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A feature-laden and tough glove.

The FlyLow Gear Ridge Glove offers the tried and true durability of leather, augmented with a variety of snowsports-specific features for your out-of-bounds explorations.

  • Heat Rac polyester insulation offers maximum cold-weather protection
  • Cowhide leather resists abrasion twice as well as cowhide
  • Full natural SnoSeal beeswax DWR treatment helps resist even the wettest conditions
  • Knit wrist helps seal out cold while fitting easily under a jacket cuff

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4 5

I love these gloves, but

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

This is a great glove, but not for everyone. The insulation is moderate and the glove cuff is short (i.e. snow will creep in if you fall in the pow). This is my go-to glove when I am out touring. I hike in a lighter glove and pull these on for the descent. If you plan to resort ski with these on cold days you may have cold fingers.

4 5

Great for the price

I keep a few pairs of flylow gloves laying around all season. They are great for having in the car, keeping in your pack, riding with. Love the durability and toughness of the leather, though they are not the warmest. Great having two affordable pairs of good looking, tough gloves. It's the Rockies. Duh.

Great for the price
3 5

decent glove for a season

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

bought a pair of these to use as a daily tele glove. good fit, warm enough for most days. sticking on cuff started to come apart after a season of use (30 days). Wish they would have lasted longer. will get another pair next time their on sale. not worth it for $40 if they can't last more than a year.

4 5

go to glove for 80% of the time

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

I've been a patroller for 15 years. Kinco has been my go to and it always requires a can of sno-seal. Nice that the FL comes pre-waxed, but i still put more on as they get abused. I use these on my non-patrol days just to keep the line between personal and professional use. Honestly I think the two (Kinco vs. FL) are indistinguishable, except that the FL glove has an added cool factor. A tough, multi-season investment that works on all but the coldest (or warmest) ski days.

5 5

real money?

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

May be not for some. But $40 and we are now talking a real glove. Be nice if they would make the pattern a little more user friendly/ better fitting. Decent value for a warm mid winter glove. You won't lilely cry too hard if you loose one in th bar later.

3 5

The cuff bums me out

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are super warm and the leather is very durable. The cuff bums me out, its just to tight. It fights to be on the bottom layer of your gear and I dont mean under your jacket, this puppy seeks skin. And for that they stink not figuratively but literally. The cuffs tend to collect sweat more than average, which is kinda gross. Also I like to take my gloves off and these are a little irritating to take on and off. I use them when it is super cold.

4 5

Solid

These leather gloves get the job done. I don't think there is a better glove out there for the price. They will work for skiing and on mountain use, or around town in the back of your rig for shoveling snow/helping a neighbor get unstuck from the snow, and for just about any everyday winter application for the average Joe.

4 5

Solid medium weather gloves

These gloves are simple & solid for skiing Jackson Hole. I would not call these everyday glove, but for 2/3 of the days they do the job. On colder days I rock some burlier Black Diamond gloves. If you don't put sno-seal on these every few months, they absorb some water & wet gloves gloves makes your days not so fun, if you ride everyday it'll happen to ya no matter what. I always try to have extra set of gloves in backcountry pack when I'm riding Teton Pass or Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, you want to be prepared.

These gloves are all weather gloves in general, I use them also when I'm do early or late season backpacking the Greater Teton-Yellowstone region, they don't take up a lot of weight when you are on the trail. They are nice on the rainy or colder mornings and/or nights.

Lastly, I would recommend taking a sharpie & putting your last name/initials on theses gloves, because all my buddies in Jackson for the most part have these gloves as well & you don't grab you buddy's gloves by accident. I've seen it happen more than once.

These are great gloves for the money, plus everything on bc.com has lifetime warranty so you have nothing to lose. If they tear on you, send them back to bc.com you get a replacement pair or money back.

4 5

As good as any

Pretty much the same thing as a Kinco but already treated, about the same price on pro deal too. I have two pairs (one Ridge full leather, one TGG 1/2 leather), one beater pair and a good pair. Ropework has worn the beater pair down and is no longer as waterproof, and it also has some lacerations from ski edges, but that will happen to any glove. They arn't perfect, but these gloves are as good as any.

4 5

great look

Good gloves for a good price. Leather has stood up to a lot!
They are good for days around zero, or a max of -10*C, anything colder than that and you really feel it.
My only issue is that the stitching has come loose on my right thumb seem.

4 5

Great Gloves

Gloves are correct size and fit. Quality is good and the leather seems really tough. I ran them under the kitchen sink to see how waterproof they are and nothing came through. I would not wear these on sub zero days as I don't think the insulation could handle those temps. Overall great glove.

4 5

Solid work and ski gloves

I bought these gloves for my long work days at the mountain, (lift operator) and I am pretty happy with them. They are durable and rugged and love the natural leather on them. I have always struggled with circulation in my hands and these proved to not be warm enough on colder days. I have to tuck my hands into a ball after a run or two. They also stiffen up when they gt cold and when your hands have come in contact with the snow. But for the price they are a great buy and I still really like them as my liftie gloves.

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I agree, not the warmest. When it gets real cold I go to a pair of BD mittens

5 5

Nice gloves

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

Nice grip, not too bulky but still warm. Good winter gloves for outdoor activities. I have smaller hands (in between a medium and large), but went with the medium and they are a good fit. Medium gloves usually fit my fingers but are too narrow for my hands, but these fit well.

5 5

Warm, Dry, Durable

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

These gloves are great. Rugged exterior allows you to do almost anything. Soft warm insulation keeps your hands warm. Liner is not bulky at all. These gloves have great dexterity. Great glove for doing anything in the winter.

4 5

Solid,...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The glove is is simple & tough, but if you buy it on bc.com, you warrantied for life. It may eventually fall apart, but YOU WILL get you money back if it SNAFUs. That is why I trust bc.com.

5 5

Very durable

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

These are essentially Kinco work gloves, so you know they are tough. I basically have the same Kinco work glove but without the cuff to ski with. The added cuff is great and they came with a snow seal baked in so I'm set for this season. With the cuff, these easily fit under my jacket, and keep me very warm.

3 5

Are those this years gloves?

  • Gender: Male

I like Flylow. I am a dedicated user of Flylow. Love the pants, jackets, and the camper belt has a bottle opener- I mean, come on! Flylow rules.
That said, this years Ridge glove, and Tough Guy glove are both substandard for a Flylow product. The gloves this year are thinner, and the cuff is also much tighter, which makes for difficult off/on again-throughout-the-day use.
So no, I'm not as stoked on these gloves anymore.

5 5

Sizing Chart to fit those paws of yours

  • Gender: Male

Sorry we don't have any sizing chart on the gloves. I found a good sizing chart on another site tho. Check it out. http://www.powder7.com/flylow-gloves-size-chart/sizing-guide

3 5

They're more expensive Kincos.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Kinco makes these for Flylow, and Flylow rebrands them.

Go to the hardware store, buy a pair of Kincos for $12, buy Snoseal for $3 - bake them yourself.

The only other edge Kinco has, is they reinforce their palms and fingers with an extra layer of pigskin - the Flylow version doesn't have this.

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