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Gore-Tex Snow Glove

For dawn patrol descents and storm days at the resort, turn to the warm assistance of the Backcountry Gore-Tex Snow Gloves. Designed with the waterproof protection of Gore-Tex, these gloves keep your hands comfortably dry, while supple goatskin leather endures cold winter weather without wearing out.

  • Toasty utility gloves for skiing or riding in chilly wet conditions
  • Gore-Tex insert provides breathable, waterproof protection
  • Goatskin leather delivers supple durability and reliable grip
  • Padded knuckles and back of hand defend against branches or poles
  • Carabiner clip lets you attach gloves to harness or pack
  • Item #BCC00GH

Material
[face fabric] goat leather, [wrists] 92% nylon, 8% spandex, [lining] 100% polyester
Waterproofing
Gore-Tex
Insulation
PrimaLoft (100% polyester)
Style
glove
Closure
hook-and-loop
Palm Grip
leather
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 4

Good-Could be better

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Bought these to replace 10+ year old REI ski gloves. On the first day, they were quite warm and did a great job at Alta where temps were about 15F on the mountain. Hands were toasty. However, by the fourth day, the insulation in the gloves had packed down and they were losing their warmth. Hopefully, the performance will stabilize. If not, these gloves will need to be replaced. The gloves need a snow cuff. They are too short forcing the wearer to close the jacket around the glove rather than the other way around as is typical with a ski glove where the glove's cuff goes over the jacket sleeve. Others like this arrangement. Perhaps it depends on what you are used to. I like the Gortex. Hands stayed relatively dry:--- my hands tend to sweat, even on cold days.

>Rating: 4

Nice Gloves

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

I bought these to replace my old splitboard mittens and I'm liking the change a lot! The biggest thing that drew me to these mittens is the low profile looking wrist area and they did not disappoint in that area at all. Not too bulky and just the right amount of wrist coverage. They've got just the right amount of insulation and they kept my hands completely dry the couple times I've used them. These gloves feel durable and I'm excited to see how long they will last me.

>Rating: 5

Look No Further

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I absolutely love gloves that fit comfortably and slide right under my jacket. These gloves are really the best gloves I've put on. They are super warm, never get wet, and look really classy. I normally have some extra length in my fingers when I order a medium glove (always in between sizes) but with these gloves the medium fit like a glove (pun very much intended) but really I don't have any excess fabric in the fingertips and that leads to a warmer glove, and happy fingers. The last thing I want to mention is the next to skin feel. sometimes neoprene cuffs rub my wrists the wrong way, and it gives me a nails on the chalkboard kind of reaction. I did not have this problem at all, and am stoked to have such a comfortable and practical glove.