Insulation: SILVER Insulation—low-profile, midwinter warmth from high-loft Fiberfill
OUR MITT AND GLOVE DESIGN IS FOCUSED ON MAKING SNOWBOARDING BETTER IN FOUR MAIN WAYS:
1. Warmth: With new insulation systems designed for different climates of the world_ our first goal in mitt and glove design is warmth. Warm hands are happy hands. 2. Moisture Management: HiPora inserts_ impregnated TechLeather and DWR finishes keep your hands dry by blocking external wetness while letting your hand’s perspiration escape. 3. Dexterity: Starting with our 3D Precurved Fit and creating solutions like the placement of insulation weights_ we create gloves with the ease-of-movement that snowboarding demands. 4. Durability: From the use of tough leathers to double-stitching to seam placement_ we build gloves to last.
SILVER Insulation—low-profile_ midwinter warmth from high-loft Fiberfill:
Powering our everyday models_ this level uses lofty Fiberfill for back-of-thehand warmth and a lighter level of Fiberfill on the palm side.
3D Precurved Fit—anatomically correct for hand comfort:
Hands aren’t flat; they have a natural curve to them. So we “last” our gloves to build them in a 3D shape that matches the hand. To achieve this we tweak the pattern and the length of materials create this 3D shape. With our 3D Precurved Fit, our mitts and gloves feel like an extension of your hand, which means more comfort and more freedom of movement.
HiPora 3000 waterproof insert:
To drive the waterproofing of our mitts and gloves_ we use HiPora waterproof-breathable inserts in nearly every model to keep your hands dry. Dry hand are more comfortable, and more importantly, dry hands are warmer when you spend a lot of time in the backcountry.
Storm-proof zipper for finger freedom
Water-resistant Knitted Cuff
20° F to 50° F (Minus 7° C to 10° C)
Terms of Warranty: All Rome products besides bindings have a 2 year warranty from the original date of purchase. Warranty replacements can themselves be submitted for warranty, provided 2 years has not elapsed from the date of purchase of the first product.