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Building on the popularity of the G Comp Wind, the G Comp Warm adds extra protection with the special Warmit’N a lightweight overmitt with a ripstop nylon shell and PrimaLoft Gold 40 g/m2 insulation for a high level of defense from the wind and cold. The Warmit’N stows away in a sleeve on the wrist when not in use. Simply pull it out and over (the palm remains exposed for grip and dexterity) when the fingers need more protection.
Originally designed for competitive ski mountaineering, the concept of the stow-away Warmit’N has attracted users in every kind of cold-weather aerobic activity. The base glove is designed to provide the right level of protection without overheating during normal use. The addition of the Warmit’N gives a level of versatility that other gloves simply cannot achieve. The palms are constructed from durable synthetic materials to handle the wear and tear of activities like ski mountaineering where they withstand hard poling and fast work with bindings and skins. Grip’R pads on the thumb, index fingertip and palm assist with grip, dexterity and fine motor control, and reinforcements between the thumb and index finger ensure durability at this common failure point.
The G Comp Wind is the ultimate glove for ski mountaineering races, spring ski tours and cold-weather aerobics in general. The glove is constructed from soft, dexterous, breathable Lycra for great comfort and temperature regulation when on the move. For pre-dawn starts and alpine ridges where the fingers need more protection simply pull out the hidden Windmit’N. The coated ripstop nylon Windmit’N covers the fingers and thumb while leaving the palm exposed for good grip. Grip’R pads on the thumb, index fingertip and palm assist with grip, dexterity and fine motor control, and reinforcements between the thumb and index finger ensure durability at this common failure point.
The G Lite Wind uses the stretch fleece of the regular G Lite with the addition of a windproof membrane and Grip’R patches on the thumb, middle and pointer fingers. Surprisingly warm on chilly days.
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