Rab GORE-TEX Glove Range Product News

The next generation of Rab gloves are here. Working together with GORE-TEX for the first time, we are excited to combine our expertise and experience in building world-class mountain products. Our newly developed GORE-TEX range includes waterproof clothing and accessories built to withstand the most demanding conditions as well as innovative products that blend performance and comfort for everyday use.

During cold winter weather in the mountains, moving quickly and efficiently is crucial to success. In the snow, ice and driving wind, even the most straightforward tasks can become exceptionally difficult and time consuming. Our range of men's and women's gloves offer the warmth, protection and dexterity needed to ensure you can move unhindered through the most extreme conditions. Rab insulated gloves and mittens are available with windproof and waterproof design.

Our collection of gloves engineered with GORE-TEX offer high levels of warmth, protection and dexterity. This range includes highly technical waterproof gloves for dedicated winter mountaineers through as well as comfortable and windproof gloves for everyday use.

Pivot GTX Glove £120 – Women's available

The ultimate winter gauntlet, the Pivot GTX Gloves are designed for technical alpine and ice climbing. Made using GORE-TEX® Active waterproof technology and PrimaLoft® Gold synthetic insulation, these robust and flexible gloves provide superb warmth and wet weather protection on bitterly cold climbs. Standing up to the harshest of conditions, they have extra knuckle protection and reinforced digital leather in high wear areas to increase durability.

Pinnacle GTX Glove £75

The Pinnacle GTX Glove combines waterproof GORE-TEX® waterproof technology with a flexible Matrix™ stretch panel, offering dexterity and protection

Guide 2 GTX Glove £110

Designed for long winter days, the durable yet dexterous nature of the Guide 2 GTX Gloves make them well suited to dedicated winter mountaineers, outdoor professionals and guides. The robust outer uses GORE-TEX® Warm waterproof technology with a supple Pittards® leather palm and digital leather reinforcement. This is combined with PrimaLoft® Gold synthetic insulation and a high pile lining to ensure warmth, dexterity and protection on cold, damp climbs.

Syndicate GTX Glove £120.00

The Syndicate GTX Glove features a separate GORE-TEX® Active waterproof outer, and Matrix™ Nylon for stretch and breathability. The quick-drying fleece liner glove features a conductive index and thumb for use with smartphones, and a silicone print for extra grip.

Alliance GTX Mitt £130

A modular mitt with a protective gauntlet, the Alliance GTX Mitt provides versatility for changeable conditions, and features GORE-TEX® Warm waterproof technology, PrimaLoft® Gold insulation on the back of the hand, and PrimaLoft® Gold Grip Control palm insulation.

Guide Lite GTX Glove £95

Featuring a 3D pre-curved construction for better tool handling, the Guide Light GTX Glove is made with GORE-TEX® Active waterproof technology, and features Stratus insulation throughout.

Fulcrum GTX Glove £90

Made with GORE-TEX Grip waterproof technology, the durable stretch outer and high pre-curve ensure excellent tool handling on more technical routes. The Fulcrum GTX Glove features a mapped 3D construction for high dexterity and suppleness, including PrimaLoft® Gold insulation and a PrimaLoft® Grip Control palm.

Axis Glove £70

Made with a durable GORE-TEX® Infinium outer that is both windproof and water-resistant, the Axis Glove has a leather palm and extra reinforcement in key wear areas.

Infinium Windproof Glove £40 – Women's available

The Infinium Windproof Glove is built with GORE-TEX® Infinium fleece that blocks out wind and retains warmth. Features a suede leather palm and touchscreen compatible finger and thumb tips.

Infinium Windproof Convertible Mitt £40

Made with GORE-TEX® Infinium fleece that blocks out wind and retains warmth, this fold back mitt is a highly versatile piece for adventures out on the hill. The Infinium Windproof Convertible Mitt also features a suede leather palm and touchscreen compatible thumb.

For more information visit Rab

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28 Oct, 2019

What happened to the Outdry gloves they did last year? Best winter climbing gloves I've ever worn!

28 Oct, 2019

I guess now they've started using Gore they can't use Outdry. That's the way the outdoor business works.

I've heard Outdry is particularly good for gloves.

28 Oct, 2019

Such a shame. They are frankly awesome! The lack of taped seams around fingers gives a really decent dexterity and they breathe well.

Odd that this kind of brand monopoly pervades.. Scarpa avoided it when they lined boots with goretex and Outdry in others (I have Outdry boots and they are awesome too)

5 Nov, 2019

I might be wrong on this, but I think Columbia have actually withdrawn licensing of Outdry from other brands in general so that they can keep it as their own proprietary technology. At least that was their intention at one stage though I can't see anything about it online following a quick Google.

5 Nov, 2019

Ah, that's a shame if they have. I'm a real convert :(

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