These gloves are MADE to do grabs, handplants and hold onto rope tows. The grippy palms will help you to progress your grabs, while the durability will let you try over and over and over and over again.
Stretch Shell With 4-way stretch engineered into the construction of the fabric, Armada's stretch shell fabric offers excellent mobility and provides performance with the DWR-treated surface and waterproof coating.
Hard shell Armada's shell fabrics are treated with a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) to repel moisture on the surface and coated or laminate with a waterproof, breathable barrier on the inside of the fabric.
GORE-TEX® Waterproof / Breathable Insert with X-Trafit™ Technology GORE-TEX® gloves with X-Trafit™ technology are ideal for any situation where high tactility and complete weatherproofing are required. This combination provides a big advantage for both backcountry situations and park performance, and makes it a natural choice for Armada. The technology enhances grip by bonding the normally loose layers of the glove together in key areas like the fingertips and the palm while leaving the rest of the glove soft and flexible. The end result makes it much easier to handle your zipper, grip your poles and nail the grab.
Micro Grid 180 g The high pile structure of the fabric is engineered to excel in breathability, wicking away moisture from the skin and adding low bulk warmth.
High Pile Fleece 330g The high pile structure enhances the comfort with its soft feel and increases the warmth of the glove by trapping warm air in its fibers.
Synthetic Suede Provides good durability and grip and as a result is usually paired with Silly Prints. Which brings us to...
Silly Prints The Silliest of the elements, Silicon, in prints that deliver graphics along with exception grip
Lazy Fingers Lazy fingers is a design that incorporates the natural curve of your hand into the glove's construction - because you're fingers have enough work to do just trying to stay warm.
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Comments about Armada Delta GORE-TEX® X-TRAFIT Gloves:
My brother and I both got these part way through this winter. We had Neff pipe gloves, but they weren't very warm, and seemed to absorb water. These were significantly better. The grip may have been slightly less, but they were warmer, and more importantly much dryer. I wear a two pairs of liners underneath them (my hands are super sensitive to cold), but my brother has been fine w/o liners.
Two complaints, though. First is price. Almost $60 seemed a little steep. The Neff gloves were only $30ish. But I guess you get what you pay for. And second, the cuff strap on my right strap broke day 1. The whole seam just ripped. They are still tight enough (and return would have been a pain), so I didn't really care. But it was annoying for a brand new pair of gloves.
Other than that, they have been great! I use them all over the mt. In place of my regular gloves because they are that warm and dry.