The Army Leather Patrol Gauntlet is a warm, durable mitten for long, cold days in the snow. Suits skiers looking for an extra warm glove as the mitten version traps more air for insulation around the hand. The palm in goatskin leather has outward-facing seams for good grip, while the backhand is in weather-resistant softshell fabric. A fleece liner with G-Loft synthetic insulation keeps fingers warm even in low temperatures, and can easily be removed to wash or dry. A number of well-thought-out details make for superb functionality on the mountain. In powder snow, you'll appreciate the high, protective cuff, while the wrist strap reduces the risk of losing a glove. A carabiner and eyelet let you hang the glove with the opening facing downwards to avoid it filling with snow if you take it off. A hardwearing, reliable companion happy to accompany you off the beaten track, away from the ski lifts and comforts of the ski resort. Also available in a 5-finger model.
Alpine Pro gloves are inspired by free-riders, mountain guides, instructors, and others who place high demands on their gloves. Skiers and riders who ride in varied mountain terrain and weather conditions will find the right glove in this category.
Use the hanging loop together with a carabiner to hang the gloves upside down. This is to protect them from rain and snow.
G-Loft is a very thin 100% polyester fiber with exceptionally high insulating capacity, even in wet conditions. G-Loft is quick drying, breathable and very compressive.
Durable medium heavy 100 % polyester fleece lining, with soft and comfortable brushed surface.
This liner is included when buying 30671 Army Leather Patrol Gauntlet Mitt
By replacing your worn out lining, you will both extend the lifetime of the glove as well as caring for the environment. Other suitable liners for 30671 Army Leather Patrol Gauntlet Mitt
Durable and proofed goat leather.
Durable woven fabric with spandex to provide good stretch properties. Windproof, waterproof and breathable fabric. 97% polyester, 3% elastane.