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Hestra Fall Line Mitten

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    Supple, warm, and waterproof mittens for the cold days.

    You don't need ridiculous space-age technology to keep your hands warm and dry on icy days in the mountains—all you need is the supple, warm, and water-resistant Hestra Fall Line Mitten. The warmest offering in the Fall Line series, the Mitten is made of impregnated cowhide aniline that repels water, and is lined with soft polyester and insulated with low-profile synthetic fiberfill insulation just like its brothers and sisters. It gets its extra warmth from the heat-trapping mitten design, but is able to maintain dexterity thanks to the inner finger stalls that act as flexible mini finger-ovens so you can go all day long in the worst weather without having to deal with frostbitten digits.

    • Water-repellent impregnated cowhide aniline
    • Synthetic fiberfill insulation
    • Polyester lining with individual finger stalls
    • Neoprene cuff with hook-and-loop closure
    • Comfortable external seams
    • Item #HES0163

    Tech Specs

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

    Tech Specs

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    Great things expected

      First, I definitely recommend going up a size IF you're within 1/4 inch of the upper end of the size chart.
      These feel stellar. The leather is supple, but no doubt durable coming from a brand like hestra. The lining is silky, the finger garages brilliant, and the neoprene cuffs are deluxe. The one odd thing is the carabiner loops - they're massive for the simple purpose of connecting a pair of gloves.

      Warm and Cozy

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These mittens are very warm! Internally, the liners separate your fingers. They are super basic and to the point and that is what makes them so great! I'm stoked I invested in them. Follow the sizing chart and you can't go wrong with getting the right fit!

      Slippers for your hands?

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I absolutely love these mittens, they are warm, ultra cozy and my hands stayed dry despite a day bundling and unbundling skis in the B.C. backcountry. Like all hestra products, the amount of "feel" they give you is amazing. I recommend warming them up a little with a hair dryer and applying a little snowseal to the palms and letting that soak in if you a prone to constantly wet stuff but the hestra balm works perfectly for everything else.

      Slippers for your hands?

      Initial impressions are good

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I used the Swany leather mitt (size M) for about 5 seasons (30-40 days a year). That was my favorite glove for days 20° or lower. Bought a new tech jacket this year, and the Swany mitt would not fit under the cuff, because of the bulky design of the Swany. The nice clean cuff on these took me a day or two to get used to, but now I really like the "smaller" glove. They are easy to stash inside the jacket when taking a short hike.

      I ski in CO, most days are 5°-15° and these have been super warm. I DO like the finger divider... but don't buy them if you don't. The divider actually makes these warmer, and you don't need a liner glove. These still have few years left to prove the quality can keep up with the Swanys, but so far so good.

      5'11 with average size hands. Went with size 10. Fits perfect.

      Great mitts

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

      I got the Hestra mitts and to my surprise they have fingers in the liners.. So far they have been what I hoped for. I bought the largest size. They do fit small

      Cozy, but not as warm as the Ski Cross

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These mitts are super cozy- and feel like a cloud when you put your hand in them. However- the inside of the mitt separates your fingers from one another (so the inside is like a fingered-glove.) And while there is a lot of insulation this actually makes your hands colder than if your fingers are all together touching. I've found that the Hestra Ski Cross Mitt is actually much warmer than this one. I've worn them both a LOT- and I suffer from constant cold hands.



      Bottom line- this is an extremely comfortable, soft, and long lasting mitt but isn't the warmest mitt Hestra makes- If you are looking for the warmest option- go with the Ski Cross Mitt, although it isn't quite as "fluffy feeling."

      Lovely Mitts

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These mitts, like all of Hestra's other products, feel like you're putting on Cinderalla's glass slippers on your hands. They're incredibly soft and warm, and because they're not bulky you don't lose tactile sensation that you typically do with other mittens. These mittens are not as thick as the Henrik Windstedt mittens, so if you're looking for a pair of mitts that are for those really cold days I would recommend those. These mittens are for milder temps or for someone whose hands stay naturally warmer.



      The neoprene elastic cuff on these mitts are great- they fit snuggly on your wrist so no snow will get in, and they go easily under the cuffs of your jacket. Since they're neoprene they don't lose their snugness and are easy to dry out.

      In Love

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

      I just got these in the mail, and can already tell I'm going to have them forever. I had a pair of Hestra racing gloves when I was younger, but my hands outgrew them and in the last 5 years, I have been trying to find a quality mitten for my 100 day winters in Montana and California. I used these yesterday in the (very cold) MT backcountry and was so pleased, They are super warm and although I was wary of having the separated fingers on the inside, I think I'll get used to it. The neoprene cuff is also something I've never had before, and was worried it would fit like a wetsuit/dry jacket cuff but it is really comfortable, and though it doesn't slip around, moves with your wrists in a way that almost makes me feel like it isn't there. Long story short- great mitten, hopefully they last for a long time.

      Do these mitts have the nice elastic wrist attachments?

      Would these gloves be able to be used during extreme cold to manipulate camera controls? My fingers freeze and I can't keep taking mittens, glomits or gloves off to fiddle with the controls.

      I wouldn't bank on mittens being your best choice for using small camera buttons. Using them may cause you to accidentally press more than the intended button, considering there's a lot of surface area there on the primary sector where your index, middle, ring, and pinky fingers go. I would look into gloves that have individuals fingers. I noticed you posted this question to a couple other gloves options, so I'll peek at those too, but this is a definite "no" if you're wanting dexterity and precision.