The Velocity Guide Gloves are a great option for lightweight softshell winter gloves that will become your go to pair of gloves for a multitude of winter activities.
With fitted Matrix™ softshell outer, our new Velocity Guide Glove is built to keep you fast, dextrous and accurate on technical mountain routes and ski mountaineering trips.
Inspired by the European ski tour scene, where control and durability are key, the Velocity Guide Glove delivers the ultimate in touch-sensitive protection. It is built from double-woven Matrix™ nylon with a DWR coating for a highly practical combination of windproofing, weather resistance and moisture management. It also uses a premium cotton-based Bemberg lining, which is light and breathable, with a silky texture that feels great against the skin. Pre-curved for an easy grab, additional ski mountaineering features include an adjustable wrist strap and a resilient goat leather palm with grippy digital overlay. They also include an Airprene pull-on cuff with multiple surface perforations for optimal air and moisture exchange.
At just 115g, our ascent-ready Velocity Guide Glove delivers serious mountain protection without weight, bulk or restricted dexterity.
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Rab's Velocity Guide Gloves are a great addition to your winter kit list this season. These lightweight softshell gloves have reinforced leather palms making them at home gripping anything from ski poles through to ice tools.
The thinner windproof fabric on the backside of the glove allows a great range of motion. The Bemberg lining feels super soft against the skin while still allowing the use of liners inside the glove without causing any bunching of the liners. This combination with the Airprene cuff prevents the build up of sweat around the cuff area making them a comfortable glove for all day adventures.
Rab has even included touch screen compatible pads so you can use your phone while wearing the gloves.
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear