning camp duties (making breakfast, etc.) and by the time the sun was up they had tons of snags and were getting holes in them.
Date published: 2017-08-27