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Get a warm, tough grip.

When climbing high in the backcountry, pull on the Hestra Army Leather Ascent Glove for a comfy, grippy ascent and downhill warmth and comfort. This rugged beauty is made from impregnated army goat leather for an unmatched feel and sensitivity. Tough Cordura stretch covers the knuckles and kangaroo leather reinforcement add extra burly protection. The removable wool liner provides low-profile, non-bulky insulation when you need it. And a sleek neoprene cuff with hook-and-loop closure seal out the cold and wet. This glove is so accommodating, it puts the seams on the exterior for maximum comfort. 

  • Impregnated army goat leather
  • Cordura stretch over knuckles
  • Kangaroo leather reinforcement
  • Removable wool terry or pile liner
  • Outseams
  • Neoprene undercuff
  • Hestra handcuffs
  • Metal eyelet
  • Hook-and-loop closure

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I have the ergo grip size 9, that fits good also with liners. Now I would like to buy the army leather ascent for colder weather. One question: is the fit the same for these two gloves or should I consider that the "army" has looser/tighter fitting?

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I have a couple pairs of Hestra mitts/gloves and their sizing is pretty consistent. I also wear a size 9.

5 5

Bomber and a bag of chips

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These gloves are amazing. Fit, dexterity, warmth, versatility: they've got it all. I can resort ski in them on super cold days and take out the liner to tour in them. I'm super impressed and would recommend them to anyone. That said, the price is steep. I got mine through the outlet section (I think someone returned them). If not for that, I'd probably be rocking some work gloves coated with snoseal.

5 5

Solid well made !

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

My 4th pair of Hestras. As usual impeccable workmanship. Liners are easy to take in and out. Sizing is right on using the calculator. I am just at top end of size 9, and the size 9 fit "climbing tight". If you like a loose glove then maybe go up a size. Not near as dexterous as the Ergo, but certainly MUCH warmer, and the ink they will be really sweet with a bit of Hestra balm to loosen them up. Should be a really nice cold ( low teens, single digit) climbing glove, and definitely worth a look if you don't mind the Hestra price!

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Hi Ken, I have recently discovered this great brand. I have the ergo grip size 9, now I would like to buy the army leather ascent for colder weather but can't find and try in a store, so I will look for it in internet. One question: is the fit the same for these two gloves or should I consider that the "army" is looser/tighter fitting?

5 5

THE BEST GLOVE EVER

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

When I first tried on a pair of Hestras with the removable wool liner I was at first skeptical because they didn't have the typical super soft feel of Hestra's normal gloves- what they are renowned for. But because other fellow skiers swore by them I gave them a shot, and boy am I glad I did! If you spend a significant amount of time skiing/snowboarding/snowmobiling these gloves are the way to go because the wool liners help regulate the warmth and cold. If your gloves get wet, and I mean really wet, they don't get the penetrating drenched feeling because of the wool.
These gloves are the perfect snowmobile-skiing gloves. You can't avoid your gloves getting wet when snowmobiling but due to the make-up of the durable leather and the wool liner my hands never would get cold! I'm one of those people who always have cold hands and my husband is one of those people whose hands overheat easily, and these gloves work perfectly for both of us. I actually wear a different style of wool-liner Hestra gloves than the pair being sold, but the wool liner makes all the difference and I don't think it matters as much what exact style they are.