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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

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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.


    Killer gloves

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    These are great lightweight warmer condition gloves. Once temps are below 25-30 or so, I go to something warmer.


    These will do the trick

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I was caught in some unexpected drenching rain once and the gloves became completely soaked and still kept my hands surprisingly warm. They also recovered nicely from that. They are very warm and pretty versatile. I love the green color. I'm giving it a four because I would change one thing-the bulkiness of the fingertips caused me to remove the gloves from time to time to deal with snaps or other fine motor activities. Other than that they are great.


    Great winter sports and work glove

    • Gender:Male
    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I used these gloves for skiing in the northeast during this very snowy and sometimes cold winter. These gloves are as warm as other gloves I have used, which means they are good to about 15 degrees. Colder than that, and I switch to mittens.

    I struggled with figuring out the right size. It wasn't clear to me exactly where on the wrist to measure down to. I think the right measurement was between 7.25-7.5. I bought the smalls. They started tight, but the leather stretches just a bit and the fit is just right. As a result, I would say these gloves run pretty true to the size chart.

    As for durability, these gloves took a beating with all the snow we had this year. Tons of shoveling, snowplowing, ice removal, etc. After a couple week breaking in period, I can now say that these are more dextrous than I expected (with the caveat that they are leather gloves with a liner!).

    Last point, in case this is news to some. These are pigskin, which means they dry soft. So, they may get a little wet, but they are always dry and soft the next day!

    Love these gloves.


    Great Glove

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    This glove is great to about 20 degrees F. Leather is soft giving you great dexterity.


    No Sno Seal on Colored Versions

      The denim and the moss versions of these gloves are not triple baked in Sno Seal. Only the natural and the tan are. My wife just received a pair of the denim yesterday and we noticed that they didn't seem to have the same oily finish as my tan Ridge gloves. I emailed FlyLow and their response was that with this being the first year that they've made the colored versions, they weren't prepared to bake them in Sno Seal yet. They do have a waterproofing treatment on them and they do come with a packet of Nik-wax that you can apply yourself, but just a heads up for anyone buying Denim or Moss, you're not getting gloves baked in Sno Seal, as advertised. I do love these gloves...just wish that detail had been pointed out here and especially on the FlyLow website.


      Warm... Almost Too Warm

      • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      I gave these to my roommate for Christmas to use while skiing and he loves them. They are super waterproof, with a nice true leather rugged look and feel to them. His only complaint was that on warm days he would have to take them off on the chairlift because they would be far too hot. In other words, they are guaranteed to keep your fingers toasty and warm. They also run true to size as well.

      Hmmm...I've used these for a season and would have to disagree on the waterproof comment. I thought that despite the fact these gloves have been treated, the leather gets soaked through wet pretty easily. I even added my own treatment and it didn't really help.

      As to warmth, these are lightly lined basic leather gloves. They aren't really designed for serious warmth, and don't provide it.

      Overall, these are a good $40 insulated leather glove. I would buy again - but people considering these should not assume huge warmth or waterproofness.


      Bomb Proof

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      Look like you stole a pair of your grandmothers garden gloves without losing any fingers in the process. Warm, durable and yep, you guessed it...bomb proof.

      Bomb Proof

      the best!

      • Familiarity:I've used it several times

      bought these gloves to head to the slopes with me, they keep my hands warm and dry. sizing is true to size.


      fit just right

        Moved snow in these for 10 hours straight. Kept my hands warm and dry. Not the most dexterous gloves out there, but if you are using shovels or rakes these will do the trick. Just a note that the sno seal will wear off so you'll have to reapply it every so often.

        My hand measured 7.75 inches and the L fit great.


        Great gloves. Great gloves. Great gloves

          The Ridge gloves are perfect for every thing,warm and water resistant. With all the snow seal dirt and grime wipes off and keeps them looking good.

          Just as good for digging out a truck or a ski.

          The fit chart was spot on.


          Kick Ass

          • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

          These gloves kick ass. Inexpensive, for ski gloves, super comfortable, and they only get better with age.