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    41 Reviews


    Falt Guide Glove

    If you spend your workdays on your skis or ski like it's your job, you can't do without the Hestra Falt Guide Glove. This all-leather glove is a little stiff out of the box, but once it's broken in, you won't ski without it. Hestra designed the durable glove with a work cuff that lacks a zipper or snap closure; it's easy to get on and off to tie lines or dig through your pockets. The hardwearing glove has a removable wool liner you can leave in your car on warm days and dry it out in the patrol shack over lunch.

    • Two-in-one glove for spending lots of days on the mountain
    • Leather is durable yet malleable to conform to your hand
    • Removable wool liner manages moisture and temperature
    • Goatskin palm provides traction on your poles
    • Elastic wrist secures the fit and deflects snow
    • Slip-on design for easy on and off
    • Item #HES0021

    Tech Specs

    Removable Liner
    wool terrycloth, wool pile
    elastic wrist
    Palm Grip
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Perfect Glove

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Second pair of Hestra gloves. Fit is true. These are remarkably warm. Use liners on sub-zero days, but generally not needed warmer than single digits. As with previous gloves, the workmanship is superior to any other glove I've used. If you're seeking a pair of gloves that stand out, have no hesitation with these. Quality product.

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      There are okay cold weather gloves, and there are really good cold weather gloves. The Hestra Lars Falt Guide Gloves are one of the best you can buy for hiking and and bush crafting. I highly recommend these these gloves for anybody who spends any amount of time out in the wild.

      Well built and very warm

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These gloves are really nice. I bought them to replace an old pair of Hestra's that didn't have removable liners , so once the insulation was no longer effective, my only real choice was new gloves. These are great because now I can just replace the insulated liners when they get worn. Plus you can remove the liners when you go in the lodge to dry them out a bit.

      I've skied with these in -20F temps (before windchill) and my fingers were fine. I tend to run warmer than most, but I was surprised these did so well despite such cold temperatures.

      Not That Warm But Great Build Quality

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I would say I have above average sensitivity to cold when it comes to my fingers but by no means extreme sensitivity. Having bought mostly cheaper gloves that never seemed to keep my fingers warm, I had high hopes from the reviews I read that these would be what I had been looking for so I decided to pony up the cash. Although the build quality is amazing, I have now worn them 4-5 times in 30-35 degree weather, and although I would not say my fingers were "cold," they were definitely quite "cool" and most certainly NOT warm--really, in 30-35 degree weather?? The build quality of the glove is excellent so I am thinking it is a liner issue (I had concerns about this when I first tried them on), but for the money I paid, I wanted and expected a really warm glove for that kind of price. So, my search either continues for a warmer glove or I now look for a warm liner to wear underneath them and hope that does the trick. I'll probably go the new liner route as that beats paying for brand new gloves. Summary: Excellent build quality, but really disappointed overall, as at this price point, these gloves did not deliver the warmth that I think they should, so I cannot recommend these unless you already have a warm pair of liners to substitute in place of what comes with these gloves.

      True to size, always a good call

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have several pairs of Hestra gloves. I like these for drier and mid temp days. Not sure they are the best if it is super cold. The material is sturdy and holds up to anything. Even on wet days they dry out quickly. Fits true to size.

      So warm

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have the Jon Olsen Pro in a size 11 and this fits a little bigger. An incredibly warm glove, sometimes even too warm. Put it through minus 20 Celcius temperatures and this thing is just incredible. And the leather has interesting treatment to it so don`t worry if they are white ... They will stay that way for a long, long time

      Best damb glove ever

        I have been skiing in new england for the last 30 years. In the past few years my Kincos weren't keeping up. I kept having to buy new pairs. They would not dry out overnight and on her cold days they just wouldn't keep the fingers warm. I met an old timer who was wearing just. His falt guides on a -10 degree day. I figure why not try them. I purchased size 11. My hand cirx measures 9.75 inches. Gloves broke in nicely. Right away I put hestra balm on them. And repeated again two days later. Took then out on a very cold and windy February ski day here in New England and my hands were perfect. By the end of the day I could see perspiration coming to the surface of the leather. However the Terry wool line was dry. After a 7 hour ski day with lots of runs. They held up on a pretty cold day. They get better with use ! A must buy

        Love These Gloves

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        These are truly awesome gloves as the material on the inside keeps your hand warm and the material on the outside is quality leather that keeps the outside temperatures away. I would recommend sizing up as I initially bought the 10's and was torn whether he should go up or not as his fingers were right at the edge. Ultimately we were glad we went up a size as now he can get the gloves on easier and has more room for his hands to breath.

        One glove to rule them all

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

        Their is gloves and then theirs GLOVES! These are the latter. I take great pride in researching my purchases and these are ones that I've spent quite a bit of time obsessing over. If you are looking at these you probably already know what they are. Exquisite craftsmanship on these as I've come to expect from Hestra. The stiching is a work of art in themselves. The removable wool liners add another dimension and protection from the cold. If you practice survival skills or bushcraft these are the gloves to own. They can be used in a variety of outdoor situations though so there is no way you can put them in a box. Unless you want to protect them because they are so dang awesome. Had my eye on them awhile and finally are a part of the gear arsenal. Backcountry shipped them safe and securely as always. Highly recommended! #goatworthy

        Long Term Glove

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I have had these gloves for over ten years. They are beastly. After original waterproofing, they have stayed relatively waterproof. The liners have packed out and lost a bit of warming properties, but that will be solved with new liners I believe. There is a little split between the pointer and middle finger that has been repaired once, but I am going to have it repaired again before the snow flies.

        The only situation where these gloves fall short is deep storm riding days when you're not going to take your gloves off at all. They are loose around the cuff which makes for awesome accessibility but leaves a big space for cold and snow to get in. In those situations, I wear the Army Leather or XTR shorts.

        Long Term Glove


        • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
        • Fit: True to size
        • Height: 5'5"

        Holy moly, these are warm. I was actually looking for a spring glove, and this was the wrong choice for that, but would be phenomenal for winter. The liner comes out to help dry them out faster. I suppose you could use a different liner for warmer days? Though you would definitely want a liner of some sort as the shell is not meant to be worn on it's own (lots of seams in there and they would be quite loose as they need to allow for that ultra warm hestra liner they come with).

        Given as gift - but asked for by name

        • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: Large
        • Height: 6'2"
        • Weight: 195lbs

        When the brother asked for these by name I figured he must just be picky, but then I saw the reviews. It seems Hestra is onto something with this guide glove.

        I put them on before wrapping them up and quality and workmanship are excellent. He's been raving about them since (he used them as an all-around tough-as-nails glove for snowmobiling, hunting, snow-shoeing etc.

        Good glove

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size

        I wore these up skiing for the first time, and I'm am real pleased with these gloves. Temperature dropped to 4 above. My fingers weren't sweating, but my hands stayed comfortable. The guy I was skiing complained of cold fingers all day. He's looking at Hestra gloves now.

        Bomber Gloves

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: 8

        I was introduced to Hestra in Austria in'00 and wanted a pair ever since so getting these has been a long time coming.

        Size 8, great fit, WARM, bomber leather construction, no Velcro!!...

        The Perfect Glove

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: Runs small

        Trust me, I have been through them all. Both as a competitive skier and recreational- and this is by far the best gloves I have ever owned. The wool liner keeps you warm even when wet, easy on/off (wide cuff) for work on the slopes and machinery, a great fit after a few hours use and always warm. I usually go for mittens in colder temperatures, but not so much with these. They hold up to just about everything except the most extreme temperatures.

        Warm and durable glove

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: 10
        • Height: 6'2"
        • Weight: 175lbs

        One of the better gloves I have had. Warm but the dexterity remains awesome. The wool liner is great and keeps your hands dry. Working in these gloves everyday and they still remain in great shape. Waterproofed the gloves twice this year and have had no problems with soaking through.

        Go to Hand Sheild

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size

        The big problem with these is that once you have them, nothing else will do. They even smell like high quality craftsmanship. They were a little tight on first wear but broke in like a dream. Everybody that plans on abusing their mitts in the cold should have a pair.

        Warm glove that holds up to abuse

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: Runs small

        The gloves come small even going off of the size chart that is provided. They have since stretched out, but still seem a little small. I took the gloves ice climbing and used them to rappel and belay and they both stood up to the abuse and kept my hands warm. While backcountry skiing in high winds, my hands were still warm. The waterproof coating on the gloves still works for me even after using them during ice climbing. The only downside to these gloves is that they are not full gauntlet. One thing that would be wonderful is to have a little more material to extend up the forearms with a drawstring at the end to tighten them down. While the current material keeps the majority of the moisture out, i noticed there was some cold air flowing into the gloves while skiing. I tried to put the gauntlet material under my jacket, but it was too big. A drawstring in the end of the gloves would take care of the airflow issue and make the gloves even warmer, as well as better for deep snow.

        Ready for Winter Storms!

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

        I recently purchased these gloves as a gift for my father, who lives in the sometimes Polar Vortex-prone Midwest. Here's what he had to say:

        Before trying them on, they already look durable and comfortable. Upon wearing them, the careful design and construction is clear. The fit is good - aided by the Hestra fit guides and some sneaky Christmas time measurements emailed by family

        First, the lining - which is warm, and also helpfully kind to hands which get chapped, not only by winter cold, but by frequent hand washing at the hospital. The terry cloth palm area, helpfully absorbent, and soft. The wool, warm. The gloves are also adaptable for other liners should the need arise.

        As for the main outer glove - wonderful flexibility, even as new. I am expecting years and years of good use. Durable, able to take on outdoor work and activity, with enough mobility. The first test, Winter Storm Goliath - with snow, sleet and 40 mph winds. Got the car cleared and home safely, hands warm - and the gloves shedding the snow and ice.

        Colder temperatures and driveway clearing the next morning gave a longer, more severe test of protection from cold, and they were wonderful for the job. Looking forward to more recreational outdoor pursuits in the weeks ahead!

        Best Gloves I've Ever Worn

        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: 10
        • Height: 6'0"
        • Weight: 210lbs

        These gloves are great!
        They are unbelievably well made, perfect fit and very warm.
        I've worn these in 0 degree F days and they were warmer than any other gloves I own. The wool liner feels great and they are really tough. I do wish that they came in solid black, but that is my only complaint with them. These are 1 of the few pairs I've ever had that the thumbs weren't too long.
        I even bought a second pair to have as spares.

        Unanswered Question

        What do they weigh? In, say, size 11, or...

        What do they weigh? In, say, size 11, or whatever you've got.

        How is the length of the fingers compared...

        How is the length of the fingers compared to other gloves you own?


        If you are concerned about what sort of size you should buy, check out the sizing guide provided by BC right below the drop-down tab you click to select a size.

        Or is it that you are concerned about finger length because you have atypically long fingers for your hand size?

        does this glove stretch much? I seem to...

        does this glove stretch much? I seem to be between the 9 vs. 10 based on the sizing guide.

        Husband says his didn't stretch out in size. I sized mine according to chart and it worked out well for me, but I'd size up. (I'm a 7 and they're a bit big but find they still have a good technical feel to them).

        I'm on the fence about these gloves versus...

        I'm on the fence about these gloves versus army XCR. I want a glove that'll be great for the Tahoe area (read the gamut from spring skiing to wet pow). My biggest concern about these ones is waterproofing. How do these hold up in an all out wet blizzard? Are they going to soak through? I've got a pair of older marmot gloves that have a leather palm (doesn't look like marmot makes them anymore) and they just soak right through when it gets wet.

        Best Answer

        If you're worried about them getting wet, just get some SNOW SEAL and really work those babies in. They'll be waxy and waterproof in no time and will keep the wetness at bay much, much longer. Double up with a membrane like latex gloves underneath and your own moisture won't effect it either for the coldest or wettest days.

        Also: have you considered your own sweat factor?

        When I'm excited or scared by a line, my lands let me know! Then I freeze! Especially in warmer (-7 and warmer) weather...

        The wool liner rocks for comfort when wet/sweaty.

        The soft lovely liner of the other Hestra products freezes my hands when I'm terrified. And what would a ski trip be without a little terror??

        Looking to replace the original liners for...

        Looking to replace the original liners for my gloves. These are and awesome product. 4 years though and I neeed new liners.

        I'm on the fence about whether to purchase...

        I'm on the fence about whether to purchase the Hestra Guide Glove or the Heli Glove. I'm a sit skier, and I'm on track to get about 100 days this season, skiing and teaching at Telluride. I want a glove that will be very durable, very water-resistant, and keep powder out when it gets deep. I would immediately get the Guide Glove, but my only concern is that it looks like the gauntlet can't be tightened around my forearm, whereas the Heli Glove can be tightened. Since I have to stick my arms through outriggers when I ski, this could be a bit of a hassle if I can't get the gloves tight enough. Anyone have experience with both pairs?

        I own both pairs of these gloves. I personally prefer the guide over the heli. I tend to take my gloves off quite a bit on a pow day, either to dj or just adjust things when im splitboarding. I found the the cuff on the heli gets a lot more snow in it then the guide. Its also bulkier so it can be a pain to stuff into your sleave. Either way these are both fantastic gloves and I would wear either of them on any day. I just prefer the smaller profile of the guide. Hope this helps

        I own both pairs of these gloves. I personally prefer the guide over the heli. I tend to take my gloves off quite a bit on a pow day, either to dj or just adjust things when im splitboarding.  I found the the cuff on the heli gets a lot more snow in it then the guide. Its also bulkier so it can be a pain to stuff into your sleave. Either way these are both fantastic gloves and I would wear either of them on any day. I just prefer the smaller profile of the guide. Hope this helps

        how do we figure sizing on these when...

        how do we figure sizing on these when ordering on the internet?

        how do we figure sizing on these when...

        Measure the length of your hand from the of the middle finger to where the palm meets the wrist. Then measure the wides part of your hand, excluding the thumb. Then there should be a sizing guide link at the top of the page otherwise here is the link to it:

        I've found the measurement system to work fairly well. I've always bought gloves online and I don't think i've ever had to exchange because the sizing was wrong.