|Conditions||Cold (Mid Winter)|
|Material||GORE-TEX, Nylon, Polyester, Polyurethane|
|Cuff Style||Over the Cuff|
The nylon/poly shell with DWR treatment and a breathable waterproof GORE-TEX insert keep them dry, while 230g high loft synthetic insulation locks in warmth. The one hand cinch gauntlet makes for easy on and off, and the PU palm is durable for long lasting wear. Because kids play hard, and they need a glove that can keep up.
Nylon / Poly with DWR Finish – The surface of the shell fabrics are treated with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish to act as an initial barrier to moisture. The backside of the fabrics are also treated with another water-resistant and breathable coating. This acts as a climate-control system that lets perspiration out, but keeps moisture from penetrating inward.
GORE-TEX Waterproof/Breathable Membrane – Always best in class, with the highest combined levels of waterproofing, breathability, durability and softness available, while providing optimum comfort and protection. Any glove with a GORE-TEX label carries the Guaranteed To Keep You Dry™ promise.
High Loft Synthetic [110 g / 280 g] – A synthetic insulation with an excellent balance of comfort, warmth and value. It resists moisture in wet conditions providing loft retention and an air space that holds heat and keeps hands warm. The non-bulky nature of this insulation allows breathability when conditions are warmer.
150 g Tricot Lining – The least bulky of all liners, lightweight Tricot provides the ultimate in dexterity and moisture management.
Polyurethane – A highly abrasion-resistant and comfortable palm derived from a nylon substrate faced with Polyurethane. The end result is a premium synthetic palm material with superior durability, grip and waterproofing.
One Hand Cinch Gauntlet Cuff Closure
Warmth Index: 4 – Gloves and mitts are rated from 1 - 5 based on the amount of insulation and lining materials. Styles with a warmth rating of 1 are designed for warmer weather conditions or riders who require less insulation. At the other end of the spectrum, gloves or mitts with a rating of 5 are the warmest styles for the harshest conditions, and for those who need maximum warmth.