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Outdoor Research Crave Ski Gloves

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Type: Over Glove
Material: Leather
Insulation: 266/200g EnduraLoft insulation
Waterproofing: Waterproof/breathable Ventia insert
Removable Liner: No
Closure: Hook and loop tab gauntlet closure
Goggle Wipe: No, Soft nose wipe
Gauntlet: Yes, Ripstop lined Gauntlet
Recommended Use: Daily Wear, Casual, Winter Wear, Skiing, Snowboarding, Hiking
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Outdoor Research Crave Ski Gloves

The Outdoor Research Crave Ski Gloves are a great pair of gloves that any discerning skier be they an amateur who has only just taken up the sport to professionals who have been in love with the sport for years. They are designed to be more serious and mature with their sleek, subtle styling rather than focusing on artfulness and complexity, focusing more on designing a durable and comfortable product for an excellent value that anyone should be able to agree on.

Key Features of the Outdoor Research Crave Ski Gloves:
  • Waterproof/breathable Ventia insert
  • All-leather construction; ripstop lined gauntlet
  • Reinforced leather panel on palm wraps around pole-strap path
  • EnduraLoft insulation: 266 g on back of hand, 200 g on palm
  • Smooth tricot lining
  • FlexAction wrist articulation matches the natural, active-hand position while skiing
  • Soft nose wipe on thumb
  • Hook/loop tab gauntlet closure; fits under jacket cuff


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For the leather material
Viviana G on Dec 18, 2013
I need a really warm glove. Will Crave fit the bill?
Frank H on Jan 25, 2014
Best Answer: The Crave ski glove is a warm glove. However mitts are always a better choice for warmth
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