Pull on the Outdoor Research Gripper Heated Sensor Gloves using the wrist loops to provide yourself with dry and warm hands from first chair to last. The sleeves of your shell will easily slide over the under-cuff gauntlets on the way to the chair and the AltiHeat batteries can be turned on and adjusted to the perfect heat while on the first lift ride to keep your hands at a comfortable temperature. As you drop in for some turns the synthetic Suregrip palms and pre-curved design provide the dexterity and durability you need to hold your poles, while the Gore-Tex Infinium 3L laminate will keep moisture from the snow off of your precious digits.
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