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Gordini Wrangell 3 Finger Ski Glove - Men's

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Wrangell 3 Finger Ski Glove

Made with Pittards goatskin leather, the Gordini Wrangell 3 Finger Ski Glove is a bomb-proof glove built for the modern freeskier. Since it's reinforced with genuine American bison leather for increased durability, you won't have to worry about doing your own reinforcement with duct tape halfway through the season. The neoprene cuff slides easily under your jacket sleeves, and the neoprene leash keeps them handy when you're cracking open a cold one on the chair lift. Primaloft insulation provides warmth without being too bulky so you won't have to shed them every time you adjust your gear. 

  • Pittards goatskin leather
  • Goatskin palm
  • Bison leather reinforced areas
  • PrimaLoft insulation
  • Hydrowick lining
  • Neoprene cuff and leash
  • Hook and loop closure at cuff
  • Item #GOR000E

[face fabric] Pittards goat leather, [lining] Hydrowick, [cuff, leash, and wrap cap] neoprene
hook-and-loop strap
Palm Grip
Recommended Use
skiing, freeskiing

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>Rating: 5

Bomber and warm

I've put it through the wringer

I've had these for a few years now and they've held up great. They regulate temperature really well. I've had them on 0 degree days with crazy wind and I've used them on warmer spring days. They keep my hands warm on the coldest days but they don't get sweaty on warmer days. They seem to breathe well. Best of all after a few seasons of use they're still my go-to gloves. No seems waring out, no thin spots in the insulation, no holes, still waterproof (I apply Nikwax leather wax here and there).

Thanks for the feedback, Chris!

>Rating: 4

Great glove

I've used it several times

Great glove that is comparable to the Hestra Fall Line. Really dig the wrist straps. I use it for taking photos so the finger is really nice to have.

>Rating: 3

Wrangell review

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

Nice looking gloves but despite being right size did not fit my hand well, the worst part was the thumb with too much length and not enough warmth, thumb froze while rest of hand was only okay during a classic cold Vermont ski day.

>Rating: 5

Hestra Replacement

I love the feel of Hestra's, so dexterous. However, they haven't lasted as long as I'd like. These Gordini's look like they are built with quality and offer almost the same amount of movement as the Hestra's do. I use these for ski touring and can transition no problem.

>Rating: 5

Adios Hestra

I've used it several times

I also had the Hestra Morrison Pro gloves, size 10. At first I was happy, but in a short 3 seasons the colors of the gloves bled and the liner of both gloves came unstitched from the interior of the glove. Essentially every time i would take off the gloves the liner would come out, turn inside out and make it difficult to put back on...not easy with cold hands. After making a couple of calls to Hestra warranty dept. with no call backs I decided to start from scratch. These gloves have an obvious design similarity to the Hestra and probably what drew me to them at first. However, once I got the gloves in my hands i noticed a better fit and finish. The overall fit of the size large fit my hand better, the stitching looks cleaner and so far the dexterity has been equal or better to the Hestra. My one complaint is that the wrist cuffs are a little smaller than the Hestra so the initial sense of security wasn't initially there, but after 5 days on the snow, this was just in my head. The other feature that overshadows the Hestra is the velcro closure around the wrist. Where the Hestras had a zip closure that didn't always keep snow out and hands dry, the Gordini have kept hands dry and warm in multiple conditions. If you're looking for a higher end glove at a competitive price, this is the ticket.

>Rating: 5

Better than hestra?

I've used it several times

Dare I say it? I guess I already did.... These gloves blew my mind last season. I came from a set of Hestra morrision pros which I loved! I thought it was the best glove ever, until I got these. The Gordini fits every bit as well, I wore a 10 in the hestra and Large in these. The dexterity is almost as good, though the hestra does have it beat on that front. (I can' operate my DSLR with the morrisons, it's hit or miss with the Wrangells) But these gloves seem to breath better with the fabric back, they're just as waterproof, and to me seem warmer. The wrist keeper strap things are well thought out and very unobtrusive, you forget you have them on until you drop a glove and it's still with you on the lift... I ski in the PNW mostly. I put about 40 days on these so far. These gloves saw conditions ranging from 40 degrees and sraining to -teens in Jackson last winter. They performed great in all these conditions. Obviously they got soaked after a day of warm/rainy conditions but short of a pair of Atlas's what wouldn't?... So far as durability goes, I haven't put so much as a scratch on these. Normally a glove show's a bit of wear after 40 days of my abuse but these ones have just laughed at me so far. I think I'll get a lot of seasons out of them!