Black Diamond Equipment
Mont Blanc Gloves
A grippy, stretchy and weather-resistant glove ideal for mountain racing, ultra-running and other high-output pursuits, the Mont Blanc offers the protection you need without slowing you down. READ MORE
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A grippy, stretchy and weather-resistant glove ideal for mountain racing, ultra-running and other high-output pursuits, the Mont Blanc offers the protection you need without slowing you down. Learn More
DescriptionInspired by the legendary Ultra-Trail du Mont Blanc race, the Black Diamond Mont Blanc Gloves are designed to shed light weather and breathe efficiently during ultra-races and other high-output alpine endeavors. The lightweight stretch fabric features a weather-resistant finish protects against foul conditions, and the textured grip palm provides a firm grasp on trekking poles, bottles and other essentials. The Mont Blanc also features digital fingertips that allow you to use your phone without baring your skin to the cold.
- Weather-resistant stretch shell
- Breathable stretch palm with patterned silicone grip
- Digital fingertips for gloves-on touchscreen functionality
- Low-profile stretch cuff
Weight Per Pair : 56 g (1.98 oz)
Temperature Range : -4/4 °C (25/40 °F)
Mont Blanc Gloves is rated out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chuck from versatile gloves My versatile gloves for winter sport, I wear them to run snowshoeing and backcountry skiing. They are really.I am very impressed with their resistance after 3 years of intense use I will order a new pair
Date published: 2019-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fastestknowntyler from Grab on the go! Lightweight The grib is great after a year its smoother but not peeling or anything like that To me the grip doesn't make it a colder glove when temps drop Black color absorbs sunlight which is nice during windy alpine running in windy conditions Buying a size smaller might help if you want to use your touchscreen phone Grippy security when holding a BD whippet
Date published: 2019-04-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by Luc514 from Not what I was hopping for After a few uses I've found that this glove just doesn't fit. I grabbed this glove for winter approaches when I generally get really warm. The fingers are too long for a medium and especially the pinky is a 3/4in too long. The pinky is a regular irritant for BD gloves but this is over the top. The tactile pads are stiff, don't wrap on the fingers and don't work with my Samsung phone's screen.
Date published: 2019-01-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by Zach the Outdoor Addict from Love the right glove, left's silicon grip fell off Right glove gets 5 stars, the left gets 2. So I'd give 2.5 stars if there was that option. I've had these for about a month and I have used them only for trail running/hiking with my BD Distance Carbon Z poles. They don't see daily use and after about the 5th sub 6 mile outing the left grip started detach from the thumb and index finger. These are warm enough for me down to 25 degrees and are a perfect match for the Carbon Z poles. I really really like these gloves when at 100%. I'd give a 5 star review if the grip lasted at least 6 months, but three weeks is too fast to unravel. I want to continue using them but the difference in feel now between the two gloves with the poles is too different.
Date published: 2019-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jacob from Great active glove These gloves are great for ski touring, winter running, light snow removal days, and most things outside when it’s cold.
Date published: 2018-12-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by Coondog from Great gloves for 3 seasons This is my third pair of these gloves. They are great for scrambling, bushwhacking, and general mountain wear when you need to protect your hands, but don’t need a thicker glove for warmth. One downside to the new pair: the fingertip fabric on index finger and thumb were changed to a slippery nylon, the tips would be better in thin leather/synthetic that had better grip - since the gloves may often be used for scrambling where using your fingers on easy climbin
Date published: 2018-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by juice from Surprisingly Warm I use these gloves on windy and cool days when I am backpacking with trekking poles. They do a good job at keeping my hands warm and blocking wind. I wouldn't wear them in snow or winter, they are just a little extra protection from cool days and nights.
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by RitchieP from Great value for money Bought a couple of months ago; fit is nice. Wind and rain proof, I’ve worn the gloves this winter between -6 Celsius and +4 Celsius and they just did what they need to do: keep my hands warm.
Date published: 2018-03-04