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A simple, warm, and sturdy glove for countless runs through the resort.
- The palm’s outturned seams provide comfort and an excellent grip for pole plants and building kickers with your avy shovel
- A neoprene cuff helps seal out the snow when it gets deep or when you have to dig down to find a buried ski
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I come from a place called Gloversville.....glove making capitol of the world at one time. These are the best made, best fitting gloves I've ever worn. Use the Hestra sizing measurements...they are exact. I plan on using these for cold weather cross country/backcountry skiing. The wool lining is top quality and should be perfect for this use.
Army Leather Kept Me Warm and Dry on this day
...and it was deep that day.
How good are these gloves on 0- 20 degree...
How good are these gloves on 0- 20 degree days?
They'd do alright in the teens and twenties, but I wouldn't go much below that - for most people. Often cold fingers can be a result of poor circulation or a cold core. Adding an additional layer to your upper body can often help increase blood flow and warmth to the hands and fingers, making a lighter glover possible in colder temperatures. That said, these might be a little cold if you're using them at the resort with periods of rest on the chairlift. Gloves are a fairly subjective experience, and you can always return them to backcountry if they don't meet your needs. Hope this helps!
Not super warm
Certainly not as warm as the Hestra heli. Additionally, these are listed as having a wrist strap and the ones I received did not. The tactile flexibility in these are first rate and warmth wise I would say they would be fine in temps 20 degress and above.