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Warm and flexy for the slopes.

Hestra made the XCR 3-Finger Mitt with a Gore-Tex membrane, a stretchy softshell fabric, and a split-finger design so you can maintain hand dexterity, warmth, and dryness on the slopes.
  • Waterproof breathable Gore-Tex membrane blocks wetness during even the nastiest winter storms
  • Flextron wind- and waterproof softshell adds stretch without compromising dryness
  • Split-finger design provides more dexterity than a full mitten and more finger-warmth than a glove
  • Synthetic insulation boosts hand warmth
  • Eagle Grip pre-curved design follows the natural curve of your hand for comfort

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5 5

First time Hestra owner

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Wanted the warmth of a mitten but with more dexterity. Used once on a semi temperate day skiing. Kept hands warm although it was mild. Was taking my hand in and out of the glove frequently to track skiing app and had no issues. The lining never moved or came out so to speak so I would say that is a plus to not having a removable liner. Used the fit guide and the sizing was true to their chart. So far happy with quality of product but it hasn?t been tested long term. Hope this review helps. I Haven?t put the free oil on yet for end of season storage but will.

5 5

Warm hands reached

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

These gloves were everything they were billed for and more. My hands were warm for the first time in a long time of skiing. I did not have to wear liners ever and the way they have those wrist straps set up are just perfect. Anyone looking to have a pair of mittens that are warm and you can grasp things with I would highly recommend these.

5 5

WARM and amazing

5 years of ski trips with cold hands...and my first season of warm hands! I am thankful the hunt for a warm glove is over. And yes, I wear them when walking around Chicago too :)

4 5

First Impressions - Hestra 3-Finger Mitt

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

First Hestra purchase and my initial impressions are that this glove has an extremely comfortable fit. The lining is super soft and even though the pointer finger is part of the split-finger design it stays warm. I have brought this warmth off the slopes and found myself wearing them around town on super cold/wet days. Can't wait to put these through the wringer!

4 5

Very good but I'm a bit confused...

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

These gloves rock. They are super soft on the inside and incredibly waterproof. The wrist straps are OUTSTANDING. And hands down the biggest reason I bought them. Hestra makes very high quality gloves that last a long time and are usually worth every penny. Here's where I'm lost...
There are dividers between your three fingers which eliminates a lot of the heat that can build up by having them together. That would be a true mitten/glove hybrid. What I'd really like is 2 liners, one w/ divider and one without, then this glove would be a home-run. However I noticed that I can put my pinky and ring finger together in one slot just fine so I do that on the super cold days.
I find these to be very warm (but I'm pretty tolerant to cold) so I only use these as my very cold weather glove. Pretty much when it drops below ten Fahrenheit w/ out the sun. A storm day glove if you will....

3 5

almost but...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

leather is very soft + durable but doesn't breathe well. leather side builds up sweat until i can see it soaking thru from the inside to outside + will remain wet on multi-day trips due to this and the lack of a removable liner. i retreat leather yearly (maybe explains my breathability issues?), so keep in mind extra upkeep. cuff offers good coverage + can be worn under coat sleeve if preferred. liner is not removable - my biggest complaint (site i bought from listed removable liner - should have done better research + gone with backcountry instead!). still looking for that perfect 3 finger...

5 5

Best gloves I've ever owned

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought these a few years back directly from Hestra and they are still going strong. Just remember to put the mink oil on 1-2x/ year to keep them soft and waterproof. They somehow keep you warm on the coldest days and cool enough even on the warmer days. Zero complaints

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Joshua does the white leather get discolored easily?

3 5

tiny thumbs

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

Great glove,felt like it was going to be quite warm, liked that the glove came in lengths, not just S/M/L/XL. From palm to finger tip i measure 8", ordered the 8, and the fingers fit great... unfortunately thumbs were too tight and short. Never felt that on a glove/mitten before (I don't think I have long monkey thumbs?). Not sure if the thumbs scale up with the finger length, perhaps you should order a size up?
Who's got two thumbs and is returning these? this guy! AAAYYYY

tiny thumbs
5 5

Best Mitts I've ever owned.

The durability, warmth and dexterity of these mitts is great. I've owned them for over 5 years and have no complaints. The wool liners have gotten a little old but you can substitute virtually any liner to replace them so no big deal.

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In mine, the liner attaches with Velcro so yes, you can remove it.

is there an inner glove that comes out?

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is there an inner glove that comes out?

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There is not a removable liner in this mitt.

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Yes there is, it attaches with velcro. I ordered a new pair this year and they're exactly the same.