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Hestra Fall Line Glove - Men's

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    The durable Hestra Fall Line gloves add warmth without bulk.

    Hands rarely get enough love on the mountain, but the Hestra Fall Line Glove will cradle your mitts in water-repellent, impregnated aniline cowhide and a soft polyester lining, making them feel like a punishing day on the hill is actually a relaxing beach vacation. The Fall Line uses low-profile synthetic fiberfill insulation to keep your paws warm without sacrificing the dexterity provided by the supple leather exterior. Add in comfortable external seams and a neoprene cuff with hook-and-loop closure, and the Fall Line is the perfect combination of warmth, dexterity, durability, and comfort for a day (or season) of tearing up the mountain.

    • Water-repellent impregnated aniline cowhide
    • Soft polyester lining
    • Synthetic fiberfill insulation
    • External seams
    • Neoprene cuff
    • Hook-and-loop cuff closure
    • Item #HES0161

    Tech Specs

    Material
    impregnated aniline cowhide
    Waterproofing
    impregnated cowhide
    Insulation
    fiberfill
    Closure
    hook and loop
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Hedges lined gloves

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Measuring indicated size 9 buy ordering other gloves for ice fishing ordered size 11 fingers are all the way to top of gloves and hand fits snug . Ice fisherman know loose is warm snug or tight is cold hands . Waring them to see if they will a stretch out but fingers touching end of gloves afraid tips of fingers will end up cold because of lack of extra room . Globes are great otherwise .

    Impressed

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I wore these gloves for two days of Kiteskiing in Norway in mid-February and the following two days skiing powder. Plenty warm even with 20kt winds and good enough dexterity to grip the kite bar and even attach the lines. Gloves were extremely comfortable skinning up the mountain and warm enough over the course of the day even when they were wet. This was my first season using the gloves, interested to see how they hold up after a few more tough winters.

    Awesome and GREEN!

      It looks like they no longer have the green ones but these gloves are awesome. They are very well made, durable and, I find, quite warm. I have used them for east coast skiing and coaching outdoor hockey and have never had an issue. I would absolutely recommend. They are expensive but do go on sale.

      Nice fit, but don't stay warm.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Owned these gloves several years now. I love the fit and styling. Very dexterous. They were never going to be my really cold weather glove, but they were pretty warm to start out. I used them for 10-32 deg days. They performed great the first year. I treated with hestra's leather balm. The second year, the insulation got packed out or something because they became much less warm. I don't use them for anything below 25 deg because my fingers get cold and stay cold. Otherwise, they are still great. Still fit and grip good. The leather and stitching is holding up great. Just not as warm as they used to be.

      Fail Safe for Cold Hands

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      I love Hestra's gloves and purchased the Fall Line Glove as a holiday gift for a permanently cold-handed individual. These are an amazing combination of a trim fitting glove that is perfectly warm. The neoprene cuff easily fits under your jacket cuff, the leather is naturally wind proof, and the liner is awesome for how thin it seems. Make sure to keep the outer properly treated and the Fall Line Glove will take care of your hands for many winters.

      z best

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've seen a couple reviews stating that these gloves are not warm enough and I have no idea how thats possible. Ive worn nothing but hestra the last 4 years and was just as stoked on this pair of fall lines. warm, dexterous and stylish.

      The best from the best

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Hestra is one of the best glove manufacturers out there. The fall line does not disappoint. Some of the most dexterous and comfortable gloves on the market.

      Most Comfortable Gloves Ever!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Hands down the most comfortable glove I've ever owned. The printable sizing chart helped me pick out the perfect size. I love the velcro cuff that keeps the snow out and the dexterity of the leather. Hestra knows gloves and these are amazing!

      Best Every Day Mitt

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These gloves provide a perfect balance of weight and dexterity. I've had a pair of Hestra Morrisons for a while and rarely used them over Kincos, because they were too hot, stiff and difficult to take on/off. Fall Lines find the sweet spot between those options and make for a great every-day glove. Morrisons would be good for very wet or very cold climates but Fall Lines are a more versatile option.

      Now I get it

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Have coveted these and finally sprang for them - after smearing their sticky beeswax all over them, thought maybe I'd been nuts... A half dozen freezing winter outings later I LURVE these things and know they will only get better the more they're beaten up. If you can afford it, some amazing old school gear. Many things nowadays feel throwaway or replaceable, these gloves are the opposite!

      Lives up to the Hestra name

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This is my 2nd pair of Hestras. Everyone that sees them talks about how they want to get some because they heard they're so nice. the leather is soft, quality is on point and even comes with some leather conditioner and instructions! I'll get some mittens of the same model for the really cold days but for 80% of the days in utah these things are lovely.

      Hestra nails it again

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      You are not going to find a more versatile glove out there. I wear these 75% of the season....a little warm for spring and I need something a bit warmer for the bitterly cold days...otherwise they are my go to glove. The leather is great for dexterity, will last you for many seasons (I am on 4 seasons with mine), and just like a fine wine they get better with time.

      Hestra nails it again

      2 Seasons In

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've been using the Hestra Fall Line gloves for 2 seasons of resort use as my warmest glove. Last year I skied with them at zero degrees a few days, without liners, and they worked for half days, but my hands would start to get cold if I stayed out longer than 4 hours or so. With liners, they're unbelievably warm.

      They're outstiched on the fingers, which provides awesome pole grip and dexterity for such a think and padded glove. I've never sealed these guys with snow seal, but I will do so this year. They're not mitten warm, because they're gloves, but they look fantastic and feel incredible. I like the short cuff for wearing under my jacket, too.

      If you're like me, you have 4-5 sets of gloves/mitts for different uses, and these will definitely fill a role in the quiver. Incredibly well made, beautifully stitched, warm, and dexterous.

      Unanswered Question

      I bought a size 8 and it is snug. It feels like maybe just a hair too tight. Will these stretch out a bit over time or should I go for the next size up?

      Has anyone from the Pacific Northwest/Cascades used these? I am considering for days when it isn't raining/snowing out...but let's face it, nothing stays dry around here and I am hesitant to go with a glove that isn't completely waterproof. Any thoughts?



      hey tracy. i recently bought these gloves when i was in whistler. i didn't need a pair because i have some rad mitts but they looked great and the sales person said they were super warm. i'm a pretty "warm-blooded" guy and don't get cold easy. I have to say, these gloves are NOT warm. The conditions I were in I would say was about -10 (celcius) or so, so not the coldest. They were OK while riding but I think the problem is that they aren't windproof. I'm sure they'll be fine in the spring but I would say they are by no means warm.

      Is the wax supplied to be applied before first use? Or is it for after several wears?



      Thanks

      Apply before first use to maximize waterproofing capabilities. Apply by heating the glove with a blow dryer first, then apply wax generously, and then heat again to allow wax to seep into the leather. Let dry overnight. I've done this with mine and they're super waterproof. Even in the slop at Park City a few weeks ago when they were experiencing 45-50 degree temps and wet snow. By the way, I found these gloves to be extremely warm.

      Any additional waterproofing needed/recommended?

      I would suggest using Nikwax Creme Waterproofing for Leather. It will keep the leather conditioned/prevent it from drying out and cracking as well as keep them waterproof.



      http://www.backcountry.com/nikwax-creme-waterproofing-wax-for-leather?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6bmlrd2F4OjE6OTpuaWt3YXg&skid=NIK0059-ONECOL-S34OZ

      Unanswered Question

      Will the tan color becom darker after...

      Will the tan color becom darker after putting wax? I really like the cork color from the hestra backcountry.com special edition.... but cant do with the green on them