Outdoor Research Adrenaline Glove - Kids'

Warm hands mean more fun.

Nothing will douse your stoke like cold, wet hands, so eliminate the threat with the Outdoor Research Kids' Adrenaline Gloves. Well-insulated and equipped with a waterproof, breathable insert, the Adrenalines keep your hands warm, so you're not stuck at the lodge warming your fingers over the heater while your friends are out getting first tracks. The Adrenalines certainly aren't lacking in features with a ladder lock wrist cinch, single hand gauntlet closure, and a grippy Alpengrip LT palm.

  • Enduraloft synthetic insulation
  • Ventia waterproof insert
  • Alpengrip LT palm
  • Ladder-lock wrist cinch
  • Monocinch gauntlet closure
  • 3M reflective details
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

The fingers!

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

First off, I am a huge fan of OR and they consistently make quality gear. Unfortunately, they totally missed the mark with the sizing on these gloves. As the other reviewers noted, the fingers are waaaaay too short for the size of the rest of the glove. My daughter has small hands for her age so I went with a small (nearly all other brands are too long-fingered for her in a small). The palm/wrist areas fit fine, but the fingers were about an inch too short. Other than sizing, these are top quality gloves with all the key features. The hunt continues...

Heard loud and clear! Thankyou for writing!

Leta
OR Rep

Crazy short fingers

  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Medium and large

I agree with Mollie, the finger length in these gloves is completely too short. My son is 10, so we first ordered the medium. When they arrived and he tried them on, we decided to order the large. Even the large had crazy short finger lengths, and they were practically the same length as the fingers in the medium. Both went back, which is too bad because we really like OR and loved the colors!

Hey Suzanna, I did pass this feedback on to OR, based on Mollie's feedback below. Hopefully they can address this for future.

Thanks and Happy New Year,

Leta
OR Rep

Short fingers

  • Fit: Runs small

The gloves seem well made, but the fingers are oddly short. The size large was far to small for an average size 11 yo boy.

Hey Mollie, I will pass your feedback on to OR. My son is 11 and wear s the size large just fine, but still it's great feedback to have. Do you have thoughts about at what age gloves should no longer be "kids" and gloves should be in adult sizes? It's a tough one to answer! Once over 10-12, kids start to get into adult sizes, so it's good to keep that in mind.

Thanks for writing!

Leta
OR Rep