EXPOSURE LIGHT GTX by Mountain Hardwear has been designed for the most extreme mountain conditions.
- Membrane: Gore-Tex®
- Water resistance: Yes
- Breathability: Yes
- Insulation: PrimaLoft® Gold
- Fit: Ergonomic
- Weight: 179 g
Construction & Zips:
- Waterproof, windproof and breathable
- Optimal warmth
- Pre-shaped to improve comfort and keep the hands in a natural position
- 4-Way Stretch materials
- Inner layer bonded with Gore Grip technology
- Optimal traction and dexterity
- Reflective loops for attaching the gloves
Fingers / Palm:
- Padded foam fingers
- Nose wiper on the back of the thumb
- Knitted palm
- Fleece back lining for comfort
- Long velcro cuff
- Wrist strap
GORE-TEX® + Gore Grip: Excellent handling. Secure grip.
These gloves provide a feeling of direct grip and great handling. The combination of these benefits is possible through the specific multi-layer construction that attaches the layers together when they are usually separated, preventing slipping on the inside. They allow more precision for optimal handling. You can easily grip poles, handlebars, zips, sunglasses, etc.
4 WAY STRETCH: High elasticity clothing (4 times above average) that adapts to the athlete's movements, and quickly regains its shape.
Dyneema®: Dyneema® is a super-strong fibre made from Ultra-High Molecular Weight polyethylene making it extremely resistant and ideal for heavy loads. This fibre is up to 15 times more resistant than steel and has excellent energy absorption and low elongation properties. It is also extremely resistant to moisture, UV rays and chemicals.
PrimaLoft® Gold: PrimaLoft® Gold is the benchmark for high performance synthetic insulation.
Kevlar®: Best known for its use in resistant armour, Kevlar® is an aramid fibre developed by DuPont™. It is a thermoplastic polymer consisting of aromatic rings which are separated by the amide groups. It is also used in various garments, accessories and equipment to enhance safety and abrasion resistance. It is light, durable and resistant.
This is a synthetic fibre which has excellent tensile properties and a high tensile strength. The toughness of Kevlar comes from its structure of hydrogen bonds held together between polymer chains.
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