The Quick Wick
Runners know that gloves are a shoulder season essential - we’ll wear shorts long before we retire our gloves to the back of our drawers. This lightweight Merino wool offering is designed for cool, not-yet-warm days and features an eco-dry finish to protect against late winter, early spring mess.
These single-layer merino gloves provide lightweight warmth and extra protection against precipitation thanks to the water-repellant and PFC-free eco-dry finish.
Touch pads on the thumb and pointer finger make it easy to use a smartphone without removing. Hidden magnets on the cuffs keep them together when not in use.
89% Merino, 11% Nylon, 170gsm, 17.5 Micron
Machine Wash Cold
Delicate Cycle with Like Colors
Do Not Bleach
In Vermont, they say there are five seasons: spring, summer, fall, winter and mud – when thawing snowmelt turns dirt roads and trails into a soggy mess. While it may not have achieved “season status” everywhere, that wet, mushy period between deep winter and early spring is a fact of life for many runners. We spend it leaping over slush puddles in old trainers that we don’t mind getting dirty. It’s the physical in-between. It’s the thaw. Inspired by this gloriously messy season, we updated our training staples to handle some serious splashes.