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Hestra Heli Ski Junior 3-Finger Glove - Kids'



Heli Ski Junior 3-Finger Glove

We get it. You don't like to admit that your child is uhh...better than you at skiing. Once you get over the fact that junior shreds harder than you, grab your little skiing prodigy the Hestra Heli Ski Junior 3-Finger Gloves for toasty warmth and waterproof protection.

Hestra's Triton three-layer nylon fabric envelopes your child's hands within a waterproof, breathable, and windproof oasis. Synthetic insulation adds a ton of warmth for days that barely crack into the single digits. A removable liner gives your kid versatility to combat wildly swinging temperatures, allowing you to remove the liner on balmy days or include the liner during frigid conditions. These gloves feature a gauntlet-style closure with a barrel-locking cuff, ensuring that your tiny pow-hound's hands remain warm and snow free when playing in freshies.

  • Triton three-layer polyamide fabric
  • Waterproof, breathable, and windproof protection
  • Synthetic insulation
  • Goat leather palm
  • Removable polyester liner
  • Gauntlet cuff with barrel-lock cuff
  • Carabiner with eyelet
  • Item #HES0171

[face fabric] Triton polyamide (3-layer), [palm] goat leather, [liner] polyester
Triton membrane
Removable Liner
yes, polyester
gauntlet 3-finger
barrel-lock cuff
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding, winter play
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Great for NH Forrest Preschool in Winter

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
47` 0"
50 lbs

We busted out last year's winter gloves, and my five year old said, "I love these gloves!" when he saw his old pair of Hestra Heli Ski Junior 3-Finger Gloves. He wore them everyday all winter at his New Hampshire forrest preschool. Outside in temps near zero for four hours at a time, and never complained of his hands being cold or wet at pick up. We were able to slip hand warmers between the two liners. We treated the leather to help waterproof them a few times over the season. Ordering a second pair for him in a larger size now!

>Rating: 2

These are NOT that warm.

I've used it several times
True to size

bought these mainly for the longer cuff, but my son is complaining they are cold on 25-30 degree days. NOT impressed. No room for hand warmers either. Don't waste your money. Swany's are Defiantly warmer.

>Rating: 1

These are terrible!

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

I purchased 4 pairs of these on the suggestion of the sales person at a reputable ski shop. (first mistake!) What they don't tell you is they're not waterproof and leak like sieves! For an adult this might be ok but for my 6 year old who spends some time on the snow its not good! My wife and older son both get cold hands with them. For $100 a pair I would expect perfection. Do yourself a favor and look at other brands.

>Rating: 4

No room for hand warmers

I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
True to size

Fits true to size. Purchased these for a nine year old girl. Therefore not the most accurate account on temperature control as she wears hand warmers no matter the weather. Not the best design for a kid glove as it is hard to fit any sort of hand warmer inside and the separate index finger gets very cold.

>Rating: 1

Skip these gloves for you little ones

I totally agree with the previous review. I bought these for my daughter because the lady at the shop swore these would keep her hands warm. The liners are 5 finger gloves so totally defeat the purpose of mittens. The leather also got very cold and actually kept the gloves themselves cold. Needless to say her hands were freezing before we even got to the top of the lift. Ended up buying her mittens for half the cost and she never complained again

>Rating: 2

Huge design flaw - liner has 5 fingers

I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
True to size

Handsome lobster mitts suffer from massive, though easily correctable design flaw. The inner liner is a 5-finger glove, not a lobster mitt. This completely defeats the concept of a mitt, which allows the fingers (in this case middle, ring & pinky) all to be in contact with each other, sharing warmth btwn them. With the glove liner, each finger is separated, disallowing for heat-transfer btwn fingers. Simply put, my oldest daughter's hands were painfully cold in her lobster mitts during a late Feb run to Mount Snow, while her younger sister brother were toasty warm in regular mittens.