Description

Solid mitts for deep snow and Arctic cold.

No matter how you get to the top of the powder-caked peak, the Hestra Heli Ski De Cuir Mitt locks in the heat and locks out the snow during the deep, wild ride down towards the valley. Naturally warmer than a glove, this mitt was built tough for Arctic weather. Its goat leather and a removable wool lining allow you to spend more time floating and slashing through the white-room and less time warming your hands in your pants.

  • Upper shell and back hand made with Hestra's melange twill fabric for windproof, snow-proof, and breathable performance that holds up to the thickest tree stashes
  • Goat leather palm features Eagle Grip and external seams for durability and an a secure grip on you ski pole
  • Removable wool terry lining insulates your hand in the cold and dries quickly
  • Snow lock gauntlet keeps out snow no matter how many over-the-head stashes you find
  • Handcuffs keep your mitt attached to your wrist even if you remove them on the lift to adjust your goggles

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2 5

Warm...but

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

Feel cheap and didn't fit right. I returned them pretty quickly. Just not right for me.

3 5

wool liner = great idea, poor execution

I love the wool liners on this version (as opposed to the regular heli mitt or other Hestra models with the extremely thick, overly warm polyester lining). The wool liner on this mitt is thinner and thus should be quicker to wick sweat after removing the shell. I just wish it had the velcro to attach to the mitt shell's wrist like most other gloves (including the regular heli mitt) do. After several attempts removing and reattaching the mitten, the wool liner would get so bunched up inside the shell that it was uncomfortable. Back to Backcountry.com these went.

Regarding the Hestra wrist cuffs, I originally hated the idea but after trying the gloves out for 15 minutes or so walking around outside and taking them on/off, I came to appreciate the cuff concept.

3 5

wool liner = great idea, poor execution

I love the wool liners on this version (as opposed to the regular heli mitt or other Hestra models with the extremely thick, overly warm polyester lining). The wool liner on this mitt is thinner and thus should be quicker to wick sweat after removing the shell. I just wish it had the velcro to attach to the mitt shell's wrist like most other gloves (including the regular heli mitt) do. After several attempts removing and reattaching the mitten, the wool liner would get so bunched up inside the shell that it was uncomfortable.

Regarding the Hestra wrist cuffs, I originally hated the idea but after trying the gloves out for 15 minutes or so walking around outside and taking them on/off, I came to appreciate the cuff concept.

how is the sizing on Hestra mitts?

how is the sizing on Hestra mitts?

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They should be consistent with the gloves. I find their sizing chart to be spot on. Do your measurements, go by the size chart, and you should have a nice fit.