You slam your ice axe into the wall. The nose sticks and you grip harder and pull upward. While you situate your feet, CAMP's GeKO Ice Gloves stay steadfast on the axe as your ascent continues onward and upward. The GeKO's Dryzone membrane keep your hands dry and warm from ice shards and slush that come with picking at a frozen waterfall all day. You don't have to worry about holes because the goatskin on these gloves is sewn to last. Holding on to your ice screws is a breeze because the GeKO's have gusseted knuckles, allowing you to do all the dexterous moves you need while climbing the hardest ice. And when you get the send, these gloves can come off and hang out on your wrists via elastic leashes so you can celebrate without having to worry about losing your gear.
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