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FlyLow Gear Ridge Glove

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    Own the deep and cold.

    When you're grabbing onto rocks to keep yourself from getting blown over, crushing empty cans in a parking lot show of strength, or spending the day nose-deep in fresh blower, the rugged and water-repellent pigskin leather Flylow Ridge Glove is down to give 'er hell.

    • Pigskin leather
    • SnoSeal waterproof treatment
    • Elastic cuff
    • Item #FLG001X

    Tech Specs

    Material
    pigskin leather
    Waterproofing
    SnoSeal DWR treatment (triple baked)
    Cuff Style
    undercuff
    Closure
    elastic
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Great Daily Driver Glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    This is my go to glove. It is a great mix of warmth & protection. This glove's sweet spot is from about 25 to 40 degrees, any colder & you probably need a liner, any warmer & you are asking for sweaty palms. But for your average ski day, these things are spot on. Good dexterity, you can do the basics without taking it off, if you have to remove to get something done....easy on, easy off. Finally the cuff is long enough, yet not so bulky that they are an issue under the cuff of your coat. Great glove!

    High Quality - Very Durable

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    These are awesome gloves all-around. I would definitely recommend wearing a liner on colder days, but they are super comfy & have lasted me 2 seasons. Excellent product for the price.

    The best cheap ski glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I've owned these gloves for 3 seasons now, and they're in great shape. The leather does need to be re-treated with snoseal every winter so that they retain their water repellancey, and wind resistant properties. I highly recommend these!

    Not too shabby

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size

    I haven't used them a ton but I grabbed these when my faithful furry friend destroyed one of my other ski gloves recently. I wore these on an awful, windy, ice covered day at Snow Basin. While my pinkies got a tad cold I think just adding some liners and I'd be a-ok. Great gloves for clearing the driveway too!

    great looking glove

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: large

    high quality and very warm. i've used this glove for the past few weeks riding my bike in the winter in chicago and it's a step up from other gloves i've had in a similar price range. it runs a little small. i'm usually between a medium and a large and the large is pretty snug. i also wish that it extended further past my wrist a little bit but overall i'm very happy with this glove

    no so water proof after all

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    hello,

    I have been using the gloves for around a month...firstly I found out that are bake in colorado but produced " with love in china"as well they take plenty of water and the show small signs of decade on the finger even if I have not done any work with them. Not for cold days.

    I am feeding them with grease and cirage because they are beautiful gloves and they are very comfortable...may be I just had higher expectation for 44 euros. I will carry on seeking for The Glove.

    Great Work glove that works for play too

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Great glove for doing it all. This is my everyday mid winter glove. I use it 90% of days. On the colder days I use something a bit warmer and on spring days I use the Flylow Tough Guy Glove that has the fabric backed hand.

    The do-it-all glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: L

    Resort skiing, backcountry, camping, shoveling snow, tossing pallets in cold weather, these gloves do it all. Super durable and inexpensive. You'd be hard pressed to see a resort that doesn't have half of the operations staff wearing these. Recommend wearing with a liner on those extra cold days.

    Purty solid.

    • Fit: True to size

    I was kind of sick and tired of my dear old manpanion hijacking my Kinco gloves, so I surprised him with a pair of these digit shields which I'd say are a step-up from mine dear-old work gloves. They're water-resistant which is awfully nice on those stormy days or when you take a nice, powdery tumble. And they're pretty cozy. He's taken to wearing them for pretty much anything that entails working outside, so he's definitely getting some mileage out of them aside from just wearing them while snowboarding.

    Best glove out there

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Ive had this glove for 3 seasons and still like new. Just put some nikwax to improve the waterproofing and they are good to go. By far best glove out there for 45 bucks. Anywhere between 10 and 50 degrees this glove is ideal.

    Flylow Rocks!

    • Size Bought: Medium

    Got these because I loved my oven mitts so much! These aren't as warm as the oven mitts (mitts are just naturally warmer) but I love the dexterity they provide and are still reasonably warm!

    I will never spend 100 bucks on a pair of gloves that a rip a whole in after one season ever again!

    Awesome gloves

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    So first off, they're 40 bucks and cheaper on sale. They're not for expeditions and they're not $100 gloves, so comparisons to such are kind of silly. They're great everyday gloves, perfect for most days at the resort or in the BC. They're like the old Kinko's I used to get at the hardware store only cooler and they come with notes that tell you to drink beer in em after charging pow all day. What more is there to say!?!?! Great inexpensive leather glove.

    Good Low Cost Option

      If you enjoy the feel of leather gloves and are too lazy to snow seal your own Kincos, these gloves are a very solid option. Previously I had full leather Hestras that cost around $100 and were no better than these. The Hestras fell apart after a few years of use. While I'm not sure how durable these are, they appear they might be more so. They are not the warmest glove out there, but suitable unless you are getting below the low 20s often and dealing with a lot of wind. Thus they are probably better suited to west coast maritime climates. The snow seal job the gloves come with appear pretty solid and kept me very dry during my first test day. You can find Kincos for cheaper that are almost identical as far as I can tell but then you have to snow seal them yourself. Overall, good solid gloves at a good price.

      Just received new gloves

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

      Was excited to get these gloves after sitting through a high school football game in a 29 degree snowstorm, and having my hands so cold it hurt.

      Tried out the new gloves tonight on a hike - 45 minutes in 40 degrees with 10 mph winds, no snow, and my hands are every bit as cold as they were during the football game. They offered me about as much warmth as my $5.99 cloth gloves.

      On the good side, they look nice, but sure are disappointing.

      Good glove good deal

        These are good. A solid comfortable fairly warm and fairly dry glove at a very reasonable price. I own these, 2 pairs of Kinco, and a pair of fancy Pow Vertex gloves. These gloves are more comfortable and much more easy to break in then the Kinco gloves that I assume they were designed to rival. They will soak through on a wet day but as the other reviewers mentioned they will still keep your hands fairly warm and they will dry soft and be ready after an evening of sitting on the vent. I wouldn't describe them as amazing but they are a good, fairly solid, fairly warm, fairly dry glove. Pretty medium all the way around which doesn't sound great but for the price id say they are a great alternative to a 100 dollar pair of gloves.

        Solid + warm pigskin gloves

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        If you're looking more for function than fashion in your gloves, this is a solid winter glove, suitable for skiing/riding or general outdoor activities. It's a bit bulky to use for very technical climbing, though.

        If I remember correctly, these came with an initial coating of Sno Seal, but giving them periodic treatment will really help maintain the water resistance of these gloves.

        I would wear these down to 15F as long as I am moving around. Any colder I would be sticking my hands in pockets or beefing up on the gloves/mittens.

        Hard to beat at the price point.

        Dry and Dexterous

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This the "glove" version of the Flylow Oven Mitten. Super durable, warm, dry and the break in great. I've been using these as my go-to for ski mountaineering missions for the last few springs.

        Are these insulated? Figured they'd be since they're advertised as ski gloves, but nothing in the tech specs says they are. Thx