The Auclair Capreol is a well-insulated introductory glove for the middle- or high-school skier. It offers a high-end Amara palm with added cushioning, all at an entry-level price point. The lining is soft and comfortable, and the knit cuff helps to keep cold air out from around the wrist. Its new Pinery glove comes in a variety of fun colours and is also offered as a claw or full mitt. With 70g of Thinsulate insulation, it’s a great glove for colder days. The palm is made of form-fitting Amara material, while the inside liner is made of a brushed soft material, which adds to its optimal fit. The Trillium, a new, more performance-driven glove in Auclair’s Nordic collection, offers a closer fit and features 70g of Thinsulate on its back for warmth. A thinner Amara palm allows closer contact and power transfer from the hand to the pole, while the snug Neoprene wrist cuff keeps cold air out.
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