Guide Lite Gloves
- First Ascent
- Water Repellent
- Wind Resistant
Premium, guide-built, lightweight alpine gloves combine supple goatskin leather with stretch nylon for a shell that's durable, weather-resistant, and provides superior dexterity. Lining of acrylic/merino wool delivers extra warmth.
- Goatskin leather palm and fingers: Excellent durability and weather resistance
- Breathable stretch nylon on back of hand: DWR treatment sheds moisture
- Soft, warm jersey lining: Acrylic/merino wool
- Low profile stretch-rib cuff: Snug fit seals out snow, slips easily under jacket cuff
- Nose and goggle wipe on thumb: Soft and non-abasive
- Low-profile webbing clip loop on middle finger: Clip gloves to harness or hang to dry
- Shell leather: goatskin: Shell fabric: 90% nylon/10% spandex: Lining: 70% acryic/30% merino wool
Wear it With
- Yes, I recommend this productMJGender MaleHeight 5'8"Type RegularActivityHikingPros Comfort, Fit, Quality, VersatileConsBest Everyday GloveJan 4, 2021
These are the best gloves for everyday use. I have many gloves for skiing, cycling running. I use these for sledding with kids, hiking, commuting. They are the best. Warm, waterproof, quality and stylish. Because of these gloves I will ship more products at Eddie Bauer.
- DaveBGender MaleHeight 4'10"Type RegularActivityHikingProsConsFitness meter label is true to sizeFit:SmallLargeLove these glovesFeb 18, 2020
I love these gloves. I just bought my second pair and think they're warmer than the first pair. I use them for trail running, hiking and they are also great for cold weather mountain biking.
- Yes, I recommend this productMikeGender MaleHeight 6'3"Type RegularActivityLeisureProsConsFitness meter label is true to sizeFit:SmallLargeGreat everyday gloves--just the right fit and weightFeb 6, 2020
These gloves fit snugly, but not too tight. I have purchased other size L stretch winter gloves that pulled on the seams or wore quickly through fingertips. These appear to be just the fit I like, without seams pulling when used. The leather palms through the fingers should wear well.
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