Rab Storm Glove


RRP: £47.00
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4 season glove

Rab have developed the Storm Glove which is a waterproof, synthetic, insulated glove designed for cold and wet weather use. Using Porelle fabric (which is very durable) and Pyrotec insulation (which offers a packable warmth with good water resistance and low water absorbency) these really are a high contended for the best gloves out there. 4 season glove, so can withstand the toughest winter months and is suitable for walking in mild temperatures too. Additional features like single hand drawcord cuff closure, reinforced palms and thumbs and a soft inner lining make them exceptionally durable, practical and soft to skin.

  • Weight: 120g/4oz
  • Nylon ripstop outer shell
  • Porelle® Dry waterproof insert
  • Pyrotec™ insulation
  • Goat leather palm and thumb reinforcement
  • Soft bemberg lining
  • Back of thumb flocking patch
  • Single hand drawcord cuff closure


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