Outdoor Research PL Base Sensor Gloves


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Outdoor Research- PL Sensor- Touch Screen Compatible

Their lightest weight fleece liner glove AND touchscreen compatible- so you no longer have to take your gloves off to text or answer calls. Ideal! Filled with 50-weight fleece, glove clip (so you don't leave them somewhere) and a grippy silicone print on the palm, these gloves have all the essentials. Technically excellent as the materials are breathable, wicking and quick-drying, so your hands won't get clammy and hot if you are over- exerting yourself.

Perfect for hiking, walking the dog, commuting or trekking in colder environments. Can be worn alone or with a waterproof liner on top.

**not as warm as the PL400 gloves by Outdoor Research.

  • Avg. Weight: 1.4oz / 39g (L)


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