Adult Mountain Trekking Merino Wool Liner Gloves Trek 500 - grey




₹ 899.00

Adult Mountain Trekking Merino Wool Liner Gloves Trek 500 - grey

Made for
These touchscreen liner gloves deliver up to 3°C of additional warmth thanks to the merino wool fibres (86%). Their diameter of 18.5 microns helps to reduce irritations.
Sizes guide

WarmthMain fabric with a density of 190 g/sqm made of 86% merino wool
Tactile efficiencya conductive material on the thumb & forefinger to be able to use a touch screen
Abrasion resistanceWool yarn sheathed with a polyamide filament to optimise abrasion resistance
DexterityThese fine liner gloves are great for handling small objects
BreathabilityWool knit that allows water vapour to escape so that your hands stay dry
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

What does the dexterity of a glove refer to?
The dexterity of a glove is its ability to handle objects with ease. Our liner gloves have been given a score from 1 to 5 in a laboratory study. The closer the score is to 5, the easier it is to handle objects as if you weren't wearing gloves. In particular, tests were done to measure how easily it is to get a jacket on and open it with these liner gloves.
When worn under hiking gloves, these liner gloves will give you 3°C of additional warmth. This corresponds to the ambient temperature at which 100% of testers felt comfortable. For better protection, we recommend that you wear gloves over the liner glove.
How is usage temperature measured?
All our gloves are laboratory-tested using a thermal hand to determine their level of insulation and minimum temperature rating. The minimum temperatures for use (recommended and limit) are the result of a study carried out with a test panel of 23 walkers exposed to temperatures ranging from 5°C to -20°C and 10 km/h winds. These temperatures are only valid in walking conditions.
How to properly protect your hands from the cold
By applying the layering principle, you can optimise the insulation of your hands. Consequently, by wearing liner gloves in addition to gloves, several air gaps are created around your hands, which provide effective insulation from the cold. To achieve this, the gloves must be big enough not to compress your fingers. This is because the compression slows down the blood flow in the fingers, which prevents them from keeping warm.
How to keep your hands warm with the right clothing
When active, the body generates heat which is preserved thanks to the thermal insulation of your clothing. If the clothing is inadequate, your body cools and the blood flow to the hands and feet drops in order to keep your upper body warm. Your clothing can therefore play a role in keeping your hands warm.
Origin of the wool
We use wool from merino sheep bred on farms in South Africa that do not practise mulesing. We built a partnership with a group of breeders (Konsortium Merino) to guarantee respect for animal welfare and the environment. This means we have full traceability, which allows us to guarantee the origin of the wool. More information:
How to maintain your merino wool liner gloves
We recommend that you machine wash your Merino wool liner gloves at 30°C on a normal cycle, preferably with liquid detergent. Dry them on a flat surface, away from moisture and all sources of heat. This could damage the fibre and make them lose their shape. Never put them in the tumble dryer. For more information:
These gloves do not protect against the spread of viruses or microbes.
Information / Concept / Technology
Main fabric : 86.0% Wool, Main fabric : 10.0% Polyamide, Main fabric : 4.0% Elasthane Yoke : 82.0% Polyester, Yoke : 18.0% Elasthane Patch : 48.0% Polybutylene Terephtalate, Patch : 45.0% Polyester, Patch : 7.0% Elasthane

Product test
Our design team is based at the foot of Mont Blanc, in Haute-Savoie (France). All year round, our designers create and develop products that are appealing, simple, and technologically advanced. These are then ruthlessly tested in the field because we believe that the only way to continually improve is to test the products under the real-life conditions that you will experience.

Stockage tips
Store in a clean and dry place.
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