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Waterproof All Weather Lightweight Glove

Wasserdicht | Unisex
40,00 €

Ein wasserdichter Alltags - Handschuh. Komfortabel, warm und atmungsaktiv. Passend für alle Wetterbedingungen. Weiterlesen

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  • Wasserdicht - dreischichtiger Aufbau sorgt für Wärme, Haltbarkeit und Wasserdichtheit
  • Griffigkeit und Kontrolle - PU-Handfläche bietet ausgezeichnete Griffigkeit und präzise Kontrolle
  • Maschinenwaschbar - keine spezielle Behandlung erforderlich

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Produktcode: 12100081000110

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  • Wasserdicht - dreischichtiger Aufbau sorgt für Wärme, Haltbarkeit und Wasserdichtheit
  • Griffigkeit und Kontrolle - PU-Handfläche bietet ausgezeichnete Griffigkeit und präzise Kontrolle
  • Maschinenwaschbar - keine spezielle Behandlung erforderlich

Ein wasserdichter Alltags - Handschuh. Komfortabel, warm und atmungsaktiv. Passend für alle Wetterbedingungen.

  • Äußere: SHELL: 94% Polyester, 6% Elastane; PALM: 50% Polyester, 50% Polyurethane,
  • Membran: 100% Polyurethane
  • Innere: LINING: 100% Polyester
  • The perfect barrier between you and the most challenging wet weather. Our products are developed in such a way as to give 100% waterproof protection whilst being incredibly breathable and dexterous. Add in varying layers of insulation means we can offer waterproof products for all climates.

  • Climate Guide

     

    Dieses Produkt ist mit 2 bewertet und bietet extra Wärme an kälteren Tagen.

     

  • Two Year Guarantee

    This product qualifies for our Two Year Waterproof Guarantee

  • Britisches Design & Technologie

    Unsere Produkte werden mit führenden technischen Experten, Athleten und Designern entwickelt, damit sie auf dem höchsten Niveau performen können

Waterproof All Weather Lightweight Glove is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not sure what the intended use for these is... One of my particular issues with rain is that, given I now hike with trekking poles, my hands get quite cold often out away from my body holding on to the ends of the sticks. I purchased these for a series of outdoor activities in Iceland this summer, knowing that I was likely to encounter cold, wet conditions while backpacking and hiking. On our first 4-day backpack, we ended up hiking quite high into the highlands, and the higher we got, the wetter and colder it got, until finally we ended up hiking the last 4km or so to our campsite for the night, across persistent late season névé in a driving rain. I had put these gloves on early and made sure the cuff was under my shell, knowing I was going to need them. Well my hands never really got warm as the gloves got wetter and wetter. Metabolism changes between people and extremities are hard to gauge, so the cold hands wasn't really what turned me hard-set against these gloves -- it was the wetness. They are advertised as waterproof, but not only did they not keep my hands dry, but once I got to camp I could literally wring out a good 10mL of water out of each glove. In addition, at our snack break, once I took of the glove to open a granola bar package, I was unable to get them back on without assistance -- literally. The inner glove pulls away from each of the fingers of the outer and twists up inside when you take your hand out -- and that combined with the fact that they weren't keeping my hands dry at all, made it impossible to get my cold, wet hands back into them alone. I had to get my hiking partner to hold the glove, while I forced my hand back into them. They also never even came even close to drying out for the duration of the four day trip (the rest of my gear did easily in the wind when it wasn't raining). I've been hiking and backpacking for a long time, and I know that cold and wet is a really tricky combination to deal with for handwear. I think my expectations of these gloves were that they at least help me combat one of the variables (either cold or wet). They did neither. They were very windproof, but why I'd pay the price for these when I could just get a windstopper fleece glove that would do as well or better job (even in the rain) is beyond me. And I'm still not really sure what application these would be good for -- maybe urban cycling or dog-walks? It would have to be some place where you're assured to be able to dry them with heat later if they got wet. Needless to say I returned them as soon as I got back. TL;DR: They get wet, they let your hands get wet, they are impossible to get back on once your hands do get wet, and they don't dry out without full sun or a dryer. Backcountry demands are too much for them -- don't use them for this application.
Date published: 2015-09-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from They don't work Bought them for the hour cycle commute, outside temp about 0 + 2 degrees, hands like blocks of ice by the time i reached work. showerproof but definitely not windproof. would be OK for walking on a cold day.
Date published: 2016-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from As waterproof as a sponge Bought for work first time I put them on in moderate rain both hands soaked after 20 minutes they feel nice and look good but there are sunken ships that are just as waterproof as these gloves avoid
Date published: 2017-06-23
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