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aperçu PLUSGant léger, respirant et résistant à l’usure idéal pour la falaise, l’assurage ou la via ferrata.
Bénéficie de la livraison gratuite à partir de 100 EUR d’achat
Livraison sous 4 jours ouvrés
DescriptionsGant léger, respirant et résistant à l’usure idéal pour la falaise, l’assurage ou la via ferrata.
- Tissu en maille filet extensible et respirante et rembourrage aux jointures
- Paume en synthétique aspect cuir et doigts avec index et pouce renforcés pour plus de résistance à l‘usure
- Fermeture de manchette par velcro et clip d’attache
- Certifié CE Normes EN 420 et EN 388
How-to Video: Fitting Black Diamond Gloves and Mitts
VIDEO PROFILE: BD athlete Barbara Zangerl climbing Super Cirill (8a) near Ticino, Switzerland
Crag Gloves - Past Season est évalué de 5 de 38.
Rated 5 de 5 de Sean par Comfortable well fitting synthetic glove For those of us who have large hands, you know how difficult it can be to find a comfortable well fitting glove. For me this is it. The Crag gloves fit nicely, enough width around the palm and snug in the fingers without too much length. My hand is 10" in diameter around the palm and 8" from wrist to tip of the middle finger and the XL gloves fit nicely. The gloves are durable as well. I use them for belay and rope work, and after 15+ high speed belays on a tyolian they show no sign or wear...just a little dirty. All in all the synthetic leather works well, breathes nicely, and is durable
Date de publication: 2016-02-07
Rated 2 de 5 de Brian par Careful about the sizing! I used the sizing chart on the homepage to select the size. My measurements being somewhere on the border between size S and M (about 21-22 cm) I selected the size M, but the glove is at least one if not two sizes too small! The fingers are at least 1 cm too short and the fit is okay but on the tight side. Normally I use size 9.5 or 10, but my measurements suggested otherwise so I trusted the sizing chart. Do not trust the sizing chart! I'm thinking about selling them or maybe cutting the fingertips of and converting them to an open finger design.
Date de publication: 2017-08-21
Rated 2 de 5 de TetonMG par Poor Durability I've owned several pairs of these over the years. Last pair got me through a full season of guiding in the Tetons. New pair this year lasted one trip in the mountains. I buy them because they are relatively durable (usually), light, and provide a good amount of warmth-dexterity ratio. This past pair didn't meet this criteria. At least they are still affordable.
Date de publication: 2019-07-29
Rated 2 de 5 de Jude par fingers too short! I tried to follow the instructions for measuring my hands for the gloves. Unfortunately this does not take into account your finger size! And they are too short... which means I cannot properly use the gloves. Maybe they can add the internal length of the fingers (I don't have particularly long fingers!) so people can avoid this.
Date de publication: 2018-10-17
Rated 5 de 5 de MrBing par Great for cycling! I haven't used these on belay yet but they've recently become my favorite cycling glove. The padded palm and the way the fingers are seamed make these perfect for MTB. These aren't the absolute nicest gloves I've ever had but they are the absolute best value. For $20 they beat most MTB gloves up to $40.
Date de publication: 2018-10-08
Rated 5 de 5 de Cyril par Good light duty belay glove! These are lightweight and not too hot as a versatile belay glove. They seem to breath better than some others I have had. They are good for rope handling but don't expect them to last forever as they are not a heavy duty "beast" work glove. For the price I can afford to buy another pair when I wear these out. I have used a number of other gloves but these are now the pair that hangs on my harness on a day to day basis. They also look pretty good to boot.
Date de publication: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 de 5 de Jonah par Amazing Performance for Price I have had these gloves for about two years. I originally bought them for via ferratas that I was doing in Europe, but have since used them for belaying, spelunking, nordic skiing, and general chilly weather. I've never been pricked on the wires or burned by a rope. Every time they start to show some wear, I toss them in the wash and they come out looking great. When these totally wear out, I'll be buying another pair.
Date de publication: 2017-01-31
Rated 4 de 5 de Eric par durable & comfortable As a K9 Search and Rescue handler, I purchased these gloves to keep my hands protected from berry bushes, poison oak, brush and friction burns from the trailing lead, They are sturdy enough to take abuse, the mesh back keeps them cool and I still have a good feel for the line. If they work to reel in my lab, they should work well for your belay. Only down side, they do take a while to dry.
Date de publication: 2015-01-05