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  • GLOVES, UNDERGLOVES, MITTENS HIKING/TREK Trekking - Liner Gloves Trek 500 - Grey FORCLAZ - Trekking
  • GLOVES, UNDERGLOVES, MITTENS HIKING/TREK Trekking - Liner Gloves Trek 500 - Grey FORCLAZ - Trekking
  • GLOVES, UNDERGLOVES, MITTENS HIKING/TREK Trekking - Liner Gloves Trek 500 - Grey FORCLAZ - Trekking
  • GLOVES, UNDERGLOVES, MITTENS HIKING/TREK Trekking - Liner Gloves Trek 500 - Grey FORCLAZ - Trekking
  • GLOVES, UNDERGLOVES, MITTENS HIKING/TREK Trekking - Liner Gloves Trek 500 - Grey FORCLAZ - Trekking
  • GLOVES, UNDERGLOVES, MITTENS HIKING/TREK Trekking - Liner Gloves Trek 500 - Grey FORCLAZ - Trekking
  • GLOVES, UNDERGLOVES, MITTENS HIKING/TREK Trekking - Liner Gloves Trek 500 - Grey FORCLAZ - Trekking
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FORCLAZ Adult Mountain Trekking Merino Wool Liner Gloves Trek 500 - Grey

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Colour : Carbon grey

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Designed by seasoned trekkers, this merino wool liner glove provides extra warmth in cold weather. It can also be worn on its own in cool season. Need a liner glove? Made from 86% wool, this liner glove will give you an additional 3°C of warmth. What’s more, its thumb and index finger are touchscreen-compatible.
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Technical Information

A suitable outfit

When physically active, the body produces heat. This is preserved thanks to the thermal insulation of the outfit. If your clothing is unsuitable, the body will get colder and blood flow to the hands will drop in order to retain heat in the central core. Gloves and clothing must be suitable to keep hands at a comfortable temperature.
If you're unsure about the size, it's always better to opt for a pair of hiking gloves that are slightly too big than too small.

Warmth

This liner glove, worn under a hiking glove, provides you with an additional 3°C of 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 the temperature rating measured?

All our gloves are laboratory-tested using a thermal hand to determine their level of insulation and minimum temperature rating. The temperature ratings (normal and limit) come from 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 when walking.

Dexterity of gloves

The dexterity of a glove is its ability to manipulate objects. Our gloves have been scored in the laboratory on a scale of 1 to 5. The closer the dexterity rating of the glove is to 5, the more you can handle things with the gloves as if they were off. In particular, we tested how easy it is to get a jacket on and open it.

Origin of the wool

We only use wool from Merino sheep bred on farms in South Africa that do not practise mulesing.
We decided to build a partnership with a group of breeders (Konsortium Merino) to guarantee respect for animal welfare and the environment.
We have full traceability which allows us to guarantee the origin of the wool.
More information: https://www.forclaz.fr/merinos-2019-bp_4128

Odour control

Wool from Merino sheep naturally controls the spread of bacteria that cause bad smells. It can therefore be worn
several days in a row and means you can take less clothes when trekking!

How to wash 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 flat. NEVER tumble dry.
For more information:
https://www.forclaz.fr/conseils/comment-laver-mon-tee-shirt-de-trek-en-laine-merinos-tp_1550

Has the rain got inside your liner gloves?

Has the rain got inside your liner gloves? dry them in a dry place but avoid placing them on a heat source. This could damage the fibre and they could lose their shape!

Warning!

These gloves do not protect against the spread of viruses or microbes.

Weight

XS/S: 0.03 kg
M/L: 0.032 kg
XL/2XL: 0.03 kg
3XS/2XS: 0.03 kg

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Composition / advice

Composition
Main fabric
86.00% Wool, 10.00% Polyamide, 04.00% Elasthane
Yoke
82.00% Polyester (PES), 18.00% Elasthane
Patch
45.00% Polyester (PES), 48.00% Polybutylene terephtalate (PBT), 07.00% Elasthane
Care instructions: Hand wash. Cold wash.
Washing instructions
Machine wash - 30° max - gentle
Machine wash - 30° max - gentle
Do not bleach
Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry
Do not tumble dry
Do not iron
Do not iron
Do not dry-clean
Do not dry-clean
Stock advice Store in a clean and dry place.

Our commitments

Test Product Our design team is based at the foot of the Mont-Blanc, in Haute-Savoie (France). All year round, our designers create and develop products that are beautiful, 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.
Guarantee : 2 Years

Product benefits

Abrasion resistance Reinforced palm with additional grip, ideal for use with trekking poles
Warmth Liner glove made from 86% WOOL to provide extra warmth
Tactile efficiency The conductive function on the index finger and thumbs lets you use a smartphone
Dexterity Ability to handle objects with liner gloves on – essential when bivouacking
Breathability Wool knit that lets water vapour escape.

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