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Outdoor Research Kodiak Gore-Tex Gloves (EWDG), Black, surplus

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Here’s a pair of proper good water-resistant and warm winter gloves. Perfect for snowmobile riding, shoveling your yard, arctic canoeing, hiking in a sleety wonderland, and wherever you need thick fingered gloves. They come with a Gore-Tex outer glove and a warm liner glove. Unless you buy the version that doesn’t include the lining. Luckily we were nice and separated them so you get what you want.

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Outdoor Research Kodiak Gore-Tex Gloves (EWDG), Black, surplus. Shell glove has a Gore-Tex membrane
Outdoor Research Kodiak Gore-Tex Gloves (EWDG), Black, surplus. Warm liner gloves. Some are sold without the lining. Luckily we were nice and separated them so you get what you want.
Outdoor Research Kodiak Gore-Tex Gloves (EWDG), Black, surplus. The liner glove has a pocket for a hand warmer.
Outdoor Research Kodiak Gore-Tex Gloves (EWDG), Black, surplus.
Outdoor Research Kodiak Gore-Tex Gloves (EWDG), Black, surplus. The gloves have detachable wrist straps.

Here’s a pair of proper good water-resistant and warm winter gloves. Perfect for snowmobile riding, shoveling your yard, arctic canoeing, hiking in a sleety wonderland, and wherever you need thick fingered gloves. They come with a Gore-Tex outer glove and a warm liner glove. Unless you buy the version that doesn’t include the lining. Luckily we were nice and separated them so you get what you want.

Features

The cuff is long and it comes with a hook & loop adjustment, so the hostile wind and blizzard stay outside. There is also a hook & loop adjustment at the back of the hand to improve the fit. The liner has a loop for hanging the glove to dry. The palm/finger part is reinforced and grippy.

The outer glove has the genuine Gore-Tex membrane, so these are quite nice for wet and cold activities as well, such as canoeing at the end of the season. Know that with the liner these are quite thick. So, don’t dream of playing the lute or Instagramming with these on. But arm wrestling, giving the world the finger, and handling shovels, paddles, and such is fine and dandy.

It is worth saying that winter gloves are always some kinda compromise. For Ragnarök winters, the best choice is a pair of thick mittens. They will keep you warm but boxing is probably the most dexterous thing you can do with them. If you need to diffuse bombs or write deep love poems, you should do it with bare hands and suffer for a while.

Materials

The outer glove is made from 62% Nylon/PTFE, 30% polyester, and 8% rubber-coated Nylon. The materials of the liner glove aren’t given but they are bound to be some sort of synthetic super-troglodite.

Sizing

Simple sizes are given for these and they are pretty accurate as long as you use the gloves with the liner. If you buy the ones that don’t come with a liner or you plan on using yours without the liner for some reason, buy one size smaller.

Condition

Quite nicely used US military surplus. Can have some surface dust and dirt but that won’t affect usability. These are meant for active use and not for formal dinner parties. It is impossible to check the condition of the Gore-Tex membrane of every single glove. However, these aren’t abused so they should be ok. Authentic lined GT gloves cost a pretty penny, so this isn’t a crappy deal as we say here in Finland when we want to praise something.

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