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Showers Pass glove line

Published January 25, 2013
Showers Pass Crosspoint Gloves

SALT LAKE CITY, UT (BRAIN) — Showers Pass introduced its new line of wet weather cycling gloves at the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market here this week.

The Crosspoint line combines a merino wool liner with an OutDry waterproof membrane. The line includes four models with varying features depending on the conditions. All are designed specifically for cycling.

The OutDry membrane is bonded and directly laminated to the external glove’s shell. Because of this there is no gap between the outer hardshell and inner membrane in which water can become trapped, stagnate and cause unpleasant cold sensations for the wearer.

"Our customers have been asking us for years to make gloves that work as well as our jackets,” said Showers Pass president Kyle Ranson. “We held off until we were confident, our gloves would be the best in the industry. We are thrilled to partner with OutDry in the development of our new Crosspoint glove line for men and women.”

The line will be available in August in Men’s sizes SM-XXL and Women’s Sizes XS-XL.

The four models:

  • Crosspoint Softshell MSRP: $80 Features a full waterproof breathable OutDry membrane, form-fitting shape with knuckle flex for maximum dexterity, strategically placed padding and silicone grip on fingers and palm, reflective trim.
  • Crosspoint Hardshell MSRP: $95 Features OutDry membrane, Merino will liner. Can also be paired with a Crosspoint liner for additional warmth. Perforated anti-slip palm and fingers, with strategically placed padding, reflective trim.
  • Crosspoint Wind Glove MSRP: $45 Features a three-layer windproof, waterproof, breathable Artex material (not seam sealed). Strategically placed padding and silicone grip on fingers and palm, reflective trim, glasses wipe on the thumb.
  • Crosspoint Liner Glove MSRP: $30 Features Touch Screen Technology to allow use with smart phones, reflective logo, silicone grip. Form-fitting deisgn can be work alone or under the Crosspoint Hardshell.

More information: www.showerspass.com.

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