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Mammut Nordwand Pro Glove - Men's

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Tech Specs

[main] 100% goat leather [insert] 86% polymide, 14% spandex, [lining] 100% polyester
Primaloft Gold
Removable Liner:
hook-and-loop wrist strap
Palm Grip:
Recommended Use:
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty:

Nordwand Pro Glove

Mammut made the Men's Nordwand Pro glove specifically for ice climbing and winter mountaineering. While most insulated gloves feel too bulky for climbing, the Nordwand Pro focuses on dexterity so you can swing axes without a hassle. Its Pittards leather shell has a supple feel that ensures full mobility for working with ice tools. Mammut backed the leather shell with waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex for reliable weather protection, and Primaloft Gold insulation keeps warm with its light, lofty, compressible feel.

  • Ice climbing glove balances weather protection with dexterity
  • Gore-Tex gives reliable waterproof, breathable protection
  • Pittards leather sheds snowflakes, water, and moisture
  • Primaloft Gold insulation provides sensational warmth
  • Hook-and-loop wrist closure is quick and easy
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Comfortable and stylish but not for cold

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Good looking glove, very supple and comfy, leather feels and looks nice. The pull tab broke on day 1, Mammut sent me a replacement so kudos to them for the customer service. They fit slightly large, had to go 1 size down from my usual Hestra 7. They are supposed to be insulated, and it looks like they are just by the feel of the lining inside but it's not made for cold temperatures. My finger tips were freezing after cross country skiing in 40 degree weather. Not sure if they would be adequate for high altitude mountaineering.