Outdoor Research PL 400 Sensor Gloves Mens


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Outdoor Research- PL 400 Sensor Gloves - Touch Screen Compatible

Say goodbye to the days when you have to take off your gloves to send a text or answer a call. These touch screen compatible gloves allow you to use a smart- phone, touch screen camera, iPod or laptop while still wearing the gloves. Additionally, fitted with a 300-weight fleece and 100-weight fleece liner these gloves a super- warm, so will keep your hands toasty this winter, this material is also highly breathable and wicking so will stop your hands getting all clammy if you are walking hard and producing excess heat! 

Can be worn with a waterproof shell, liner glove or on its own. Perfect for hiking, walking, scrambling, walking the dog or even commuting... Really is an everyday wear glove. Fitted with Anti- Slip Silicone Palm Print and Glove Clip, to make sure you won't leave them behind and drop your phone.

  • Quick drying
  • Touch-Screen fleece thumb and index fingertip
  • Avg. Weight: 2.7oz / 77g (L)
  • Fabric: Radiant Fleece™ 95% polyester, 5% spandex


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