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Outdoor Research Direct Route Gloves

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Protect your hands while rock climbing with the Outdoor Research Direct Route Gloves. They are durable belay protection for your hands.

$ 44.95 (44.95 Incl. tax)

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Product description

Outdoor Research Direct Route Gloves

Creating the best-fitting, top-performing rock climbing gloves on the market is part of the Outdoor Research 30-plus year heritage in protective handwear for all types of outdoor sports. The new full-finger Outdoor Research Direct Route Gloves builds on that expectation with an extremely durable and highly breathable polyester/spandex blend throughout, with a goat leather palm and cow split suede overlays on key wear areas. Kevlar stitching adds durability, with the result being an extremely tactile, durable, and breathable glove that will protect your hand against your rope, rack, and rock wall.

Features

  • Material:  95% polyester, 5% spandex, stretch woven main shell - goat leather palm and cow split suede overlays - polyester-coated neoprene cuff
  • Durable
  • Breathable
  • Ultra-Tactile
  • Leather Palm
  • Split Suede Overlays on Palm and Fingers
  • Kevlar® Stitching on Overlays
  • Durable Cow Split Suede Overlays
  • Vented Palm and Fingers
  • Pull Loop
  • Neoprene Cuff
  • Hook/Loop Wrist Closure
  • Gusseted Wrist Entry
  • Tapered Wrist

Specifications

Specifications for: Direct Route Gloves

  • Weight (gms) 4.1 oz

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