Gregory B.wrote a review of Hestra Seth Morrison Pro Glove on April 9, 2013
I have this glove in a size 9. I am 5'8" 145lbs. My glove size using Backcountry's sizing method is a size 9. The glove fit I chose was snug with finger tips touching the inside tips of the glove. I did this intentionally so I would have maximum dexterity with the glove on. I love the glove for this very reason. This fit yields a glove that is not as warm as one that has dead air space between the finger tips and glove material. That is generally true of all gloves. I have to use a hand warmer in my palm when I ski or ride in this glove. This probably wouldn't be the case if I sized up to a looser fitting glove such as size 11. My hands are generally always warm in any glove that has a loose fit and always cold in a glove that has a tight fit. It's a trade off of warmth for dexterity. Dead air space is a better insulator than most glove insulations. The liner is attached to the shell. It is attached at the wrist area only. With a tighter fit and if my hand or the inside of the glove is moist the liner has a tendency to back out and the finger compartments tangle as I pull my hand out making the glove hard to re-enter. This would probably not be a problem with a larger fit or less of a problem if the three finger area was one space. The shell material has a great deal of tackiness to it. It works well for riding dirt bikes in colder weather. I don't have any problem operating the throttle, clutch or brake. I don't snowmobile but I would imagine it would perform very well. The shell materials tackiness and raised portions on the knuckle area of the glove can make it more difficult to enter tighter ski pole straps especially when moist. The gauntlet ripped off when I snagged a tree branch as would be expected. There was a convenient place to reattach the strap to a brass eyelet at the base of the palm.