Helvellyn XP Glove

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The Essential Info

Recommended for winter walks and cold days, the Sealskinz Helvellyn XP Glove is a warm and waterproof glove that is still flexible enough to allow for dexterous finger movements, such as tying knots.

Technical Breakdown

  • Fully wind and waterproof
  • Micro-pourous membrane for moisture wicking
  • Flexible synthetic palm for grip and durability
  • Extra internal cuff to keep you warm
  • Precurved fingers which are easy to flex
  • Touchscreen compatible finger and thumb
  • The Full Description

    A medium weight winter glove which, as the name suggests, is both suited to scaling mountains and a walk down the park. Made from fully waterproof, windproof and breathable fabric, your hands are sure to stay dry and protected from the cold weather. The design has an emphasis on durability, so these will last you years - an example of this is the extra synthetic layer on the palm, the part which is most likely to get worn. Sealskinz have also added special points on the index finger and thumb so you can wear these gloves while using a touchscreen. This is a really nifty feature if you hate getting cold hands while texting. You won't have any problems bending your fingers in these either, they aren't as bulky as a lot of other winter gloves, and the fingers have a pre-curved design which allows for better flex.

    Suited to all kinds of winter adventures, these are a warm, supple, high-quality pair of waterproof gloves.


  • Gender: Unisex
  • Outer Lining: 60% Polyester, 40% PU
  • Inner Lining: 100% Polyester
  • Fit: normal/small
  • Contains non textile parts of animal origin: No
  • Item# 5055754405750

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