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Outdoor Research Adrenaline Ski Gloves 2016

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Type: Over Glove
Material: 70D nylon shell
Insulation: 233g EnduraLoft
Waterproofing: Waterproof/breathable Ventia insert
Removable Liner: No
Closure: Ladder-lock wrist cinch
Goggle Wipe: No
Gauntlet: Yes, MonoCinch gauntlet closure
Recommended Use: Daily Wear, Casual, Winter Wear, Skiing, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Outdoor Research Adrenaline Ski Gloves

The Outdoor Research Adrenaline Ski Gloves work great for both skiing and snowboarding and are made to stay comfortable, dry and warm throughout an entire day of hard riding. These gloves are built with Ventia Dry construction to allow air to flow freely, keeping these gloves from getting stuffy and moist from the inside. However, this ventilation doesn’t mean that these gloves are less waterproof; a durable 70D nylon shell helps repel water and snow from the outside. These Adrenaline ski gloves are a great way to protect hands from the cold and wet.

Key Features of the Outdoor Research Adrenaline Ski Gloves:
  • Ventia Dry construction
  • Waterproof/breathable Ventia insert
  • Durable 70D nylon shell
  • EnduraLoft insulation: 233g
  • Wrap-around AlpenGrip LT palm
  • Pre-curve, boxed construction
  • Ladder-lock wrist cinch with easy-grip tab
  • MonoCinch gauntlet closure


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Why did you choose this? Store
I have been following them lately and when I ordered them through Amazon they were sold out.
I originally wanted them in black/lemongrass, size large, but I couldn't get them. When I saw your web site and that you had the gloves in black, size large, I didn't pass them up.
The reason I picked OR Adrenaline models is that I wanted the gloves to be gauntlet style, warm and waterproof. I going skiing in late February to Montana and I'm gearing up for the trip.
Joseph L on Jan 20, 2015

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