Under Armour Threadborne Gloves w/Tread Palm

(3 customer reviews)

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Description

Under Armour Threadborne Gloves are a mid weight glove provides just the warmth you need with an elastic stitch cuffed to block the wind. This is a soft, comfortable glove. Tech Touch print on thumbs and fingers allow use of touch-screen devices.

Features of Under Armour Threadborne Gloves:

-Threadborne fabric construction gives greater stretch & recovery, ultra-soft feel & more breathable performance
-UA Storm finish repels rain & snow without sacrificing breathability
-Tech Touch print on thumbs & fingers allow you to use touch screen devices without taking your gloves off
-Extra soft Speedwipe™ fleece placed on back of index finger & thumb
-Reflective UA logo, taping & print over hood for increased safety & visibility during low-light training
-Extended wrist cuffs for extra warmth & a snug, comfortable fit
-Polyester
-Imported

Ships as a pair of gloves.

Colors:  Black or Gray

Sizing:  Men’s Sizes…Ladies, order a size down
Under Armour Size Chart
Measurement from base of palm to tip of middle finger (inches)
SM 7 to 7-1/4
MED 7 to 7-1/4
LG 7-1/2 to 7-3/4
XL 7-3/4 to 8

3 reviews for Under Armour Threadborne Gloves w/Tread Palm

  1. C. Martens

    Wish they came in women’s size but I am a 5’7″ woman and can wear the men’s medium. It is athletic looking and not too manly. A little stiffer than the Power Stretch which is a very elastic glove but these seem more waterproof, like a shell jacket.

  2. T. Williams

    Have been wearing for three consecutive seasons. Just repurchased because they are the perfect combo of wind protection, dry and good grip. I like the elastic at the wrist to keep wind and cold out. My hands stay warm when I play so I wear these more for a good hold on my paddle when the grip gets wet and slippery in rain or snow. Would recommend and have recommended. Do it.

  3. K. Murphy

    Not insulated. Grip is very good, but I personally need more warmth. Yes, they are water proof or at least resist soaking as the snow falls off due to some way the material is made.

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