The Winter Adventure Guide: Explore More in Season Four
Home Page

Detail Images

Current Color

Hestra Touring Leather Pull Over Mitten


Free Shipping on orders over $50*

Leather Pull Over Mitten

Whether you're out for a backcountry tour or are lapping the skate track with friends, slip the Hestra Leather Pull Over Mitten on top of your liner gloves for added protection from the elements. Gore Windstopper on the back of hand blocks chilly gusts and the goat leather palm and pre-curved fingers offer you a secure grip on your poles. Pull them on and tighten them up for a fit that seals out the cold with the elastic pull strap that fastens with a hook-and-loop closure.

  • Lightweight shell mitten for backcountry and cross country skiing
  • Gore Windstopper back of hand protects fingers from the elements
  • Goat leather palm offers grip and elevates the mitten's durability
  • Pre-curved fingers enhance dexterity for reliable pole grip
  • Elastic pull strap with hook-and-loop closure secures mittens
  • Fitted design offers low-bulk protection over liner gloves
  • Item #HES005A

Gore Windstopper (100% polyester), goat leather
elastic pull strap with hook-and-loop closure
Palm Grip
goat leather
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, nordic classic, nordic skate, nordic touring
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

These gloves rule

I've put it through the wringer

Super lightweight and durable for those early morning skins where your hands are getting sweaty or those spring time park laps. Deff recommend to anyone looking for a lightweight glove!

>Rating: 5

Great for slipping over glove liners

I've put it through the wringer

These mittens come in handy when you're wearing thin glove liners and your hands get cold. Just slip them over the liners and your hands should heat up pretty quickly. I mainly use them when splitboarding but I've also used them by themselves snowboarding on a warmer day. They don't fit snug like a regular mitten (when using them alone ) but they do a decent job for a lightweight mitten.

>Rating: 4

Warm, very thin material

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

These are comfortable for driving in the car or layering over a pair of thin gloves or glove liners. I'm not sure what else I'd use them for, but maybe they'll show more use in the next few months with ski touring starting up again. :)