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Hestra Wakayama Glove

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Wakayama Glove

Offering vintage style that an old ranch hand would approve of, the Hestra Wakayama Glove is warm enough for daily winter wear and tough enough for working in the field. Cowhide leather gives it a classic look along with rugged durability, and the plush wool terry lining provides warmth for the chilliest days.

  • Tough, warm glove for work or everyday wear
  • Cowhide exterior is tough and supple
  • Wool terry lining offers plush warmth
  • Paracord wrist and neoprene cuff lock in heat
  • Item #HES003P

Material
cowhide, wool terry lining
Style
casual glove
Closure
paracord
Recommended Use
casual
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Glove Love

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
11

A good pair of gloves goes a very long way. And these are better than good. I wear these for winter dog walks, car scrapes and out on the town when it is frigid. They look amazing, they perform great, and the wool does a great job regulating temperature. Highly recommend these.

>Rating: 1

They Shrink!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

A LOT!! The first pair I bought were my usual size in Hestra and they fit perfectly until they got wet from skiing all day. After drying they had shrunk so much they no longer fit correctly and were cold to wear. But I really liked the style and they are far warmer than my Fall Line gloves (which I’ve had three pair that have simply wore out, but never shrunk), so I gave my old brand new gloves to my wife and bought a size up this season. They seemed a little big at first, but once again after wearing them skiing a few times they have shrunk so much it’s now uncomfortable to wear them. Cool retro styling and really warm and soft, but guaranteed to be too small after a day in wet conditions.

I know the interior of these gloves are wool. I wonder, are you using a glove dryer on the gloves or maybe drying them by the fire? Maybe, just maybe this could cause that wool to shrink???

Did you waterproof them first?

>Rating: 5

My go to "casual" glove

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I got these looking for a lighter weight glove for cold nights on the town, as well as tasks where I know my hands won't be getting too wet. I couldn't believe how great these gloves are. And they feel just incredible inside and out. Not to mention how stylish they are!

>Rating: 5

Classy, Comfy, and functional

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These gloves work for around town, or touring in the mountains. The wool lining feels incredible. You get what you pay for, and these gloves don’t disappoint. Comfort level is high.

>Rating: 5

Around town style

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These gloves are perfect for the cold morning drives to work or the trail head. Incredibly fashionable, but the usefulness of them does not suffer for fashion. Lining is soft to the touch and has been warm down to 20 degrees so far. I typically don't spend this kind of money on gloves that I will be putting through days working outside, but he leather feels as though it would last up to hard, work days in all conditions.

>Rating: 4

Waka-yah-man!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Felt these and fell in love - expected them to be glorified around-the-town gloves but now use them as my go-to touring glove and even have worn them comfortably them night riding in temps down to the teens.

>Rating: 5

Different but just as good

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

A slightly different kind of Hestra. This liner feels different than the other Hestras I have (ski cross). Kind of crunchier but just as warm so far. Zero complaints but the wax treatment did make them a lot darker and kind of sticky--that wears off easily enough. They're not built for technical use but they kill it around town. Overall, everything you would expect when you pay this much.

>Rating: 5

Best Everyday Glove!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I look forward to putting these gloves on! They fit very well, and all the seams allow natural movement for my fingers. The leather is super soft, but also extremely strong. I've used them many times to shovel the walk and they show no signs of wear. Also, and probably most important, they are warm and the interior lining is very comfortable. Classic look. Very pleased with them.

>Rating:

Just two quick questions. Is the Wool terry lining 100% wool or is there any synthetic material in it? Question two, how is the warmth with these gloves. How would -35C (-31F) or lower fair with these gloves? Thank you in advance for taking the time to answer my question.

Hi there! According to Hestra's site, the lining is 100% wool! Brands don't provide temperature ratings on clothing because warmth depends on many different variables including activity level, metabolism, perspiration, and weather. These are definitely not the warmest gloves you can buy, so I think that they probably wouldn't work for temperatures that low.

>Rating:

are these gloves made in America?

Hey Giovanna, these are made in China. Shooting over a photo of the tag here, have them sitting at my desk right in front of me. They are great gloves though, I have been very impressed with them, let me know if you do have any other questions on them or on sizing and I would be happy to help. My direct line is 801.204.4547 or you can reach me at cojohnson@backcountry.com. Cheers, Connor