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Hestra Morrison Pro Model Glove - Men's

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    10 Reviews


    Good enough for Seth.

    Hestra's Morrison Pro Model Glove might not give you the skills or the cojones to ski like Seth, but you can at least enjoy the same level of warmth and protection that he does. The Morrison's cowhide upper and army leather palm provide burly, but seriously supple, protection, and the CZone waterproof and breathable membrane keeps your hands dry when you're digging pits, hucking cliffs, and popping open celebratory brews after another successful day getting rowdy. Even Seth can get cold fingers, so Hestra packed the Morrison with toasty Thermolite insulation, and finished the cuff off with a hook-and-loop closure to make sure pow doesn't sneak in and send you back to the heli with cold and wet digits.

    • Cowhide upper
    • Army leather palm
    • Bemberg polyester lining
    • CZone waterproof and breathable membrane
    • Thermolite insulation
    • Hook-and-loop cuff closure
    • Item #HES002C

    Tech Specs

    [shell] cowhide, [palm] leather, [lining] bemberg polyester
    CZone insert
    hook-and-loop cuff
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are amazing. Like the title says, all I can say is, "Wow." They keep my hands toasty and bone dry. I am able to still use my hands for many tasks including buckling skis and putting on and taking off skins. I could not recommend these more, they are the best gloves I've ever owned.

    Best pair so far!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Love these gloves, they are the warmest I have ever used. they fit perfect and using skins and ski poles and other stuff is easy while wearing them. I totally recommend them.

    Warmest with best dexterity

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The Morrison is the warmest glove I own with great dexteriy. From handling skins in the Colorado Backcountry, to rigging a rappel in Chamonix they fit and protect my hands. And they have lasted me two full seasons of 150+ days touring and lift riding.

    When in doubt, by the Seth Mo Pro

      I purchased a pair of Seth Morrison 3-Finger gloves in 2013 and they are still going strong. The leather is in great condition and has not shown much wear. I continue to recondition them with Hestra's glove wax and they are as good as new.

      I recently decided I needed another pair of gloves - mainly for snowmobiling. I like to ride with my middle finger resting on the brake lever and found it a bit difficult to manage with the 3-finger. So, when I decided to pull the trigger, I immediately went to the Seth Morrison Pro. I have not been disappointed by this decision. I do find the velcro closure *slightly* more difficult to put on than the zipper version but I only noticed after reading other reviews and being cognisant of it while trying them on. Now that I have put some days in them, I find them a breeze to put on and take off.

      These have been perfect for snowmobiling and skiing and I definitely recommend them to anyone who needs a warm waterproof glove. While they are not expedition warmth, they have been plenty sufficient for all my days in Utah. They are a bit warm for touring so if you plan on ascending with gloves on, I would look at utilizing a liner or a lighter glove that offers a better compromise between ascending and descending.

      One final note, I purchased the cork color and the hestra balm tends to darken the beige leather. Not an issue for me at all but if you are concerned about color/wear, I would suggest opting for a darker pair. I think the hestra balm adds a nice weathered/used look - especially once you work it into all the crevices etc.

      Awesome Glove!

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

      These gloves hold up to their reputation. One of the warmer gloves made by Hestra for charging days. Too warm for touring, to be sure, but great for colder resort days here in Utah. Everything about this is fantastic--materials, looks, warmth. Great purchase. (Sizing was found to be consistent with other Hestra gloves/sizes purchased.)

      May have to size up

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

      I have been running gauntlet style gloves for last few years and decided I wanted something undercuff for the quiver to mix it up.

      The issue I ran into is that with the padding and such, the glove fits about one size tighter compared with my other hestras. In my case, I find the size 10 Morrison is running similar fit to my size 9 Helis.

      I went glove version on this, since I just felt like 3 finger was more appropriate for a gauntlet design like the Heli.

      If I remember, will add to the review once I have some significant time with them on the mountain.

      Update: After using these for a season, I do not recommend them. They are not especially warm. And they dont breathe at all so your hands are always dampish, I blame the CZone insert. I switched to the vastly superior Hestra Vertical Cut Freeride which oddly is now discontinued.

      Crem de la crem

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These gloves are amazing once broken in. They are a bit stiff OTB, but will soften over time. Zipper ensures you can get a very snug fit, while being able to put them on/off pretty easily. Can still be a tricky with sweaty hand. They are very warm-- too warm for many days-- so buy accordingly.

      The best

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

      I have the 3 finger Hestras and had to get these. I've worn Hestra gloves for many seasons and for me they have the best quality, protection, and warmth. Can't wait to put these to use this season

      Good not great

        Fit true to size in length, a bit tight to squeeze into. The Morrison's with the zipper are way easier to get on and off and simply broke in much nicer. Kept my hands warm hiking/sending flute bowl at Whistler. I expected to get a bit more bang for my buck.