Outdoor Research Ascendant Sensor Glove

Outdoor Research Ascendant Sensor Glove
Outdoor Research Ascendant Sensor Glove
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Ascendant Sensor Glove by Outdoor Research
The Ascendant Sensor Glove is a lightweight, packable option for ice climbing anywhere from Ouray to faraway alpine routes. Outdoor Research designed this glove with a Pertex Quantum Air shell as well as Polartec Alpha insulation to provide a strong degree of wind- and water-resistance while still retaining heat to stay warm and letting excess heat ventilate out. The construction of these gloves provides a highly packable and nimble glove that can fit in a pocket and easily perform while holding ice tools or comfortably manage a rope.

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SKU: ODR00T9
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