Norrona Trollveggen Gore-Tex Gloves

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These rugged gloves are made for demanding alpine climbing but work perfectly for all-season mountaineering adventures and expeditions. 

They are made with a Cordura ripstop fabric for excellent durability, a premium wool liner for warmth and breathability, Pittard goat skin for grip and comfort, and a GORE-TEX® insert to ensure total wind and waterproofness.

The face fabric is a highly durable woven 30D recycled Nylon Cordura fabric. The liner is made in a low weight (135g/m2) mix (47% Merino Wool/33% recycled Polyester/20%) which ensures great moisture transportation, excellent temperature regulation, natural odor resistance, and superb hand feel. Long-lasting Pittards Armortan goat leather in the palm and fingers gives great grip, and the Gore-Tex insert provides total waterproofness. 

Key features include: Pulling strap in the cuff, elastic one hand closure system, lightweight wrist tightening, and elastic gloves leash.

The gloves are medium long.


  • Weight 182 gr.
  • Style no: 1614-19
  • Articulated fingers
  • Cuff pulltab
  • Goat leather palm
  • Glove pair buckle
  • Glove hand leash
  • Shell glove
  • Taped seams


  • GORE-TEX® Grip Technology
  • GORE-TEX® Gloves Technology
  • PrimaLoft™ Gold 130 g


  • Oeko-Tex Certified Fabric
  • PFC Free DWR
  • Bluesign Certified Fabric
  • Open Factory List

Measurements are in cm

 Measures  XS  S  M  L  XL
 Hand Circumference  14-15  16-17  18-19  20-21  22-24
 Hand Length  13-15  15-16  17-19  19-20  21-22

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