Gordini Challenge XII GORE-TEX Glove (Women's)
Style: 3G1041Gordiniâ€™s Challenge XIII Glove is made with the best materials for full protection during all levels of demanding activity. The flex fabric will make sure you have full mobility, and youâ€™ll be able to keep a good handle on things with the grips on the palm and thumb regions and genuine leather fingers. With specially-designed technology like low-profile Primaloft insulation and bomb-proof GORE-TEXÂ® fabric, these windproof and waterproof womenâ€™s gloves will keep your hands dry and toasty in the nastiest of winter conditions.
- Primaloft insulation is low profile but has superior warmth
- Microdenier lining has efficient wicking properties to keep you dry
- GORE-TEXÂ® fabric insert is Guaranteed to keep you dryÂ®
- Grip detailing on thumbs and palms for good grip
- Flexible fabric construction for supreme comfort and ease of movement
- Genuine leather body fingers enhance breathability
Questions and Answers
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"Which gloves are warmer... these or the Dakine Sequioa gloves?"
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Question by klskis769 on 2/11/2013 - 4:28 pm
"Both should be about the same. The main difference is that the Dakine Sequoia GORE-TEX Glove uses Primaloft so it is not as bulky but has just as much warmth. The Sequoia also comes with a removable liner. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/11/2013 - 4:40 pm
"I work outside with my chickens & ducks, filling waterers, wading pools, handling straw, etc. Can they stand up to this kind of work, and are they washable?"
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Question by Brenda on 2/23/2013 - 1:44 pm
"Definitely put it to the test! GORE-TEXÂ® did just that when they teamed up with Gordini to produce this glove. The gloves are washable and it is recommended to wash & dry the gloves per the washing instructions on the tag."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/25/2013 - 4:51 pm
"I love these gloves but lost one skiing last year. There are clips on the side of each glove but I (nor anyone in my ski group) could figure out how to use them so I wouldn't drop a glove. Help! "
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Question by Diane on 3/3/2013 - 6:32 pm
"Typically, these clips are to clip to gloves together. That way you will have the pair stay together."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/5/2013 - 4:32 pm
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