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Hestra Fall Line Glove

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    Details

    The durable Hestra Fall Line gloves add warmth without bulk.

    Hands rarely get enough love on the mountain, but the Hestra Fall Line Glove will cradle your mitts in water-repellent, impregnated aniline cowhide and a soft polyester lining, making them feel like a punishing day on the hill is actually a relaxing beach vacation. The Fall Line uses low-profile synthetic fiberfill insulation to keep your paws warm without sacrificing the dexterity provided by the supple leather exterior. Add in comfortable external seams and a neoprene cuff with hook-and-loop closure, and the Fall Line is the perfect combination of warmth, dexterity, durability, and comfort for a day (or season) of tearing up the mountain.

    • Water-repellent impregnated aniline cowhide
    • Soft polyester lining
    • Synthetic fiberfill insulation
    • External seams
    • Neoprene cuff
    • Hook-and-loop cuff closure
    • Item #HES0161

    Tech Specs

    Material
    impregnated aniline cowhide
    Insulation
    fiberfill
    Waterproofing
    impregnated cowhide
    Cuff Style
    undercuff
    Closure
    hook and loop
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    The Ferrari of ski gloves.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are awesome and silky smooth on the hand. Warm in almost any temp but when it dips below 0 tho I switch to mittens but these run great everywhere else.

    Super warm. Look great

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are really warm and comfortable to wear in colder weather. Often my hands are too warm if the sun is out. They have held up well for the one season I have on them. They tend to soak up water on slushy days.

    These gloves are great for cold weather when everything is still frozen. I do not recommend for warmer spring days.

    Hestra Rules

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I own a pair of these myself and liked them so much I bought them for my dad as a gift. I also own a pair of Windstedt Pro there are my go to on warmer days. These do great in colder conditions. While they aren't cheap, they're quality gloves. Hestra makes the best gloves in the industry as far as I'm concerned. Don't forget to pick up a bottle of Nikwax to help protect and maintain their water repellence!

    Love these gloves

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    After reading largely positive reviews, with a couple reviews concerned about fit and warmth--I decided to give them a go. I bought these about a month ago and have skied with them 3 weekends in the Adirondacks: upper 20s/lower 30s--perfect; lower/mid 20s--perfect; single digits with gusting winds on the lift--maybe a little cold after 3 hours of skiing, no problems in the afternoon temps in upper teens/lower 20s; and finally yesterday near 0 degrees in the morning, no winds--my fingers were toasty all day.
    When I bought these gloves I also bought Nikwax Weatherproofing for Leather. I rubbed this in good--one liberal coat, let it rest/sink in, then wiped/buffed off excess. A week later I used the included Hestra Balm--heating gloves in the oven for 5 minutes at around 150, rubbing the balm in, then putting back in the oven for another 5 minutes, let it rest, wipe/buff off excess. Gloves definitely shed snow/moisture--not a problem. Color definitely changes/darkens with waterproofing btw, but i love the deep brown color it has become. Several have commented on how nice they look. I measure as size 9, and the size 9 fit as well as any pair of gloves have ever fit my hands. I have another pair of Hestras in size 9, and very similar fit.

    Love these gloves

    Not as warm as I thought

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

    Used this glove skiing in 30-40 degree F weather and it was fine. Once it got below that in the teens my fingers got pretty cold especially on the lift. I even bought some glove liners and they were still cold. Maybe it's just me, but it wasn't as warm as I had hoped for.

    Unfortunately since I can't exchange them for something like the Hestra 3 finger I'm might see if I can sell them.

    On the bright side, they are nice because they don't add much bulk and have a decent amount of dexterity. I wouldn't consider them on a day when it is very cold.

    Best I've Had

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've skied in these gloves multiple times now. Today was a foot-and-a-half day with a -20 degrees fahrenheit wind chill, but my fingers were perfectly warm. I love the softness and malleability of the leather, and would really recommend these gloves

    10 out of 10 of my Fingers Agree

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    My fingers all agree these are wonderful gloves. I wear the tan ones that are, yes, actually a tan color and not yellow. I applied the standard wax conditioner to them, and they darkened just a shade--more importantly, the conditioner made them super soft and flexible. I've worn them for a week of skiing and I have no complaints. The coldest temp I've worn them in has been 15 deg F., and they were toasty warm. I look forward to seeing how they hold up to the colder temps of mid-winter. Love the gloves! Supple, yet the leather looks like it'll hold up well for many seasons.

    size carefully

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    great pair of gloves, but fit runs small. go up one. chart showed me at a large but xl is snug fit. great dexterity, stays warm in the early damp morning wind! certainly warm for GA.

    Nice gloves, but sizing is off.

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

    I purchased the gloves in the recommended size... Big mistake! I ordered a 9, returned them, received a 10, and they fit great! Honestly though I could probably fit into an 11. One size up for sure one these.

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    Jared D.

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    Hey Dan,



    Some of the yellow is due to the expose on my camera phone. But in person they do not match the photos at all.



    The blue on my sleeves is very close to how the blue appears in real life. But these don't match the product pictures up top.



    Let me know if you have any questions.



    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

    800.409.4502 ext 4055

    jdowns@backcountry.com

    New Go-To Glove

      Just like the description above, this glove has plenty warm without all the bulk of other gloves. I've taken this glove touring a couple of times and for me, this glove gets it done. I rarely wear gloves on the accent and if I do, it's usually a thin fleece glove, but once I'm on top and the wind is cookin' and my digits need a little more love without sacrificing any dexterity I throw on a glove I can trust. I've been using a pair of the Black Diamond Rambla gloves, and they have been good, but when the Fall Line glove dropped this year after previously being the Anja Parson Pro Glove - I was intrigued. The dexterity felt good, really good, but I was a little skeptical of the warmth. After spending a morning in the Fall Line at 0 degrees Fahrenheit without cold hands, I'm sold. If you like a warm glove that you can wear and still feel like your grip and feel is optimal - look here.

      Supple, yet oh so warm.

        I love these gloves. The goal of every manufacturer of cold weather glove is to maximize both dexterity *and* warmth, which is a challenge because warmth requires insulation, which adds bulk and reduces dexterity. Every serius cold-whether glove is a compromise between these two objectives. The Hestra Fall line has succeeded in achieving both excellent dexterity and warmth better than any glove I've ever encountered.

        Of course there are warmer gloves - Hestra's military models or the Black Diamond Mad Max, for example; and there are gloves that provide more freedom of movement - Marmot's Exum Work gloves or Black Diamond's Transition gloves come to mind. But I've never seen such impressive dexterity *and* warmth in the same glove.

        The name, "Fall Line," does not mean that these are designed for Spring or Fall skiing. These are intended for heavy duty, take-no-prisoners, January-February skiing, and other outdoor activities. They are made of extremely soft, supple and flexible leather. Your hand feels like they are in a custom, warm cozy home. The insulation is remarkably light for the amount of warmth provided. When the velcro wrist seals are in place, no snow is coming in. The gloves are also completely waterproof.

        You can get an idea of the quality of construction by blowing-up each of the pictures.

        The only caveat I'll offer is I found them to fit small. I don't know if this is true of Hestra, in general, but it is definitely true of the Fall Line. I normally wear Large and my wife wears Woman's small. Based on other reviews, I ordered a size up, 10, which according to the sizing table is XL. The gloves fit me perfectly. My wife normally wears a woman's small, which the chart shows as a 6. The 6 is too small.

        I think these would be well worth the full retail price, and are probably one of the best deals on Dept of Goods at their present price.

        IMO, you can't go wrong with this glove.

        Good glove

          This is my secondary gloves for skiing, mainly for spring/warmer days. This is an excellent glove by any means, but for colder days I use another set of Hestra gloves. I would highly recommend these, Hestra makes a product that lasts a long, long time.

          Unanswered Question

          I bought a size 8 and it is snug. It feels like maybe just a hair too tight. Will these stretch out a bit over time or should I go for the next size up?

          Has anyone from the Pacific Northwest/Cascades used these? I am considering for days when it isn't raining/snowing out...but let's face it, nothing stays dry around here and I am hesitant to go with a glove that isn't completely waterproof. Any thoughts?



          hey tracy. i recently bought these gloves when i was in whistler. i didn't need a pair because i have some rad mitts but they looked great and the sales person said they were super warm. i'm a pretty "warm-blooded" guy and don't get cold easy. I have to say, these gloves are NOT warm. The conditions I were in I would say was about -10 (celcius) or so, so not the coldest. They were OK while riding but I think the problem is that they aren't windproof. I'm sure they'll be fine in the spring but I would say they are by no means warm.

          Is the wax supplied to be applied before first use? Or is it for after several wears?



          Thanks

          Apply before first use to maximize waterproofing capabilities. Apply by heating the glove with a blow dryer first, then apply wax generously, and then heat again to allow wax to seep into the leather. Let dry overnight. I've done this with mine and they're super waterproof. Even in the slop at Park City a few weeks ago when they were experiencing 45-50 degree temps and wet snow. By the way, I found these gloves to be extremely warm.

          Any additional waterproofing needed/recommended?

          I would suggest using Nikwax Creme Waterproofing for Leather. It will keep the leather conditioned/prevent it from drying out and cracking as well as keep them waterproof.



          http://www.backcountry.com/nikwax-creme-waterproofing-wax-for-leather?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6bmlrd2F4OjE6OTpuaWt3YXg&skid=NIK0059-ONECOL-S34OZ