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Flylow Magarac Glove

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    Magarac Glove

    In the early 1930's, Joe Magarac emerged from an ore mine. Born inside of the heart of the mountain, Joe was physically made of steel, and came upon the earth to protect steel workers and ore miners. Magarac was the patron saint of steel workers, would come to be known as a legend for his brute strength that stopped a 50-tonne crucible from crashing onto a group of workers, and winning weight lifting contests left and right. Why is this all important? Because the FlyLow Magarac gloves are just as hardworking as Joe himself. While not made of steel, or born in an ore mine, the Magarac gloves are lightweight and durable, ready to work, and crafted from tough and rugged waterproof-coated pigskin leather, with stormproof Cordoura nylon backing for flexibility. Work hard through the winter, or shred the mountain in them, much like Magarac and the crucible, these gloves won't let you down.

    • Tough and light gloves for working hard all winter
    • Durable pigskin leather stands up to the elements
    • Stormproof Cordura back adds flexibility
    • Waterproof-coated to keep you dry
    • Item #FLG004X

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] pigskin leather, DWR treated [back] nylon Cordura
    slip on
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, casual, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

    Tech Specs

    What do you think about this product?


    >Rating: 5

    Nice and warm

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

    These so far have been great this season. Very warm and durable. My last set of gloves fell apart rather quickly but these are holding up great so far.

    >Rating: 4

    Warm and stylish

    Familiarity:I've used it several times

    These gloves are super warm and look really great. The quality is top notch. My fingers have stayed warm and dry in a variety of conditions. My only complaint is that the leather is fairly stiff so it makes getting my pole straps on a bit of a challenge but I'm hoping they break down and soften up over time.

    >Rating: 3

    I got the Lobster

    Familiarity:I've used it several times

    My pointer finger was freezing! The finger felt like it was manufactured too skinny, and I have really skinny fingers so anyone with wider appendages will have a really hard time. I like the look of them, and think they would be a really nice glove if they fit better. I suppose the large would be a little better, but then the glove would be too big in the palm.

    >Rating: 4


    Familiarity:I've used it several times

    Good all around ski glove. Not meant for the coldest days but work for almost every day on the mountain. Take a little to get broken in and softened up, but once they do you will be pumped you have them! Cannot beat the price either.

    >Rating: 5

    I Love Them So Much I Got 2 Pairs!


    >Rating: 5

    I Love Them So Much I Got 2 Pairs!

    I got the these gloves for everyday skiing on regular days that aren't super cold or super warm. I LOVE them so far and they have performed really well. I got the small since they are unisex, but I normally wear a women's medium. I wear a 7 in Hestra for reference. They fit me perfectly. So far, I've worn them in snowstorms with temps ranging from 38-28 and they've kept my hands warm and dry. As warm and dry as substantially more expensive Hestra Fall Lines (which I also love). I treated them with the included Nikwax and they haven't gotten wet yet. I started with the black pair and loved them so much I got the Vintage, as well! I highly recommend these and am glad to answer any questions if you've got them! amcclary@backcountry.com or 801-204-4562

    >Rating: 5

    Awesome Value

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    These gloves are great and live up to the Flylow quality I've come to know. Very warm and they even come with a little package of Nikwax waterproofing. I've worn gloves that cost 4x the price of these and have been just as happy. Great buy.

    >Rating: 4

    Update: 1 - Bargain Priced Outperformer

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    After one full year of abuse, these gloves have finally faltered. The stitching at the wrist of the glove has failed, with the wrist collar and body of the glove pulling apart. They have done the work of three other pairs that i'd usually go through. I will be looking to get them repaired nonetheless. Still best value, hardy and 'go to glove'. I go thru gloves, at least three if not four a season, based on a combination of work and pushing them to their limits...Just finished a full season in Australia in all types of conditions...so whilst these gloves don't have the articulation of MUCH more expensive gloves, they fit great, have terrific form and pretty good dexterity for a fraction of the cost of comparable 'work' type gloves. I have bruised battered and shredded pairs of the Ridge and the Tough Guy versions, the Magarac just steps it up a notch in terms of 'appearance' (if that matters). After a good coating of wax and a 'bake', they are bullet proof. Initially, the cuff is tight when you push into the glove, but over time this releases and they mold into your hand the more you use them. Whilst the Cordura is DWR coated, i used extra NikWax DWR, then rubbed in waxed for extra protection...never got wet, nor felt cold. If you smash gloves, but still want a little bit of style...don't spend three or four times this price...