Outdoor Research Crave Gloves

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Even after a long day in the snow, if you’re wearing the outdoor Research Crave Gloves, you’ll still be pinning for powder. The Crave is built with the waterproof protection of a Ventia™ insert, the supple dexterity of all-leather construction, and constructed with FlexAction™ articulation that matches your hand position while in action. The Crave Gloves are the ultimate in under-cuff comfort.

Product Details


Ventia Dry™ waterproof construction with breathability allowing body vapor and moisture to escape

Waterproof/breathable Ventia™ insert

All-Leather construction; ripstop lined gauntlet

Reinforced Leather panel on palm wraps around pole-strap path.

Best Use

Skiing and snowboarding

Target comfort range: -5°to 25°F (-21° to -4°C)


EnduraLoft™ insulation: 340g on back of hand, 200g on palm, 133g on gauntlet

Smooth Tricot lining


FlexAction™ wrist articulation matches the natural, active-hand position while skiing.

Soft nose wipe on thumb

Hook/loop tab gauntlet closure; fits under jacket cuff


  • Material: Leather
  • Insulation: Synthetic
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime



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Outdoor Research Crave Gloves

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Stylish, Warm and Comfortable


from Chicago, IL

About Me High-end shopper, Practical

Verified Buyer


  • Doubles As A Boxing Glove
  • Dry
  • Stylish
  • Warm


  • Limited Range Of Motion

Best Uses

  • Cold Weather
  • Commuting
  • Rainy Weather
  • Winter cycling

Comments about Outdoor Research Crave Gloves:

We've only had a few days in Chicago this fall when the mercury has hit the 20's but I can tell these gloves will take me to 20 degrees and below while commuting by bike. I purchased a "small" pair after reading the "medium" left too much space in the finger tips (which is actually ideal when it is cold, more space for trapped heat). The "small" still has extra space in the fingertips but I don't have full range of motion for my hand to spread fully out. Overall, they fit comfortably and I expect the leather to stretch a bit to allow increased range of motion.

  • Sizing:
  • Feels too small
  • Gear Usage:
  • Cold Weather Living
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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