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OR Gripper Gloves

 
OR Gripper Gloves

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: OR Gripper Gloves

Manufacturer: Outdoor Research

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Page By: tommi

Created/Edited: Jan 26, 2007 / Jan 26, 2007

Object ID: 2209

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Product Description

These multi-purpose outdoor work gloves have a secure, comfortable fit.
The weather-resistant fleece stops wind and provides warmth.
Synthetic palms and a curved design give them the ability to handle difficult tasks in cold, wet conditions.

Features

Cool-weather insulating outer glove; All-around, outdoor work glove

+ WindStopper® Technical Fleece
+ Suregrip palm
+ Anatomical curve; boxed construction
+ Tapered wrist


weight: 3.3 oz./94 g (size L, per pair)


Colors:Black, Mojo Blue, Deep Green


Sizes: S, M, L, XL

Also available in special womans style and sizes

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Reviews

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tommiUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

Use the Gripper Gloves for 3 years now, solo in the winter, for ice climbing and mountaineering. Great grip, the gloves are very robust and the comfort and warmth is good.
Posted Jan 26, 2007 9:49 am

gruntRecommended

Voted 5/5

I've owned a pair of Gripper Gloves for several years now. They have a comfortable, non-bulky fit. The palms are grippy and durable. Perhaps my favorite feature is the tapered wrist which interfaces very well with a jacket and layers.
Posted Apr 3, 2007 7:56 pm

AlpinistNot very durable

Voted 3/5

The OR Gripper Gloves are warm and comfortable. Unfortunately, they are not very durable. Despite being careful with them, I've worn holes through the fingers after only a handful of trips. The gripper material is great for gripping, but they don't seem to add any level of durability to the glove. The fingertips of my gloves have worn through just as quickly as other fleece gloves that don't have the gripper material on them.
Posted Jul 25, 2007 11:02 am

PallandoMostly dexterous

Voted 4/5

I got these at an REI garage sale for $5. What I really wanted was liner gloves, and these didn't fit the bill. The palm of the glove was stiffer than what I was looking for, so at first I was mildly disappointed.
Then I started climbing in them, and found them to be an excellent balance between dexterity and protection. If you get them what they're supposed to be used for, you'll love them. These are now my go-to glove for rougher conditions until I pull out my massive mitts.
Posted Apr 5, 2010 7:48 pm

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