Black Diamond Equipment
Wind Hood Softshell Gloves
Pairing a breathable softshell glove with a stowable, weather-resistant shell flap, the Wind Hood Softshell Gloves offer adjustable protection for aerobic mountain pursuits. READ MORE
DescriptionFor ski touring, ultra running and other aerobic alpine pursuits through variable terrain and changing conditions, the Black Diamond Wind Hood Softshell Gloves combine a stretchy, highly breathable softshell glove with a stowable, weather-resistant flap hood that quickly deploys when the weather turns south. The mitt-style Pertex® Endurance wind hood is fixed on the thumb and easily rolls up and hides away in mild weather. PrimaLoft® Gold insulation helps combat chilly alpine temps, and the patterned grip palm provides a firm grasp on poles and other essentials.
- Four-way stretch softshell fabric with stowable, weather-resistant Pertex® Endurance mitt hood
- 100 g PrimaLoft® Gold insulation
- Patterned silicone grip palm
- Low-profile stretch cuff
Weight Per Pair : 95 g (3.35 oz)
Temperature Range : -4/4 °C (25/40 °F)
Wind Hood Softshell Gloves is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by iworedettos from nice warmth for the weight i've been using these gloves for about a month, skiing on the east coast and in colorado. the overmitt adds a surprising amount of warmth when things get chillier and the gloves work well in, ya know, glove mode. they dry quicker than other primaloft gloves that i've used around this weight. i haven't abused mine enough to see how the palm side of overmitt holds up over time, being worked against pole grips, etc., the only question mark i have so far. at the moment, pretty happy with this investment. versatile setup. if you want to run liner gloves under these, definitely size up one size. the cuff is pretty snug (on me).
Date published: 2018-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by jimmymcbot from Light and worm for what they are I have used them once for a day out the ice they were great. Light weight but worm. I would buy more of them if I had space to horde them.
Date published: 2018-01-10