Hyperlite™ All Weather™

Ultra-thin weatherproof glove.
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SHELL: Hyperlite™
PALM: Quartz palm patch
FEATURES: Form-fit next to skin fit. Wicking lining. Lycra cuff.

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10 years. SAME PAIR.
I've had these gloves for 10 years now......the same pair. Originally bought them to use for shooting/range/field gloves when I was with the marine corps and theyve been on two deployments. but since then have used them for both cycling and running. They are great and really have no weaknesses. Their quality and durability is insane. And my only criticism would be that they aren't an extreme cold weather glove. They're good in the snow for about an our or so but after that, if you aren't being active and keeping body heat up they aren't insulated enough. Other than that they're the best glove I've ever owned.
No freys in the stitching or fingers
These have been USED AND ABUSED. can't even tell.
March 1, 2018
great for work
my son loves them for his job of cable tv wiring keeps his hands warm without losing dexterity
January 13, 2016
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I purchased a pair of Original All Weather to replace the left glove I lost last year.  The Original All Weathers are considerably heavier than the ones I had.  Would that be the Hyperlites?  The only mark is #14 on the Made in China tab.
A shopper on Dec 22, 2017

It could be that the ones you had were the Hyperlites, they would be the only full-glove lighter than the original All Weather. Can you attach a picture? Anything lighter than the Hyperlites though would probably be a glove liner.