Black Diamond Equipment
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Overview READ MOREDurable, fingerless leather gloves for aid climbing, belaying and rappelling.
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A half-finger leather glove for dexterity-crucial climbing activities such as belaying, aid climbing and jugging. Imported.
- Goat leather
- Reinforced leather palm and knuckle patches with Kevlar® stitching
- Hook-and-loop cuff closure
- CE certified to EN 420 and EN 388 (2142)
Weight Per Pair : 118 g (4.2 oz)
Outdoorgearlab.com - 2013 Editor's Choice
How-to Video: Fitting Black Diamond Gloves and Mitts
Stone Gloves is rated out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Angela Lee from Durable Love these belay gloves - they live on my harness full-time. I almost never belay or rappel without them. I've really put them through the wringer. They're definitely super dirty, but extremely durable and there are no real signs of wear. I am a woman with fairly small hands (#1 camalots are perfect hands for me) and I got a medium. They are slightly baggy, but I sized them bigger so I can slide them easily over my crack gloves. The medium size is perfect for my application.
Date published: 2019-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by gloveguy from Best fingerless gloves on the market I've been buying these for 7+ years and keep coming back to them. I usually use fingerless gloves for work (rope access construction and guiding), a balance of protection and comfort / dexterity. Most gloves I try last me a couple weeks at most and then blow out, these I can usually get through a season (or two) in them. Best work glove I've ever used. They are a little stiff out of the package and take some time to break in, but once they do, oh boy its like I'm not wearing anything. If they feel a little tight out of the packaging, they'll loosen just enough while breaking in. High speed rapping, working with tools, steel cable, ect, they do the job and last. As a side note, using them in adverse weather, rain / wet conditions does cause them to wear out faster and get a bit hard and crusty, but that's to be expected of a leather glove. These still hold up better than any other I've used. Typically I have a beater (or just older) pair for wet days and a newer one for dry). I still use them in winter too over a thin full finger glove (size up for this) like a nitrate dipped work glove. If your buying fingerless gloves that your going to live in, these are the best out there. If you just use them for belay / rapping, buy em and you'll loose them before they wear out.
Date published: 2020-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by Higinio from Super durable I never wear gloves to belay but I bought these to climb in Zion and for those long rappels in Moab and in the summer in general, when I feel I start burning my hands and need to slow down the descend. I was concerned about durability but they proved to be incredibly resilient. They also fit really wellIt would be nice if they had a good system to hang them on your harness, but otherwise the design is excellent.
Date published: 2019-10-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by Nena from Poor fit and good quality The fingers are way to tight compared to the palm size. Good quality and poor fit.
Date published: 2019-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mtn81427 from Thick palm. Well made. Good product. Quality leather, thick wear surface. Should last.
Date published: 2020-05-10