Summit Softshell Climbing Glove

Summit Softshell Climbing Glove

The North Face

$80.00

Built for fast-moving climbers, this streamlined, minimal and technical alpine climbing glove offers a leather palm for grip and durability and a waterproof neoprene gauntlet to seal out fierce weather conditions.

  • 5 Dimensional Fit™ ensures consistent sizing
  • Radiametric Articulation™ keeps hands in their natural relaxed position
  • Water-resistant goat leather provides a soft yet dexterous and extremely durable palm
  • Kevlar® thread throughout for extra reinforcement and durability
  • Short gauntlet with a Velcro® closure for warmth and security
  • Carabiner loop on back of finger for hanging when not in use
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