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Mountain Hardwear Headwall XCR Glove
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Mountain Hardwear Headwall XCR Glove

 
Mountain Hardwear Headwall XCR Glove

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Mountain Hardwear Headwall XCR Glove

Manufacturer: Mountain Hardwear

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Page By: ibndalight

Created/Edited: Jan 21, 2007 / Apr 1, 2007

Object ID: 1801

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Product Description

 
 
This glove made guides pick this year because of it durable palm and sewn in finger tips. Often times the problem with gloves is when you get them wet and then take your hands in and out of them they pile up at the fingers and thumb, and make it a pain to get your fingers back were they belong. This problem seems to be elimated with this Glove. Yippee, now with the technical specs. Superior materials meet outstanding value in this backcountry and mountaineering glove: GORE-TEX? XCR? for breathability, goatskin palms for grip and abrasion resistance, durable Kevlar? reinforced nylon outer fabrics and a fleece/polyester inner for warmth.

Features

? Articulated cut
? Chamois nose-wipe on back of thumb
? SimpleCinch one handed gauntlet closure
? Removable leash
? Highly breathable, waterproof XCR GoreTex? insert
? Durable water-resistant cowhide palm and fingers
? Tough taslan nylon shell fabric
? Polyester insulation back of hand, fleece palm
? Long gauntlet








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ibndalightHeadwall XCR Glove

Voted 5/5

This is a great climbing or skiing glove it keeps your hands warm in all conditions. It also keeps them dry as well. I was very impressed with how dry and breathable the glove is. The glove wicks away sweat from your hands keeping them dry and warm.
Posted Jan 21, 2007 6:23 pm

mibuAnnapurna XCR

Voted 5/5

I have the old model called Annapurna XCR. Excelent glove. It is very functional, warm and easy to handle. I like especially the simple one handed gauntlet closure. Very efficient. Wind resistant inner glove can be used alone in warmer days or when higher dexterity is required.
Posted Nov 9, 2009 6:25 am

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