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As you stand on a powder-caked cornice pulpit and proclaim to your downhill-skier disciples that they shalt wait for thee to drop in first, you realize that maybe the Reusch Minister Glove may have gone to your head. Sure, its solid, reinforced sheepskin outer and R-Tex XT membrane ensure no type of snow gets through to your fingers, but that doesn't make you any more pure of heart.

  • R-Tex XT waterproof breathable membrane keeps wet snow out but also encourages breathability to prevent clammy hands
  • Synthetic PrimaLoft insulation provides a heat-holding layer to keep all your hand's warmth on the inside during cold days
  • Tough, sheepskin shell and palm keep out snow and withstand tree smacks, ski edges, and a few seasons' worth of normal wear and tear
  • Soft, moisture-wicking MircoActive lining helps insulate and moderate your hand's moisture level while you're skiing hard or hiking up the ridge
  • Sub -C Guarantee ensures that the Minister maintains optimal comfort in extreme conditions by blocking out snow, efficiently expelling interior moisture, and insulating your digits
  • Gripzone Reinforcement helps you hang onto your ski pole, and Palm Flex inserts enable easy dexterity when buckling boots or zipping up jackets
  • Reinforcement in the fingers, thumb, and palm ensures long-lasting durability
  • Short gauntlet's drawstring and inner storm cuff keep out snow during tumbles through the deep pow
  • Adjustable wrist strap secures the glove while a clip loop lets you attach the two together to prevent losing them in transit
  • Backhand zipper accesses the mesh pocket, which holds hand warmers or acts as a vent in warm weather
  • Comfort fit matches your hand's shape without taking weeks to break in
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Nice, warm gloves

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

I only wore these gloves for one day before returning them because they were too big. I usually wear size medium gloves, but the medium gloves were just slightly too long and too wide for my hand. That being said, they were extremely warm for the one day that I wore them, were completely wide resistant while I biked around town, and did a decent (not amazing) job of breathing out the sweat that accumulated in my hands.. Overall good gloves. My only complaint would be that the breath-ability was not amazing.