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When  you make your living outside in the snow, you need a tough glove to keep your hand safe and warm. The Mountain Hardwear Bazuka Glove is as tough as it sounds, with water-resistant goatskin leather construction, an OutDry waterproof breathable laminate, and a close-fitting gauntlet designed to be worn under your jacket sleeve.

  • Durable goatskin shell with soft fleece lining
  • Tough goatskin leather palm
  • Q.Shield durable water repellant keeps water from soaking into shell
  • OutDry waterproof breathable laminate keeps your hand dry without clamminess
  • Extreme Precurve articulated fingers for a natural fit with added dexterity
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Bomber, dexterous, not super warm

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

Title says it all, these look great, are super durable, are very dexterous and have the materials you want (leather, wool, synthetic, waterproof/breathable). However, they dont seem as warm as they should be given the materials that went into them. Oh well, they'll last forever. I used snow seal on mine and they dont wet out. I would say that the closure mechanism seems a little over built. Something a little lower profile like a neoprene cuff with a stretchy velcro wrap feels better and more secure. Also the additional tightening strap above the main cuff strap seems very minimal and while it achieves its intended purpose, I'm not sure how long it will last.

Pretty nice glove

    I've used them for about 10 days now, including a week long backcountry ski trip and they've been pretty good.

    The insulation is a nice weight, I've had them on from around 60 to around 10 degrees, my hands didn't sweat too much when it was warm but I had to switch to mitts when I was inactive at 10.

    The leather provides good protection but it also takes a long time to dry when it wets out, and it DOES wet out, although the inside stayed dry.

    The fit was inconsistent and I had to stretch out the left pinky to fit, it was a lot tighter than the right one but it fits now.

    The leather that tethers one glove to the other fell out, so that aspect was poorly constructed, the rest seems decently made though.

    Time will tell if it was a good purchase but I'm not unhappy so far.

    Well Put together

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I ski patrol. The ropes we use on patrol shred gloves. Typically what I've done in the past is use kinco's insulated and water proof em. Its a cheap, effective way but they aren't that warm. These are significantly warmer, and have a two year warranty. I'm all about the warranty.

    I've used them more then several times but I consider "putting them through the wringer, five days a week for a full season.

    Awesome Glove

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I bought these gloves for the new Ski Season. I now have about 10 full ski days on them and I couldn't be happier with the glove.

    As everyone knows the conditions in VT have been all over the map from cold to wet. So fay they do what they say and have been completely water proof and were able to keep my hands dry and warm last week when it was in the negatives last week as well. They are very soft and very easy to move your hand and fingers where other gloves can be stiff and bulky. I can honestly say its the best Ski Glove i have used to date. I highly recommend it to anyone.

    If you have questions let me know.

    Beefy glove

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

    Burly gloves. These may be beefier than you need. I bought these to replace a dying pair of gloves that were not as beefy. I'll probably use these for winter ski touring and resort riding, and get a lighter pair of pipe/park gloves for spring touring.

    I think these will last for years. Seriously stout.

    One thing I'm not sure on is treating the leather. Some forum said MH told them to use Nikwax.

    Also, you can't remove the liner, and obviously can't wash the glove.

    Bazuka Glove

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

    Just got these on Friday after a wicked deal on S&C. Looked at tons of gloves and styles this off season, and was ready to pull the trigger on the Hestra Helicopter glove, even with the stiff price. Started looking into undercut gloves since my parka has larger cuffs, and had to jump on this deal.

    Pros: almost everything about this glove is amazing. The goat leather is extremely supple, and there is no break in period. The padding on the back of the glove keeps the back of your hands warm, but the fingers are still extremely flexible. Gloves fit great under the sleeves of my parka, which was a major concern for me. They certainly wicked the moisture away from my hands (I tend to sweat a ton in my old Marmot gloves) and I could see the moisture darkening the leather between the fingers but my hands stayed dry. I was concerned about some of the other reviews that said these were really warm, but they were comfortable on a sunny, warm day around 25 degrees. I got the gray/tan/black ones and the colors rock.

    Cons: my only concern about the glove so far was the liner pulling back out of the fingers a bit when I took them off at the end of the day. I have had this issue with other gloves in the past, particularly when the liner is not sewn to the shell. It was minimal, so not really detracting from my overall impression of the glove.

    Overall, this was a great choice to replace my 8 year old, packed out Marmots.

    Bazuka Glove

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

    So i purchased these about a month ago. used 3 times now. Really enjoying these gloves. The inside liner is like a little piece of heaven for your hands! I ordered a M and a L and was planning on returning the pair that didnt fit. Now i won't be returning a pair because the M fit the girlfriend perfect, and she wants them now!

    Quality for sure

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    Got these on SAC for a deal. Gloves are mostly leather with double stiching, close fit, and lots of extra detail. They are warm enough for anywhere in the Sierra and not bulky. Weight is nice and light too. Probably will be the best glove I've ever had and expect to last many years. No doubt I can adjust my tele bindings and leashes with gloves on. Probably not work my camera but defintely a better glove than average foo-foo. And the cuff stays nicely under most jackets since it's low profile. Large is a little more snug than other L gloves but expect leather to stetch a bit so perfect.

    Mountain Hardware Bazuka Glove

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I've used a pair of these gloves for two seasons now and they're great. Primary use is backcountry skiing but also in bounds on the lifts. Warm, extremely dexterous, and the waterproof, breathable technology seems to work. Last time out the temp was -3 when we started with a high of 10 and my hands remained warm most of the day. I have problems with cold fingers so always carry very warm mittens but haven't needed them since purchasing these gloves. I've also had them out on days when it's been snowing and hands have stayed warm and dry. I've had lot of different gloves over the years and these are the best so far. They are expensive but on sale which is how I bought them I think they're a solid value.