Black Diamond Equipment
MidWeight Waterproof Gloves
Built with hardshell fabric, light insulation and a BDry waterproof insert, the MidWeight Waterproof gloves are perfect for active days in wet conditions. READ MORE
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Built with hardshell fabric, light insulation and a BDry waterproof insert, the MidWeight Waterproof gloves are perfect for active days in wet conditions. Learn More
DescriptionFully waterproof for wearing alone in wet conditions, the Black Diamond MidWeight Waterproof gloves are ideal for ski touring or mountaineering when weather is a guarantee. Waterproof hardshell fabric on the back of hand is paired with a fixed waterproof BDry insert for total weather protection. We also added a touch of PrimaLoft Gold insulation over the back of hand for added warmth when soggy conditions come with a drop in temperature. The full goat leather palm offers a secure grip on poles or tools, and the neoprene cuffs seal out the elements.
- Waterproof hardshell fabric on back of hand
- 100 g fleece lining with 100% waterproof BDry™ insert
- 60 g PrimaLoft® Gold insulation on back of hand
- Full goat leather palm
- Neoprene cuff
- Reflective logo
Weight Per Pair : 102 g (3.6 oz)
Temperature Range : -4/4 ºC (25/40 ºF)
MidWeight Waterproof Gloves is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Eric from Excellent BC touring glove I've had these gloves out a half dozen times in the past two weeks in a wide range of Wasatch conditions, from below zero to rain (sad, I know). Very pleased with their performance as an uphill/downhill glove. Just enough cuff to keep snow and wind out, and they are decent breathers. Not too bulky for zippers and other hand work, warm enough for a 1000ft. decent lap.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by GollyGeebers from Good gloves for day trips. These gloves worked great for the first part of a ski trip. My hands were toasty. Then I built a snow cave that evening and they ultimately got quite soaked. Once they were wet, they never fully dried out, even after hanging them up by a large fire for a couple hours. It's hard to get water in them, but once you do, it's hard to get that water out. This is kind of the eternal dilemma with insulated "waterproof" gear, so I don't think they're faulty gloves, I just don't recommend them for conditions where their waterproofness will be put to a prolonged test. (In that scenario, a solid shell glove + a solid liner glove would have worked way better because, once I got them wet, I could have just pulled them apart and efficiently dried out each piece. I knew that, but this was my first time trying out this material and I was hoping for some magic :) Also a sizing note: The size Large BD liner gloves fit me perfectly, but these gloves seem to run a little small. I can't fully open my hand. If you're close, I'd suggest going a size up.
Date published: 2017-04-22