Moisture ManagementACCU-DRI® is a moisture wicking technology that absorbs and disperses micro-droplets of humidity so that your garments dry more quickly. ACCU-DRI® is a KOMBI proprietary technology.
InsulationULTRALOFT® is a KOMBI proprietary microfibre insulation that provides water-resistant and wind-resistant protection.
Breathability, Waterproofness, Wind protectionKOMBI proprietary WATERGUARD® membrane allows moisture to escape, serves as a barrier to keep snow and water away from your hands and protects them from the wind.
- Product construction
- Care instructions
The Original KOMBI gloves feature high-performance components to keep you warm and comfortable. The WATERGUARD® membrane keeps your hands dry, while the recycled, warm, and breathable microfibre ULTRALOFT® insulation and heat pack pocket guarantee warmth all day long. Thanks to the water-resistant, durable, and breathable textured synthetic leather and ACCU-DRI® 100% recycled fabric with moisture-wicking treatment, these winter gloves for women are perfect for all winter activities, like hiking, snowboarding, and alpine skiing. The Original women’s gloves rank 3 on our warmth level scale.
Water-resistant, durable, and breathable textured fabric
Durable textured synthetic leather
WATERGUARD® waterproof, breathable, and windproof PFC-free membrane
ULTRALOFT® 60% recycled, warm and breathable microfibre insulation
ACCU-DRI® 100% recycled fabric with moisture-wicking treatment - 100% Recycled Polyester
• Heat pack pocket
• Leash emplacement
Gloves and mitts
- Wash gently by hand in water not exceeding 40 °C
- Do not iron or press
- Do not use chlorine bleach
- Tumble dry low temperature
All KOMBI online orders will be shipped via Canada Post.
- Orders over $95 will be shipped free of charge via Canada Post Expedited.
- Orders under $95 will be shipped via Canada Post Expedited. Consumers will be charged at a flat fee of $9.75, to be added automatically to the invoice plus applicable taxes.
Terrible gloves. They got soaking wet the first time I wore them and even after putting them in the dryer for 45 minutes, they were still wet. Stitching started to come off one of the fingers and after 3 days by the wood stove, they are still damp and now they stink as well.