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Warmth and dexterity.

The Hestra Czone Mountain 3-Finger Glove provides needed dexterity between the thumb and forefinger as well as the unmatched warmth of a mitten. The goat leather construction gives you a secure grip on your ski pole while the waterproof and breathable Czone insert keeps digits dry and comfortable in tough winter weather.

  • Made with durable goat leather and waterproof Melange Twill for weather protection and dexterity
  • Czone waterproof and breathable insert keeps your hand dry and comfortable in winter storms
  • Fiberfill insulation provides needed warmth on cold days
  • Oil tacky goat leather on the palm provides a secure grip
  • Bemberg lining is soft and warm
  • Snow Lock seals around wrists to keep heat in and snow out
  • Snap Hook clips gloves together when not in use

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Awesome gloves

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 6'2"
    Weight: 175 lbs
    Size Purchased: 9

Use the size chart and you'll get the perfect fit. These are great gloves!!

Are the fingers separated inside by a liner like material or is it one big open cavity so your fingers can pow wow together?


This mitt and the 3 finger heli mitt do not have the divider between the fingers. If you have other questions on mittens or gloves please let me know!

Dan Gates

Expert Gearhead


Does this glove have a band to wrap around your wrists for when you take off your gloves so that they don't fall on the ground?

All of the Hestra Gloves come with those straps. I personally love them, never even thought of them until I bought a pair of Hestra's. I wish they just sold the wrist straps, they make the best ones out there. They are elastic so they dont cut off circulation or anything like that.

Feel free to hit me up at or 801-736-6398.

Best Answer

Of note, Hestra DOES sell just the handcuffs.

I have bought two extra pairs for other gloves I own and had several friends also buy pairs after seeing mine.


Great Glove

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

Super warm, haven't needed liners or handwarmers on the coldest of days, highly recommend!


Good so far

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

Haven't used it much, just once up at Crater Lake. I get cold hands really easily. These are probably overkill for temperatures in the 20s, but as I said, my hands get really cold, and not once did I get the slightest hint of cold. They also have an elastic band which I really like, helps to keep the glove on if you have to take it off for a minute in the wind. Wish I could write more, but limited experience. It seems high quality. I'll update in the future, unless it is discontinued or brought back as a newer model.

Update, about a year later: These things are super warm! Dexterity for anything but the most simple of movement is lacking, although that should be expected with a glove such as this, and therefore should not be reflected in the rating. I do photography in the backcountry, including in winter, when I take these gloves to warm my hands up after the cold wind seems to freeze them. Within minutes my hands are warm again. I will say that I have not been in subzero (I'm not counting windchill) temperatures. However, again, I do photography, which can involve a lot of standing around and not moving, while also requiring only liner gloves for dexterity to operate the camera.


What Polar Vortex?

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

Back to Lobsters after a 30 year absence. I finally got tired at double nickel's of the old cold finger syndrome. Fear not, for in the grip of one of the most awesome Midwest winters in years my Hestra Czones are getting the job done thanks to the good folks at Backcountry.

Like the description says, skiing, shoveling and, well not boarding in my case, but I'm feeling toasty down to -5 and digging (literally) my winter activities.

Wrist "dummy" straps on this fine pair of...

Wrist "dummy" straps on this fine pair of gloves? Thanks in advance!


These do come with idiot cords or dummy straps... however we'd like to call them.

Hope this helps!

Jared D.


800.409.4502 ext 4055

Unanswered Question

Why isn't Backcountry ordering more of...

Why isn't Backcountry ordering more of these for the 2012-2013 ski season? Mid-December seems like an early time to sell out!


The Usual Hestra Excellence

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

I've been skiing in the Hestra Heli Glove for a few seasons now, and decided to upgrade to this model for added warmth--and to more comfortably survive the current cold snap that is gracing the Wasatch. After a few close calls with frostbite in the past two weeks, I ordered the 3-Finger Glove in the hopes that it would maintain the dexterity that I know and love in Hestra products and would serve as a more utilitarian version of a mitten. Mission accomplished! I skied Alta in the glove today with subzero temperatures and a -15 degree wind chill, and was 100% satisfied with the added warmth provided by the burly structure and the 3-finger design. The goat leather on the palm and fingers is durable as ever, and provided plenty of grip and dexterity. I look forward to putting these gloves through the wringer this winter!


Burly Warm Hand keeper thingys

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

I put 300 plus hard days on these and I only got rid of them because the fingers fell completely apart. Well worth the price because they kept may hand warm on the wettest and coldest days on the hill..