Black Diamond Equipment
LightWeight Waterproof Gloves
Built with hardshell fabric and a BD dry® waterproof insert, the LightWeight Waterproof gloves are perfect for active days in wet conditions. READ MORE
DescriptionFully waterproof for wearing alone in wet conditions, the Black Diamond LightWeight Waterproof gloves are ideal for hiking or mountaineering in wet climates. Waterproof hardshell fabric on the back of hand is paired with a fixed waterproof BD dry® insert for total weather protection. The palm offers a secure grip on poles or tools, and a comfortable strecth cuff allows for easy on and off.
- Waterproof hardshell fabric on back of hand
- 100 g fleece lining with 100% waterproof BD dry® insert
- Full goat leather palm patch
- Comfortable stretch cuff
- Reflective logo
Weight Per Pair : 88 g (3.1 oz)
Temperature Range : 0/7 ºC (32/45 ºF)
LightWeight Waterproof Gloves is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by El Gordo from Best I've found I've been trying to replace a set of 15+ year old Gortex shell gloves for a long time. When I'm working hard going up hill I need something that will keep me dry and wick moisture if I start to sweat. All I've found wear out in a month or two - seams split, fabric gives up, they just don't stand up. These are the best I've found. Tough as nails, wick moisture well. The only thing I'd change is less insulation (hence ony 4 stars). Otherwise, these can't be beat.
Date published: 2018-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by PeterV from Really nice gloves. Perfect for cold and wet days. From -3 to + 7 celsius.
Date published: 2018-01-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by The poet from Good construction but very poor fit These gloves are well constructed and will keep your hands warm and dry but the fit is dreadful, very short in the palm and wrist area and very long in the fingers. I don't have this problem with other gloves so it's not my hands! They barely cover my wrist but there is two or three cm empty at the end of each finger., How the designers came up with these weird dimensions is difficult to understand. Tip: don't buy gloves online, go to a store and try them on
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by Canadian pd from Reasonably breathable average fit Not a bad approach gloves or going up hill on skis. The fit is a bit weird but might be good if you have big mitts for hands and sausages for fingers. Not a good glove when grip is a must.
Date published: 2017-12-20