Dawn patrol starts can be awfully cold, but your hands sure start to heat up in a hurry once you get onto the skin track. When the weather's too cold for just liners but the activity's too high-output for thicker gloves, reach for the just-right warmth of the Camp USA G Air Gloves. These lightweight insulated gloves are ideal for backcountry ski tours, mountaineering missions, and long days of hiking in the cold. Their windproof fabric keeps your hands warm against icy blasts of alpine air, while PrimaLoft insulation delivers toasty warmth without the weight. The palms are made with a lightweight and ultra-breathable fabric that helps your internal climate stay cool and comfortable as you work up a sweat, while silicone inserts in key areas help boost your grip on ski poles and mountaineering tools. Conductor pads on the thumb and index finger ensure that you can use your phone without exposing your hands to the cold, and the snug undercuff slip on design stops that cold from sneaking in as you travel through the mountains.
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