Outdoor Research Mixalot Gloves

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The award-winning Outdoor Research Mixalot Gloves of days past are making a comeback - this time, with even more refined features and functional details built for the ice, dry, and mixed climber. The Mixalot Gloves won over climbers for their ultra-tactile, single-layer construction that provided a close fit and high sensitivity, so nothing has changed in that regard. Instead, OR focused on the finer details like the sculpted neoprene cuff, protective overlays on critical seams, and a raised heat transfer logo. The Mixalot is the first glove to hit the outdoor market utilizing Pittards Gripster Sheep Leather - commonly used in tactile golf gloves. This palm leather is a mixed tooler's dream, gaining more grip and covering more surface area of the hand when wet from ice, water, or even perspiration. The back of hand still dons a GORE® WINDSTOPPER® soft shell for cold pitches with ice chilled wind. You'll find a new enhanced range of motion via the tool-specific 3-finger articulation, as well as stretch and freedom of moment like you've never felt before. For hard mixed days and challenging ice pitches, reach no further than the Mixalot Gloves.




Outdoor Research Mixalot Gloves Features: 

  • Windproof, Water-Resistant, Breathable
  • Ultra-Tactile: Pittards® Gripster Leather Palm and Overlays
  • Carabiner Loop, Pull-On Loop
  • Sculpted Neoprene Cuffs, Protective Overlays on Critical Seams
  • Hook and Loop Wrist Closure
  • Undercuff Construction
  • Tapered Wrist, Pre-Curved Construction
  • Tool Specific 3-Finger Articulation





  • Fabric :
    • GORE® WINDSTOPPER® soft shell: 94% nylon, 6% spandex
    • face fabric with 100% polyester backer
    • Pittards® Gripster sheep leather palm and overlay
  • Weight: 80g Avg weight per pair for size L


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