Black Diamond Enforcer


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Ice Climbing Glove

The Black Diamond Enforcer is an ice climbing glove with a top specification. It is rated down to -17C by Black Diamond largely down no doubt to the 170g of Primaloft One on the back of the hand! Durability is achieved with the supple goat-leather palm and strong kevlar stitching.

4 way stretch in the outer nylon shell and pre-curved fingers help to create a excellent dexterity and EVA padding on the knuckes provide the necessary impact protection.

Of course no winter ice climbing glove would be complete without a waterproof barrier and the Enforcer has a Goretex insert to achieve this. Further weather protection comes from a long cuff and sinch cord.


  • Rated down to -17C
  • Goretex waterproof insert
  • Nylon shell with 4 way stretch
  • Goat-leather palm
  • 170g Primaloft One on the back of the hand
  • EVA foam padding on the fingers
  • Pre-curved fingers.


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