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Outdoor Research - Adrenaline Glove - Women's

Outdoor Research Adrenaline Glove - Women's

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$34.97 $49.95

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Tech Specs

Material:
[shell] 100% nylon, [lining] tricot
Waterproofing:
Ventia insert
Insulation:
EnduraLoft (266g)
Style:
gauntlet glove
Closure:
wrist cinch, gauntlet drawcord
Palm Grip:
yes, AlpenGrip LT
Claimed Weight:
(medium, per pair) 5.6 oz
Recommended Use:
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Adrenaline Glove

You're not one to complain about the temperature, but if anything will kill your enthusiasm for cold temps and low snow lines, it's going to be cold hands. The Outdoor Research Women's Adrenaline Gloves protect your paws from those freezing mountain temps that come along with cold, dry powder, so the last thing on your mind on a powder day will be cold digits.

The gloves are insulated with Outdoor Research's EnduraLoft synthetic insulation, which is protected by a waterproof and breathable Ventia insert to keep moisture at bay. The shell of the glove is made with a durable nylon shell, while the palm is equipped with the AlpenGrip LT palm for exceptional grip. The gloves feature a pre-curved construction for a comfortable fit and feel, and the wrist cinch and drawcord gauntlet closure keep the heat in and the snow out while you ride.

  • EnduraLoft synthetic insulation (266g)
  • Ventia waterproof insert
  • Nylon shell
  • AlpenGrip LT palm
  • Pre-curved construction
  • MonoCinch gauntlet closure
  • Ladder-lock wrist cinch

Excellent gloves from OR

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I highly recommend these gloves. Nothing but good things to say. Cant go wrong with outdoor research. The warranty from OR is pretty much the best in the industry. If your looking at these gloves and are unsure... dont be! Pull the trigger and get them!

Not very warm

    These gloves are fine for skiing in 30+ degrees, but my fingers would freeze in anything lower than that.

    Tracy, you are spot on. Except, I would rate these maybe to 20 degrees, but I know that each person has there own threshold of what works for them. These are our least expensive gloves, and they are warm and waterproof... to an extent. We make the gloves that will take you to the highest places on the earth and keep you warm, but you need to pay for that. That's the tradeoff here for sure.

    I would like to recommend the Southback Glove at $89, or even the Lucent Heated Glove at $265. Maybe a Mitt? I just bought the Stormbound Mitt for my sister and she loves them - $99.

    So, please know that we have the products there for you, and I am sorry that the Adrenaline didn't work the way you had hoped.

    Leta
    OR Rep

    Outdoor Research

    Gloves & Mittens
    Men's
     S / 7M / 8L / 9XL / 10
    Hand Circumference

    7 - 7.75in

    (17.8 - 19.7cm)

    8 - 8.5in

    (20.3 - 21.6cm)

    9 - 9.5in

    (22.8 - 24.1cm)

    9.5 - 10in+

    (24.1 - 25.4cm+)

    Hand Length

    6.5 - 7in

    (16.5 - 17.8cm)

    7.5 - 8in

    (19.7 - 20.3cm)

    8.5 - 9in

    (21.6 - 22.8cm)

    9 - 9.5in+

    (22.8 - 24.1cm+)

    Women's
     S / 6M / 7L / 8
    Hand Circumference

    6.5 - 7.25in

    (16.5 - 18.4cm)

    7.25 - 8in

    (18.4 - 20.3cm)

    8 - 8.25in

    (20.3 - 21cm)

    Hand Length

    6.5 - 7in

    (16.5 - 17.8cm)

    7 - 7.5in

    (17.8 - 19.7cm)

    7.5 - 8in+

    (19.7 - 20.3cm+)

    Unisex
     XS / 6S / 7M / 8L / 9XL / 10
    Hand Circumference

    6.5 - 7.25in

    (16.5 - 18.4cm)

    7.25 - 8in

    (18.4 - 20.3cm)

    8 - 8.5in

    (20.3 - 21.6cm)

    8.5 - 9.5in

    (21.6 - 24.1cm)

    9.5 - 10in+

    (24.1 - 25.4cm+)

    Hand Length

    6.5 - 7in

    (16.5 - 17.8cm)

    7 - 7.5in

    (17.8 - 19.7cm)

    7.5 - 8in

    (19.7 - 20.3cm)

    8 - 9in

    (20.3 - 22.8cm)

    9 - 9.5in+

    (22.8 - 24.1cm+)

    How to Measure:
    Measure the hand cirumference around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb. Just below the base of your fingers. Also measure your hand length from the base of your palm to the end of your middle finger. Use the larger of the two measurements to select your glove size.