Outdoor Research Men's Remote Gloves
When heavy flakes leave smooth white slopes begging for a set of tracks, dont let the cold and wet stop you from getting after it. The Men's Outdoor Research Remote Gloves have a GORE-TEX insert to keep hands dry in locales like the Pacific Northwest were snow falls thick, fluffy, and wet. Though warmly insulated for the coldest conditions, the leather palm and non-bulky palm construction allow easy movement and solid grip of poles. FlexAction wrist articulation mimics your downhilll wrist and hand position providing greater support for long days of carving turns.
- Shell: Waterproof/breathable GORE-TEX®nsert
- Durable, stretch-woven nylon across back of hand and gauntlet Insulation:
- PrimaLoft®One insulation: 340 g / 10oz. on back of hand; 170 g / 5oz. on palm
- Tricot lining Palm:
- Pittards®Armortan®Leather palm; wraps around fingertips and thumb and finger sidewalls
- Reinforced leather panel across pole-strap path
- FlexAction™wrist articulation matches the natural, active-hand position while skiing
- Ladder-lock wrist cinch
- Soft nose wipe on thumb
- DuoCinch™gauntlet closure; extended gauntlet for longer coverage
- Removable Idiot Cord
Purchase the Outdoor Research Remote Gloves for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- November 14 2011
Great winter gloves
I recently got a pair of the OR Remote Gloves and was really impressed with them. Kept my hands dry and very warm. Great ability to hold onto things and not bulky. Outstanding quality and true to their fit. Definitely would recommend to add a pair to anyones winter clothing.
- February 1 2011
I own the Alti Mitts which I consider the gold standard for warmth. Unfortunately, I can't grip my poles very well. So I've been looking for the perfect pair of ski gloves and think I found them in the OR Remotes. My requirements in a glove is one that has the Duocinch option and a long powder skirt which I couldn't find in any other brand. These gloves are very soft and have just the right amount of loft to keep my fingers warm. They started getting cold after sundown after about 6 hours of skiing and the temps dropped to 20 degrees. Now I can comfortably and securely grip the poles.