Black Diamond Midweight Screentap


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Black Diamond Mid-weight Screentap- Glove

The perfect midweight liner glove! Slightly more fill than the Lightweight Glove- so will keep your hands that bit warmer! Fitted with Polartec Power Stretch Pro- a highly resilient stretch material that will hug your hands and is soft to skin. Excellent moisture management properties, comfort and durability. The materials wick moisture away so your hands do not over-heat or get too clammy, making them highly breathable.

Ideal for skiing, trail running or hiking with your smartphone, or if you want to keep your hands toasty on a morning commute! The entire palm is covered with U|R Powered material to allow for gloves-on touchscreen use.

  • 244g Polartec Power Stretch Pro
  • U|R powered material on palm and fingers for gloves-on touchscreen use.
  • Weight Per Pair: 43 g (1.5 oz)
  • Temperature Range: 0/7 ºC (32/45 ºF)


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