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Rich and rugged leather, featherweight insulation, and ergonomic grip get the Hestra Ergo Grip Freeride Glove a big, warm thumbs-up. And the neoprene cuff, brushed lining, and wide adjustable hook-and-loop closure get it applause from the rest of the hand, too.

  • Cowhide and goat leather materials provide that inimitable feel and high performance of leather
  • Thermolite insulation adds warmth without weight
  • Ergo grip efficiently uses materials, provides optimal comfort, and lets hand move effortlessly in a natural way
  • Brushed polyester lining feels good and helps conduct excess moisture away from skin
  • Loops keep your gloves together
  • Hook-and-loop closure adjusts for protection at your wrist
  • Neoprene cuff stretches and secures for superfine fit
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Awesome Product

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:Runs small
  • Size Bought: 8

These gloves are fantastic. They are very durable and feel very natural in the hand. They have a great grip and resist water extremely well. I was surprised by how dexterous they are, even with their thick, hearty leather construction. I was able to easily shuffle a deck of cards right out of the packaging while wearing the gloves. The range and ease of motion has only gotten better as I have broken them in.

They are fairly warm but when the temp drops below 10 deg F I tend to reach for some thing a little warmer. Overall I have been very happy with their insulation and warmth. But as another reviewer pointed out, I would have to agree that the insulation does seem to be a bit thin in the fingertips. They also don't seem to like the wind a whole lot, it leaks through in a couple small spots on the seams. The only times I have noticed this though were on days with 40-50 mph winds. So I am not sure that many other gloves would have done better. They are still way too warm for me at any temp around or above 25 deg F.

Overall, very pleased with the construction and performance. This was my first Hestra glove and I will definitely be buying from them again in the distant future, these will last a while.

Measured my hands, but...

  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
  • Fit:Runs small
  • Size Bought: 10

I measured my hands on the Hestra guidelines- 8 in from base of palm to tip of fingers, 10 in circumference, so was stoked to order size 10 and hugely disappointed when my hand and fingers were just a little too beefy to be comfortable in these gloves... The concern was not having any circulation whatsoever. I mean I have pretty big hands but I went by the guidelines, I don't even climb that much will definitely try size 11 in something available Hestra as quality warmth is what your after but my beef is with the sizing (perhaps finger circumference should be added to these measurements to avoid the frustration of having to return a product and wait wait wait for a credit to try and order something that fits)

Enjoying the Spring Ergo's more

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

These are dope, warm. They felt like they were forcing my hand into the claw one to many times, so I'm gonna send em back. Wasn't really feeling them as much as the Spring Ergo's which felt lighter, less forceful, less bulky and just about as warm.



With that being said, nothing comes close to the quality and overall feel of hestra gloves in general.

Enjoying the Spring Ergo's more

Good but not as good as the Vertical Cut

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:Runs small

The gloves are still better than most glove companies out there. But they ran a little small (every hestra glove I have owned I am a 9. Could wear a 10 in these). The fingers are narrow and not as much thermolite fill as older style gloves. Save the money and go with the Vertical Cuts

Good but not as good as the Vertical Cut

Great grip and feel

    I've worn my Ergo grips three times over the past month in varying condition (no skinning), 5 deg F, 15deg F, 27 deg F and my hands were cold on the 5 and 15 deg days, but stayed warm on the 27 deg day. This was my first pair of Hestra gloves after being a life-long mitt wearer and I have to go back to mitts, my hands just get that cold. However, if you have good circulation in your hands these gloves are amazing! They move very well, grip well, stay dry and have wrist straps so you won't lose them when you've got to take your glove off.

    I am experiencing buyer's remorse

      I received the Hestra Ergo Grip Freeride Gloves the other day.

      My first impression of the glove is as follows;

      I measure a size 9 in gloves. I ordered a size 10 based on a previous review, and I concur that these gloves run on the small side.

      Size 10 Finger length is good on my hand, but the circumference is snug on my size 9 hands.

      The quality of the leather seems good, I think they look good, but I am a little worried if the stitching will hold up (only time will tell).

      My biggest complaint is what seems to be a noticeable lack or a decrease of insulation in the fingertip areas.

      I wore the gloves in ~ 21 degree windy weather, and after a few minutes my fingertips were noticeably COLD.

      My first impression is that the gloves are expensive, and I feel that I could have found the same quality for less money in a different brand or type of glove.





      essential gear

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      I have used these extensively this winter from groomers, park to backcountry. They are my go to glove. The fit is tight (size 10), when compared to other hestra styles i have (ie. army leather GTX, the seth morrisons). Warmth and durability have exceeded my expectations. All day backcountry skinning in -15degree temps, the glove dexterity and usability are the best i have experienced.