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Hestra Seth Morrison Pro Model 3-Finger Glove

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    A 3-Finger freeride glove designed by the man himself, the Hestra Seth Morrison Pro Glove is warm, waterproof, and breathable.
    • Item #HES0089

    Tech Specs

    Material
    (leather) impregnated army goat leather, cowhide, (fabric) Gore WindStopper
    Insulation
    Thermolite
    Removable Liner
    no, bemberg, polyester
    Waterproofing
    CZone insert
    Closure
    side zip
    Gauntlet
    yes
    Nose Wipe
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    21 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    against defects for the life of the product

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    Awesome Glove

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: 8

    Skiing in Banff/Lake Louise during 0-5 F degree weather and my hands were toasty. Wrist strap is a nice touch to drop your gloves to play with a camera and go pro!!!

    Good but not great

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    I've owned a pair of these for around 5 years and they still look as good as new, they are built to last and very well made. The 3 finger thing works well and these are fair warmer than regular gloves and far more practical than a whole mitt. The only point I have against them is the bulkiness of the cuff - it is too thick to go comfortably under most jacket sleeves with velcro undone but way too narrow to go over the same jacket wrist closures. I would suggest testing them with your jacket of choice before purchase.

    The Absolute Best!!!

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    Quality! Quality!! Quality!!! These are the absolute best in every possible sense ... Super versatile in terms of design, if you ever need to fumble around in your pockets you can keep these on your hands because of the 3-finger fit which means your fingers / hands will never be exposed to the elements!!! Plus, so incredibly warm as well!!! Say good bye to those disposable hand warmers with these! A most buy if you are an avid Skier or Snowboarder :)

    Warm, even for me.

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: 8

    I'm a whimp. I get cold easy, especially in my hands and feet. I tried these because so many people say that Hestra makes really warm gloves. Well, now I can agree, at least with these gloves.

    I have had these for two seasons and I'm always warm. The lowest temp I know I've been in, is 10 degrees with strong winds. They were good, while I was skiing. If you'll just be standing around in 10 degree weather, you just want to get a big fat mitten! Also, since these are 3 finger, you can bunch your digits together to keep them warm, if the wind on the lift ride up, gets at you.

    The fit was easy. I followed the shoe size rule, and they're perfect. I'm an 8.5 street shoe, so I got the 8. Like I said, perfect. I really like the lobster claw, 3-fingers. It keeps my digits warmer, no doubt, and it's comfortable.

    The small wrist cuff is new and awkward for me, so I just put them on lazy-style, over my jacket. Surprisingly, I never have cold wrists, and often don't even zip down the zippers. The wrist zippers do stay put. So, the cuff totally works!

    Not much else for me to say. I don't need the extra padding on the hands, cause I'm a Cautious-Cathy. But, it's nice knowing it's there, in case I do decide to slap some sense into a tree or two. All I really asked for, from this glove, was for it to be warm, and it has delivered.

    More questions? Just call or email me, directly.

    Warm, even for me.

    SUPER TOASTY

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    These things are definitely gangster if you are into that kinda stuff. Can still use your trigger finger on the coldest of days and when ya gotta pimp smack a ho you got some nice warm padding so you dont hurt your hand!

    Dem Gloves.. Dem Gloves

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

    I got the size 10 as per Hestra's sizing guide. I could have gotten the 9, but since I was going for warmth the 10 was suitable. Super comfy and SUPER warm.



    These things got a trial by fi.. ice. First day out on the hill was -22 all day. Most of me got pretty cold, but not my hands. I do tend to run pretty hot so these may not carry everyone through such extremes, but I was impressed.



    I could not conceivably wear these above the freezing mark. Not for a second. I will need to buy a different pair for spring skiing, but I wanted warm and I got it... That and incredible comfort and dexterity for the size and format of the mitt.



    Honeymoon experience has been great so far. Think they'll go the distance if I treat em right. As they should for their price.

    Never Leave Home Without Them

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    These trigger mitts are fantastic, I actually bought them for my son , so he wouldn't take mine . We Board New Zealand every year and are the first things I pack. Stitching fantastic. The leather is nice and supple. My only problem is I have a large hand and probably should of go the extra large. Keep them rubbed with dubbin( natural leather conditioner) and they are totally water proof. Yes, you pay a little more but that is what you pay for and expect = quality.

    I am now looking to get a pair for my daughter....

    Cold days

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    I bought these for the really cold days <10 degrees, They have performed as well as the 5 finger just a little warmer. Make sure to use the leather conditioner when they are new. i would go ahead and buy an extra tub of it. I recommend treating them at the end of the season, then once again to start the season.

    best ski glove ever

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    I have never had a better, more comfortable ski glove. Love the warmth/dexterity of the 3 finger. They are so soft and supple. Make sure and use the leather balm regularly to keep them soft and waterproofing renewed.

    Way hawt, but in a good way

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

    I had been looking for a long time for some bicycling-specific gloves that could work well in 30* weather. I tried quite a few but none of them really held up for any longer than 30 minutes. Any longer than that, the cold started to get through and my fingers got cold. An hour-long ride to or from work would result in stinging, almost-white fingers. So I figured some snow-sports gloves had to have something better for cold weather bike commuting. Bought these mostly for the reviews, and the glove delivers. Toasty and warm for any length of time on the bike. The leather and the insulation add bulk, but there's enough articulation in the gloves to be able to brake and shift no problem. The padding on the top of the hand provides some protection for the occasional rub against a hard object in tight spaces (fence pole, tree branch, etc). Breathes well enough at 30*, but at 40* and above your hands will sweat after 30 mins. Small price to pay for toasty fingers that don't sting after a ride. Just know that they snug up around the wrist so they go under the sleeve. There's a bit of bulk there too, so if your jacket cuff is snug with no adjustment strap, it may be a little fiddly to get jacket over the glove. Big sleeve cuff or adjustable, then no worries. These do indeed run true to size. Plenty warm enough, but as always, size up if you want to use a glove liner. Should also be fine for cold-weather MTBing... just take care of the leather after each ride and these should last you a long time.

    Fantastic Glove

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    Loved this glove, the leather is beautiful, dexterity fantastic and very warm. All this so true but ended up sending back since it piled in the right thumb. Also, I found it to be too warm when above 25 and too cold when below 10. Great if you want to get one glove for the resort but I decided to get a glove with a removable liner so I can adjust the temperature more and when very cold to just go with a mitten.

    Perfect.

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

    When trying to think of a better glove than the Hestra Seth Morrison 3 Finger, few gloves to mind - none of which are below $200 like this Hestra.

    This glove is really great. The leather is top notch, and super smooth to the touch. The inside of the glove is warm and comfy, and you have a ton of dexterity with the third finger. The Thermolite insulation is noticeably warm. If you wear these inside, you'll start to sweat within a few minutes. Having the zipper on the side is actually really helpful. While on the mountain, I'll often get frustrated trying to put on gloves with other gloves. But its very easy to just slide em on and zip em up.



    These gloves are worth the price, and will last several seasons if you keep them right. Make sure the wax the leather for the best results.

    The Answer

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    This is the absolute best glove I have used. I love the waterproof and full leather with the seams on the outside of the glove for more dexterity. The 3finger gives you a nice compromise between the mitten and fingered glove. You gain warmth over the fingered version but lose dexterity. I could see this being a great feature for snowboarders who want to wear mittens but also need the dexterity to buckle/unbuckle their bindings.

    The czone liner is a plastic membrane that keeps your hands completely dry.

    I just skied them in 8 degree weather today and had no complaints about their warmth

    Bitchin'

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    The best ski glove? Soft, comfy, incredibly warm. These gloves are almost too warm - I can only wear them on very cold days. (Full disclosure - I run hot. Most of my ski partners layer a lot heavier than I do.) Dexterity is good. I'm not a big fan of them for touring, but I don't know how much they were designed with the BC in mind. (The cuff just adds bulk, whereas a glove with a large gauntlet just slides over jackets, watches, and such).

    Dopeness

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    During Jan. 2013 I was skiing with a friend during winter storm "Gandalf" My hands were freezing. The wind was blowing the snow sideways. The temps were well below freezing. My friend said, "Buy some Hestras." The purchase was made. My hands have never been happier.

    This season was one of the coldest I can remember. These gloves have been handling every storm I've thrown at them like a boss. Above freezing they are super warm. They do not have a liner because (I think) there are finger pockets in the mitt section.

    I have the green/white size 8 (My tennis racquet grip is 4.5 if that helps anyone) and they are fly. The white does get dirty though as I have brushed through some tight trees.

    The red gloves look orange. Can someone confirm they are more red or more orange?



    Thanks

    Are the three fingers able to touch inside...

    Are the three fingers able to touch inside of this glove, or are they separated by an inner liner, thus defeating the purpose of the lobster claw?

    Do women wear these gloves? Vickie

    Do women wear these gloves? Vickie

    Is the inner liner removable? can I use a...

    Is the inner liner removable? can I use a 3 finger liner with it?

    I like to wear RED impact wrist guards...

    I like to wear RED impact wrist guards when I ride (I broke my wrist in 3 places a few years ago and it still hurts) and I was wondering if these mitts are wide enough to slide on with the guards on? These are the only gloves I have seen that are under gloves and have a zipper on the side so it looks promising. Thanks

    How warm are these compared to Hestra's...

    How warm are these compared to Hestra's various mittens?

    I have these and I love them, but on colder...

    I have these and I love them, but on colder days they aren't enough. Does anyone wear and suggest a liner with these? Thanks!

    Exactly like Seth suggests, I bought these gloves before a heli-ski trip in BC because I was looking for a little more warmth than what my old Swany gloves provided and I made sure to add some waterproofing wax to all the seams and my hands were perfectly warm all day long. I loved having the dexterity of a glove with the warmth of a mitt.

    Would these gloves be good for motorcycling...

    Would these gloves be good for motorcycling at speeds up to 70mph at temps not lower than 35 deg? Obviously the wind is more of an issue than moisture.

    I'll answer as best I can, although I don't have these specific gloves and I don't ride motorcycles.

    However, I am familiar with a few of the Hestra models. Typically Hestra gloves have great dexterity, provided you buy the correct size. Considering skiers also reach, although not usually 70mph, but higher speeds and winds wouldn't be a concern. Also considering there is a Gore Windstopper membrane it's safe to say you're covered there.

    Overall, I'd say it would be a useful application of the glove. The only thing I'd give a little extra thought to is the temperature. It's going to be a warm glove and 35 degrees really isn't that cold. Maybe 35 deg, + 70mph changes that though.

    I'm a big fan of Hestra gloves for warmth and comfort.

    What should i use for water proof? Snow...

    What should i use for water proof? Snow Seal?

    I've always had good luck with Nikwax Waterproofing Wax for Leather. Apply 2-3 times per season, or whenever applicable. Yes, Sno Seal will work as well, and I've seen some really good reviews, and it has been around for a long time. I'll also mention that Hestra has their own leather treatment. Hope this helps.

    Are these warmer than the vertical cut...

    Are these warmer than the vertical cut freeride gloves?

    I would like to know if these gloves could...

    I would like to know if these gloves could be used for road cycling as I am always looking for a warmer but fexible for gripping.

    These are really toasty, but they are definitely pretty flexible as far as gloves go, especially once you break them in a little bit. If you are sure you want gloves this warm, and wouldn't mind the lobster claw (instead of a regular glove) then I would say they would probably work well.

    How do I care for the leather on these...

    How do I care for the leather on these gloves, are they good to go or should I great before heading up to Hood?

    There should have been a small packet of wax/balm that came with the gloves. Rub it into the leather, let it soak for a few minutes and the wipe off an excess and you should be good to go. If you didn't get the wax/balm...any good leather store will have something or you could check out nikwax's line which has some leather conditioners as well.

    How do I care for the leather on these...

    How do I care for the leather on these gloves, are they good to go or should I great before heading up to Hood?

    Input please, thanks! I have the Hestra...

    Input please, thanks!

    I have the Hestra Heli and love it. I'm evaluating getting the leather SM Pro and am a little hesitant on lobster vs full finger model. By default, I'm inclined toward the full finger and am seeking input on why people would choose one over the other. Killington, VT is my home MT, so on piste general New England weather is my environment/conditions.

    Lastly, is there any size difference considerations between the Heli/removeable liner glove vs the leather SM Pro version? Would you change glove size based on the material component difference of these two gloves?

    Thanks!

    I used to rock the five-finger Heli glove but feel the Seth lobster is a bit warmer. Both are excellent gloves and either one would be a great choice, but I have to give the slight edge to the Seth here. For comparison, my hands were plenty warm the other weekend when the temperature didn't climb higher than -10F. Also note that I've once used the Heli glove when the wind chill was -40F and my hands didn't get cold.

    Regarding size, I'm an 8 in both although the Seth is a bit more snug than the Heli at first (not restrictive by any means). I imagine the fit will loosen up over time.

    How do these compare with the heli gloves...

    How do these compare with the heli gloves in warmth, and waterproofing?

    Warmth and waterproofing are similar, having nylon on the heli glove ads less time to waterproof leather. Heli glove has a removable liner, so that can give you some liner choices on the warmth end, but is an extra you'd have to buy.

    does the 3 finger make a difference in...

    does the 3 finger make a difference in warmth?

    I've heard about a method of waterproofing...

    I've heard about a method of waterproofing that involves baking at a low temp. Willie or Seth if your around, what's your thoughts and recommendations. Thanks

    I have a pair of Hestra vertical cut freeride gloves and put a layer of the waterproof wax that came with the gloves on before the first run of the year and never had a problem all season. I too was thinking about doing the baking trick but figured that (like Seth suggests) trying it on my nice new gloves was a bad idea and instead just went with the wax they gave me. With the wax treatment, I never once got any moister in my gloves and I even had a long snowball fight with them in the spring when the snow was very wet. I suggest you just use the wax they give you, you won't be disappointed.

    Any clue on what colors will be available...

    Any clue on what colors will be available next year?