Outdoor ResearchLuminary Sensor Gloves - Men's

IFMGA tested, Mother Nature approved.

Whether you're headed out for dawn patrol at Loveland Pass or alpine climbing in the San Juan range, Outdoor Research's Luminary Sensor Gloves lead the way towards effervescent fun. These 3-in-1 dexterous gloves are built for simultaneous maximum mobility and unparalleled protection.

The anatomically contoured patterning, tapered wrist, and SuperCinch gauntlet closure make this piece an absolute staple in your backcountry get-up kit. Equipped with breathable-yet-vigilant Gore Windstopper soft shell fabric and a removable wool liner, these phalanges-burritos are rugged, versatile, and weather-resistant making them ideal for dusk-till-dawn backcountry endeavors or multi-day alpine adventures.

  • Gore Windstopper fabric
  • Blended wool removable liner
  • Touch-screen compatible
  • Tricot bonded palm
  • Pre-curved construction
  • Tapered wrist
  • Anatomically-contoured patterning
  • Tricot lined shell
  • Leather overlays
  • Nose wipe
  • SuperCinch gauntlet closure
  • Removable leash
  • Carabiner loop
  • Pull loop
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Best climbing gloves I've ever used

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got these gloves to replace my BD punishers for a trip down to Patagonia this season. Needless to say everything about these gloves blew me away and they quickly became my favorite and most reliable piece of kit. During the trip we attempted Exocet but because of 90 km/hr winds and crazy amounts of spindrift bailed 2 1/2 pitches up the chimney. While we were rapping every single layer on me got completely drenched (including my $400 Arcteryx hardshell) as the chimney melted out on top of us during the heat of the day...but the luminary sensor gloves kept my hands warm and and dry throughout the 26 hour ordeal. Seriously if you are looking for a glove for alpine climbing... I can't recommend this one enough. It is super warm, basically waterproof, and incredibly dextrous for how warm it is. I had no problem following the steeper pitches on Exocet and also handling the many rappels down back to the glacier. The only thing I would't recommend these gloves for would be for leading on steep ice but for everything else they are awesome!

Best climbing gloves I've ever used