Montane Black Tundra Glove
Designed for use in the mountains when cold and wet. The Men's Tundra Glove is constructed from 500 Denier nylon, Freeflow Mantle inner waterproof lining, and Dryactiv 2000 pile lining providing a warm, waterproof glove ideal for mountain walking.
- 500 Denier nylon provides a tough outer fabric
- Highly breathable, waterproof Freeflow Mantle inner lining
- Dryactiv 2000 pile lining beds down to the shape of your hand and wicks sweat hard
- Designed, cut and fitted specifically for women
- Pre-curved fingers and thumb for an enhanced fit and dexterity
- Flocked microfleece nose-wipe on thumb
- Roll-top fingertips
- Elasticated wrist for a close fit
- Short gauntlet cuff to prevent heat loss
- Single hand cuff adjustment - slim-line cuff adjuster is quick to release and tighten for no-fuss adjustment
- Finger carabiner loop for storage and easy drying when not in use
- Internal leash loop
MONTANE BLACK TUNDRA GLOVE
Montane has become synonymous with lightweight and breathable clothing and equipment. For over 25 years Montane has worked closely with serious mountain professionals working in hostile conditions across the globe as a proving ground for garment design. From the British Antarctic Survey to British Mountain Rescue Teams. Professionals who demand the toughest credentials from their clothing and equipment choose Montane.
The first to truly push the limits of single layer mountain clothing with the Extreme Smock and then, later realising the true value of windproof clothing, creating the first super packable, windproof and breathable windshirt - the Featherlite Smock. The Featherlite Smock was probably the most functional and innovative piece of windproof garment design since Fridtjof Nansen, whilst planning the first crossing of Greenland over 100 years ago, realised that the windproof properties of a garment were the secret to moving quickly and comfortably in the mountains.
The importance of functionality in garments and packs does not stop at product design alone. Fabric technology is critical to producing the best products, Montane works with the world's leading fabric suppliers to engineer new cutting-edge materials that push the boundaries of what is possible with clothing, equipment and accessories in order to create the lightest, toughest and most functional products available on the market.
Endurance expeditions and athletes are critical in the development of our garment designs ensuring Montane clothing is fit for purpose. They are our reason to be critical within our design processes. From unsupported ventures to the North Pole, smash and grab route attempts on the North Face of the Eiger to high profile scientific work in the high Arctic. All of these athletes help Montane develop clothing that will withstand the harshest of conditions both physiologically and environmentally.
Where are the contemporary limits of endurance? They are in ultras. Imagine this: you've run 256 miles across the frozen Canadian Yukon. You've experienced consistent -30C and felt the low of -40C, you're cold and alone and you still have 174 miles to go to the finish line....stay focused. In July you've run 60 miles of toughest trails in the British Lake District, some of the cruellest terrain underfoot in Europe. You've just left the warmth of a friendly checkpoint and as you step out into the cold pouring rain, peer into the darkness and contemplate the terrain ahead, you realise you have 40 miles left until the finish line. From the Montane Yukon Arctic Ultra to the Montane Lakeland 100, this is one of the main areas where we believe endurance is being tested to the absolute limit and where Montane products thrive.