Black Diamond Midweight Digital


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Touch Screen Glove

This super soft, stretchy fleece glove is a must for the outdoors. The Black Diamond Midweight Digital Glove has a touch screen compatible fabric on the thumb and index finger, so you don't have to bare your skin to the cold to use your smart phone. It has a goat skin leather palm for that bit more durability to the hardwearing part of the glove.

The Midweight Digital can be worn on it's own or as a liner. It's quick drying, with a good balance of breathability and insulation so your hands don't work up a sweat but stay warm.

  • Stretchy Fleece
  • Goat Skin Leather Palm
  • Quick Drying
  • Breathable
  • Good Wind Protection
  • Good Insulation
  • Digital Fingertips
  • 2/7 °C (35/45 °F)
  • 55 g (1.9 oz)
  • 64% Polyester
  • 24% Nylon
  • 12% Spandex


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