Outdoor Research Iluminator Sensor Gloves?

Built to repel wicked weather in high alpine environments, the new tech friendly Illuminator Sensor Gloves provide warmth, weather protection and great dexterity for alpine climbing and snowsports.

The new Illuminator Sensor Gloves are designed for alpine climbing as well as ski touring and backcountry skiing. The eye-catching and practical undercuff design was a request from the younger OR team athletes. The Illuminators are waterproof with their Ventia™ membrane, and PrimaLoft® Silver insulation holds in the heat. Fingers and palm are made of goat leather; thumb and index finger come with a special coating, making them touch-screen compatible. With its pre-curved construction, the Illuminator Sensor Gloves provide supreme tactility for easy movements on the rock and great dexterity when holding ski poles. 

Illuminator Sensor Gloves™, 74 kb
Illuminator Sensor Gloves™, 88 kb


  • Waterproof and wind-resistant
  • Breathable and lightweight
  • Wicking and quick-drying
  • Durable
  • Touch-screen compatible
  • Elasticized wrist
  • Pre-curved construction
  • Undercuff design
  • Tricot lining
  • Soft leather palm
  • Soft nose wipe on thumb
  • Hook and loop wrist closure
  • Removable leash
  • Carabiner loops
  • Pull loops
  • Glove clip
  • Weight: (L, per pair) 165g
  • Sized: XS-XL



Ventia™ insert // 90% nylon, 10% spandex stretch twill laminated shell // Water-resistant goat leather palm // Touch-Screen goat leather thumb and index fingertip // 100% polyester tricot lining on hand, 100% nylon ripstop at cuff // PrimaLoft® Silver Insulation 100% Polyester: 200g at back of hand, 133g at palm

Weight:           165g (Size L)

Sizes:              XS-XL

Colors:           Charcoal/Lemongrass or Black.

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