Outdoor Research StormTracker Heated Glove

Outdoor Research StormTracker Heated Glove
Outdoor Research StormTracker Heated Glove
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StormTracker Heated Glove by Outdoor Research
Some folks hide during big, nasty winter storms, but others like to go out on the mountain when the wind is blasting, the snow is pounding down, and everybody else has run for cover. For those hardy souls, as well as those with chronically chilly digits, the Outdoor Research StormTracker Heated Glove is a godsend. It's constructed from breathable and windproof Windstopper softshell, with a goatskin leather palm and an soft, moisture-wicking polyester lining. The real difference maker, though, is the AltiHeat battery-powered heating system. Running off a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, AltiHeat provides three heat settings to keep your fingers functional when temps are so low that your spit freezes before it hits the ground. The gusseted cuff has a locking zipper to make sure heat stays in and snow stays out, while the StormTracker's light and dextrous design makes it as suitable for ice climbing and single-day mountaineering as it is for resort skiing.

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SKU: ODR003R
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