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Vigor Midweight Sensor Gloves

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Description

The Outdoor Research Men's Vigor Midweight Sensor Glove features more technology than you would've thought can be utilised in a fleece glove. First of all it's fully touch screen compatible which has become expected in this day and age and really useful so you're fingers don't freeze while checking weather forecasts, sending location messages to loved ones and updating your Instagram story. 

The other new and exciting feature in the Vigor Sensor Glove is the use of ActiveTemp technology which regulates the heat retained by the fleece. It worked so well in some key jackets that Outdoor Research has started using it through most of their layering systems. In high exertion when the body heats right up it dumps the excess heat, otherwise it retains as much as possible to keep you warm. Technology. 

This glove is the midweight version of the Vigor Sensor Glove liner range and is perfect for giving a good boost of warmth to your outer gloves but more importantly - keeping your hands dry. 

 

Outdoor Research Men's Midweight Vigor Sensor Glove Features

  • Breathable
  • Midweight
  • Wicking
  • Quick Drying
  • Thermo-regulating ActiveTemp™ treatment
  • Anti-Slip Silicone Pads on Palm
  • Glove Clip
  • Tapered Wrist
  • Double Layer Fleece Construction
  • Embossed Sensor Logo on Index Fingertip
  • Touchscreen-Compatible
Specifications
Fabric: ActiveTemp™ fleece 265g weight 93% polyester, 7% spandex, Touchscreen fleece thumb and index fingertips
Weight: 51 grams

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