CAMP G Comp Wind Gloves
The ultimate glove for spring ski tours and ski mountaineering races! For pre-dawn starts and above tree line ridges when the fingers need a bit more protection unroll the Windmit'N from the glove cuff. The coated ripstop nylon Windmit'N covers the fingers and thumb while leaving the palm exposed for good grip. The G Comp Wind is also a great glove for cycling in foul weather.
- Ski Mountaineering Competitions, Winter Running
- Attached wind shells hide away in a pocket on the wrist
- Durable synthetic leather palm
- Grip'R pads on thumb, index finger, and palm for superior grip
- Reinforcement patch to prevent abrasion from pole straps
- Terry wipe on thumb
Features: Windbreak, Breathable, Touchscreen Compatible, Wrist Leash, Grip’R, Hanging Loop, Sweat Cloth
Sizes: S - M - L - XL - XXL - XXL
Weight: 85 g, 3.0 oz (Large)
Gloves have worked great, are warm for their size, and I definitely like the grip and the wind shield. My only complaint is that after one day of using these, the entire material on the front side gets kind of out of control with fuzz going everywhere. Haven't really seen this before but could be the material. It is mostly cosmetic but there is a lot of the material that is just falling off in the front that just doesn't seem right.
This is an awesome and versatile glove. I have used then for cold weather hiking and they have worked well to keep my hands warm and dry down to about 20 degrees or so (probably not quite that low if you aren’t moving). I really like that the attached wind shell ticks into the cuff for easy storage and quickly deploys if the weather turns foul. One note to make is that the shell is not waterproof but just water resistant. This means it works fine in the snow but your hands will get wet in steady rain (CAMP advertises as such). The only reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is that the cuff hem is very small compared to the hand size. Once my hand is in the glove it has a snug but very comfortable and functional fit but it does take some work to get on vs just slipping on like most other gloves I have owned. A bit of elastic on the hem would elevate this. Otherwise it is a stellar glove that does what it says it will do at a reasonable price.
This is a great glove that i use for racing and spring touring. The wind shell definitely keeps your hands warm and is easy going on and off. Glove will get a bit **** during transition if you're touching a lot of snow but that's to be expected. Dries fairly quickly though.