Mission Workshop Introduces The Gradient Glove

Versatility, affordability, and style are the three most important traits you should keep in mind when choosing a glove.

The Gradient, which possesses these characteristics, is Mission Workshop‘s most recent collaboration with glove manufacturer Philleywood.

The length has been reduced to just above the wrist from Mission’s classic Strasse series, allowing not only total range of motion for any possible function but also ensuring 3-season use from cold days out in the city to long days cycling or exploring the backcountry.

The Gradient, like Mission’s previous collaborations, is handcrafted in California in numbered batches to create the perfect melding of classic craftsmanship and material technology with practical details to prolong life and equip you for the long haul.

The top of the hand utilizes a Schoeller wb-400 softshell for warmth, breathability, and weather resistance.

The 4-way stretch, water, and wind-repelling textiles are bonded with the highly breathable c_change membrane for adaptability in changing conditions.

It is finished with NanoSphere for extra water and oil repellency.

The palm side is constructed with Pittards WR100X leather for grip comfort and tactile sensitivity.

With the introductory price of $165, the Gradient Glove is a must-have for any outdoor adventurer.

Images courtesy of Mission Workshop

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Leonard Pineda

Leonard loves traveling and experiencing new places and people. He enjoys going on walks and communing with nature. Leonard is also passionate about education and what it can do to conserve the environment.

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