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A warrior among alpine gloves, the Stoic Forge Glove fends off the elements with its versatile design, ample dexterity, high-alpine pedigree. The Forge's flexible softshell material provides unhindered freedom of movement, and its rugged goat skin palm shuns damage from skis, lifts, and wild hazards. Frigid weather proves no match for the toasty wool lining, and should truly nasty weather threaten your push beyond the gates, the rugged shell repels the elements. In-bounds or beyond the gate, the Forge provides steadfast shelter where other gloves would explode at the seams.

  • Softshell and goat leather shell allows for superior dexterity, without sacrificing rugged durability
  • Wool lining insulates and retains its warmth even when soggy, coastal snowpack threatens to soak you to the bone, and the liner pulls out for easy drying between storm days
  • Hook-and-loop wrist closure keeps these gloves secure and fully locks out snow when you dip into super-deep stashes
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Cuff stinks

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I like the looser fit, I have big hands. But while the fingers and palm are made of nice leather the cuff is made of some goofy polypropylene. If you are a habitual glove remover like me then you will tear them apart in 50-75 days.

Awesome gloves!

    I bought these after getting a recommendation from my friend, who said she loved them. I'm a girl, and I have small hands - size small fits me almost perfectly. The fingers are a little long, but I have enough room to be able to wear thin liner gloves. When I snowboard, since I'm a beginner, I fall a lot, so my gloves get worked and hit the snow often. So the gloves can feel wet, but with the leather outside, and the wool interior, they keep my hands super warm. I've been looking for gloves that allow movement during snowboarding but keep my hands warm, and these are them! I totally recommend these! I just wish they made them specifically for women.

    Ditto

      Like everyone else said these are great undercuff gloves. After going through a pair of gloves each season I finally committed to all-leather. I usually put 20+ riding days on my gloves each year, and also use them a couple times a week for xc skiing. My old gloves with leather palms and reinforced fingertips always blew out, but these guys have been goin strong all season and getting more comfortable with time. I do have large hands and the large gloves are a little snugger on me than I would like. There was also a little bit of a break in time initially. Other than that, these work great unless it dips into the single digits.

      Excellent, almost perfect.

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      There are 4 criteria that I look for in gloves. Waterproofness, durability, dexterity, and quick-drying. Since I spend most of my time in the North Cascades and BC's Coast Mountains, most gloves are sufficiently warm, so that isn't a main priority for me. These gloves score 10/10 on all my criteria except quick drying because the don't have a removable liner. But because I haven't yet found the perfect glove, these still get 5 stars.

      Stoic gloves perfect for the right application

        I have tried out quite a few of the Stoic gloves and these are my favorites. I find them perfect for riding lifts on a day that isn't too cold (25-40 degrees) or touring on the coldest days. I've been asked more than a few times what kind of gloves they are and the only time I don't reach for these is when it's truly cold and I'm riding lifts. So far they still look new after ~25 days of use.

        Average

          Great glove out of the package. Appears to be decent construction, and the gloves seem to have a nice fit. After using them though, they are not incredibly warm gloves. My 5 year old Swany's covered in duct tape kept my fingers toastier. After half a season of wearing them the velcro patch began to rip the neoprene along the stitching.

          Overall, decent glove, good dexterity, but has a few hiccups.

          Best Yet

            I hate gloves. I spend a lot of my time on the hill whether hiking or just resort riding with bare hands, sometimes inside my jacket, sometimes just numb. So for me to give gloves a positive review at all is major. I have been impressed by these gloves. They have a really nice fit, curved to match the natural state of your hands, and most importantly they have kept warm in -25 in the alps, and haven't gotten swampy in the spring/summer of a winter that Utah is having this year.

            Nice

              I bought these for myself and loved them so much I had to get some as Christmas gifts. Very popular with the skiers and snowboarders in my family. These are super warm and durable. The wool lining is super soft and warm, it also doesn't seem to get as funky smelling either. My two teenagers have these now and I think it is the wool that makes the smell difference.

              Tough gloves

                I usually wear mittens, and was a little reluctant to switch to gloves. I was recommended to buy these. The only critique I have about these gloves is that the thumb doesn't flex as much as I was expecting, but it doesn't really matter at all. I put a layer of wax over these once and since I bought them at the beginning of the season they have stood up excellently. easy for grabs on skis and knocking branches out of your face. They're incredibly warm and I have not warn a liner with them one time. The Velcro wrist strap is awesome and allows you to wrap it under your jacket. I would highly suggest these gloves. I bought the blue ones and they look great.

                Not as Good as I'd Hoped

                  I got the orange ones for Christmas and they definitely look sweet. But they aren't as waterproof or as warm as I had hoped. I think they fit kind of weird too. The fingers are too long, but it feels like there isn't enought material in the palm. The only reason I got these is because I lost my Dakine Dukes from a few years ago, and I'm missing my Dakines.

                  How do I wash these when they need it. ...

                  How do I wash these when they need it. Snots, sweat, etc. thanks

                  Is this pair of gloves waterproof and...

                  Is this pair of gloves waterproof and windproof? Is it suitable for skiing? And when would the blue/black be available in M size?

                  Trying to determine how bulky these are...

                  Trying to determine how bulky these are and if they would be thin enough for ice climbing...?

                  I am an older skier and have circulation...

                  I am an older skier and have circulation problems in my fingers. Is this the glove for me and the coldest elements?

                  this glove will keep you warm and has great dexterity,and with good circulation, and good level of activity can keep you warm. but it is not the warmest glove or mitten out there. for extreme cold, sedentary conditions like sitting on slow chair lift, the welder trigger mitt gives good dexterity while still being very warm, or mittens are a the best go to.