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Description

A mountain glove made by mountain people.

Mmm...the delicious, light powder of the Wasatch mountains. Skiers and snowboarders move from around the world to experience Utah's legendary, bottomless cold smoke. With all that snow comes a coldness that tears at your fingers and hands, unless of course you're wearing the Backcountry Wasatch Glove. This gloves offers the weather protection of waterproof construction, the warmth of insulation and a soft lining, and the toughness and durability of goat leather. We run gear into the ground winter after winter, and we wear this glove—it's guaranteed not to disappoint.

  • Goat leather shell with waterproof construction
  • Superloft insulation at the back of the hand and polyester fleece lining
  • Wrist cinch cuff closure
  • Microsuede nose wipe

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4 5

Quality gloves

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this gloves to work as a deckhand on a sailing boat in Greenland. They are rugged and after working with lines and salty water for a whole week, they remained in good shape.

At one point I wore wool gloves with open finger tips as a base layer, when the temperature dropped (33 F) and I had to be on my four hour shift on the deck at night. It kept my hands really warm then. In order to maintain the leather and to regain water repellence, I recently treated the gloves with wax. They look like new again.

2 5

Odd Thumb Stitching

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

This glove seems warm and is very comfortable...except for the odd fitting thumb. After only reading one review stating that the thumb was stitched wrong amongst many great reviews, I figured the reviewer just had strange anatomy. However, I had the same problem as did my roommate when he tried it on. I am returning this item because this stitching problem limits dexterity and just feels plain awkward. Its a shame because it feels like a great glove otherwise.

Just wanted to know, if I look at the size scale, it tells to measure from the bottom of the wrist, but really, to have the good size, is it right under the hand or a little under? Stupid question, i konw, but the scale is not that very precise...

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Well measuring from the bottom of the wrist gives you a pretty good idea of what size you should be in. If you are in between sizes people generally tend to choose he smaller of the two to ensure good dexterity. You could always try both sizes and then choose which one you want. We will provide a free UPS return label to get one back to us.

5 5

Good quality glove

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Gloves are a bit stouter and larger than pic makes them look. Nice reinforced palm lining. Lots of insulation in back of glove. Strap tightens nicely on wrist and they are longer in the wrist than they look so they'll go under sleeve of jacket or coat. Haven't had chance to cold-test them but I'm sure they'll be just fine!

3 5

This year XL is smaller than 2 years ago

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got one pair 2 years ago. I liked them a lot and order another pair this year of the same size for my son. They were significantly smaller than my original pair - had to return it.

4 5

Simple yet satisfying

Nice hardy glove to use for pretty much anything- winter driving, working and of course skiing. It took me a little time to wear these in but after a week or so they were comfortable. I use them as my back up glove when I'm out touring.

4 5

Warm

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These gloves are very warm. I treated them with nikwax for skiing and they are great. I will say that I got a large as the sizing chart would indicate and I think I should have gotten a medium...

5 5

Warm, good for paragliding

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I needed gloves to keep my fingers warm while soaring my speed wing on cool days. They also need enough dexterity that I can safely handle my wing on the ground. These gloves are perfect.

5 5

Great, warm, thick glove

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have the Stoic version of these, but will add my 2 cents anyway.... I have used the hell out of these over the last 2 years. I treated them a few times with snow seal and they have kept dry well. I have used them for skiing, snowboarding, driving, camping, flipping steaks on a grill, picking up dog crap (and being able to tie a knot in the bag with the gloves on) and just about every other activity that can be done in the cold. They are comfortable, kind of thick (thicker than the Paragons or Forges) and most importantly - warm. Durable as well. No fraying, rips or malfunctions. Just good gloves!

4 5

Quality

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Very impressed with these gloves, they are much higher quality than i expected, and will be ordering more. They held up well on the summit of big sky, and it was in the negatives for the 2 weeks i was there. Still not sure of the longevity, but they seem built to last.

4 5

Strange Fitting Thumb

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Just received my Wasatch gloves. I order two pairs, one in black and one in honey. The quality seems quite good, with high quality leather, well stitched seams, and reinforcements in all the right places. The only odd thing is the fit of the thumb, which is too short and intersects the palm too high up (i.e. closer to the fingers than the natural cradle of the thumb joint). My hope is that with a little wear, they will stretch to accommodate my anatomy. I will post again once I've put in some time with them on the hill.

How does the Wasatch compare to the Marmot...

How does the Wasatch compare to the Marmot Basic Work Glove, the Flylow Ridge (or Goat Ridge), and/or the Blackdiamond Dirt Bag glove?

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All gloves that I am considering as well. Anyone? I can say that the Kinco 901 ski glove is fantastic, but not dexterous enough for some situations.

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Anyone find an answer to this question yet? I am going through the same considerations as above.

4 5

Nice glove

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm a guy who suffers cold hands when the temp falls below 25F, and these have been great. They don't solve all my issues, but are a great glove if one's active. Cuff could be longer, but overall really good. Nice insulation, great leather, soft and provides grip. Warded off frostbite in sub 10F midwest winter so far.

5 5

New go to glove for winter in MN!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Got these after loosing my Dakine gloves from last year. Great overall quality. Temperatures have been hovering around 0 degrees to -20 below with the wind in MN and these have kept my paws warm. Have played hockey outside a few times with them on and changed a flat tire and they are worth their weight in gold. Would recommend to anyone that is active during the winter months and looking for an all around glove that performs well no matter the situation.

4 5

Awesome glove for the money

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'm constantly amazed at how warm polyester lining is...this glove is great. I'm using this as my primary ski glove (size small, I have a "size 9" hand). Pretty decent item for the price.

Pros: Articulation of the fingers is perfect, warmth. solid construction (palm reinforcement is bomber), nice soft leather. Minimal frills is a plus.

Cons: None seen yet, but maybe this weekend will test how low (in temps, single digits expected) these will go to keep my hands warm. There seems to be a little adjusting of the cuff needed after slipping my hands in. Maybe that will subside after break in. The cinch pull doesn't work all that well at first, maybe that will change with some wear (really a non-issue).

(Description says these have a snot wiper, they don't....hopefully that's not a deal breaker.)

Looks a lot like the Stoic Duke. How do...

Looks a lot like the Stoic Duke. How do they compare?

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Agreed, also wondering about this... Had a pair of Dukes and loved them, unfortunately one was lost on the highway after filling up, been looking for a replacement with no avail, but these look promising.

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This is the same glove as the Duke, just rebranded.

Whats the difference between this and the...

Whats the difference between this and the Cottonwood?

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You get a velcro wrist closure and some softshell construction in there for more breathability in the Cottonwood.