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Hestra Army Leather GTX 3-Finger Mitten - Men's

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    21 Reviews

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    Warm and flexy for the slopes.

    Hestra made the Army Leather GTX 3-Finger Mitt with a Gore-Tex membrane, a stretchy softshell fabric, and a split-finger design so you can maintain hand dexterity, warmth, and dryness on the slopes.

    • Waterproof breathable Gore-Tex membrane blocks wetness during even the nastiest winter storms
    • Flextron wind- and waterproof softshell adds stretch without compromising dryness
    • Split-finger design provides more dexterity than a full mitten and more finger-warmth than a glove
    • Synthetic insulation boosts hand warmth
    • Eagle Grip pre-curved design follows the natural curve of your hand for comfort
    • Item #HES0120

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] Triton polyamide (3-layer), [palm] army goat leather
    Waterproofing
    Gore-Tex membrane
    Insulation
    Fiberfill
    Removable Liner
    no
    Style
    3-finger gauntlet
    Closure
    hook-and-loop wrist strap, drawcord
    Recommended Use
    skiing/snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Best Mittens on the Market - Crab Claw!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Hestra has established itself and the premier leather mitten and glove maker and these are exemplary! The inside is plush and super cozy for your fingers, the leather is supple but durable, and your hands stay dry and warm thanks to the gore-tex liner. I love the crab claw as it adds a level of practical usability but still offers the same level of warmth and comfort. Use them under any weather conditions, save only the warmest of spring skiing/riding days!

    When you want the best...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    ...you have to buy the best. These are incredible mittens. I love the crab claw, as it allows just enough dexterity to do basic functions, like grabbing a zipper or buckle on my bindings, that can be impossible with regular mittens. They are incredibly warm and soft on the inside, offering great protection from the elements. I highly recommend spending a little extra for this GoreTex version.

    Wow

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

    Great, great gloves. Got them in the mail yesterday, took them out for a three hour fat bike ride this morning at 5 below. Kept my hands perfectly warm, while avoiding claminess by venting exceedingly well. Good dexterity for shifting and braking, working zippers and cord pulls, etc.

    Not durable, otherwise good

      The bad: They do not seem durable. I saw a youtube video warning to be careful handling skis while wearing these gloves. So I have been careful, but after a few days on the slopes, I am already seeing some edge marks in the mitts from picking up skis. So really, you can't handle your skis at all with these. This is inexcusable in my mind. You should be able to handle skis with abandon wearing ski gloves, I do with all my other pairs including Hestra Morrison Pro model and have no issues.

      Otherwise, I rather like them for cold days. They breathe well and are waterproof. Gauntlet seals out the cold.

      Just okay

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Height: 6'1"
      • Weight: 168lbs

      These gloves are too hot when it is hot and my hands froze when it was cold, they have a build in liner that separates your fingers that I feel takes away from the need warmth when it gets cold. The wrist straps are nice for taking them off quickly but they swing too much if your are trying to tour with them dangling. They will just be my back up gloves.

      Meh...

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

      I wanted to love these but I just can't. My primary use for these is/was fat-biking in bitter cold Minnesota, with temps sometimes down to -20 F. Was hoping these "lobster mitts" would be awesome but they just can't keep my hands warm enough. Even tried adding merino wool and, separately, synthetic Marmot liners (in addition to built in liners). Still, hands were cold at 10 F. Bummer.

      On positive side, these are beautifully made and may be perfect for alpine skiing or related outdoor fun.

      Not worth $175

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 10
      • Height: 5'11"
      • Weight: 155lbs

      Had these for 3 or 4 seasons and they are already wearing out.
      For that price I expect them to last.
      Thinning spots on the leather and liner.
      And they won't warranty it.

      Exactly what I expected

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size
      • Height: 5'6"

      I was hesitant to purchase these gloves having not tried on a pair in person, but I'm glad I made the decision that I did. The gloves kept my hands perfectly dry and warm on a typical, wet PNW pow day. Fir runs perfectly true to size.

      Amazing gloves!!

        I used them this year at solitude, and my hands were happy for six hours a day of skiing for two weeks straight!!! What is everyone complaining about? Definitely worth the money!!👍🏿

        Not worth the money

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

        I am so surprised these gloves get good reviews. I hear folks on the mountain complaining about them on a regular basis. I ski every weekend, in some pretty cold harsh conditions- locally and ski vacations. My fingers are FROZEN. I bought them end of last season and thought they were great...well, that is because it was spring skiing and they were. Single digits is a different story. And because the three finger concept is "open" , there is a place for each digit, you can't even get a "hot hands" in there to help out. I am so disappointed and so angry I spent so much money on these gloves. Don't do it.

        Hestra Army Leather GTX 3-Finger Mitt $

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

        These are great gloves but one reason I bought them was the replacement liner, which it turns out isn't available. E.g. it's offered for sale by Hestra but they don't actually stock them. Tried off and on for 2 years and Hestra doesn't actually sell the. A bit of hoax by Hestra.

        First time Hestra owner

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
        • Fit: True to size

        Wanted the warmth of a mitten but with more dexterity. Used once on a semi temperate day skiing. Kept hands warm although it was mild. Was taking my hand in and out of the glove frequently to track skiing app and had no issues. The lining never moved or came out so to speak so I would say that is a plus to not having a removable liner. Used the fit guide and the sizing was true to their chart. So far happy with quality of product but it hasn?t been tested long term. Hope this review helps. I Haven?t put the free oil on yet for end of season storage but will.

        Warm hands reached

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
        • Fit: True to size

        These gloves were everything they were billed for and more. My hands were warm for the first time in a long time of skiing. I did not have to wear liners ever and the way they have those wrist straps set up are just perfect. Anyone looking to have a pair of mittens that are warm and you can grasp things with I would highly recommend these.

        First Impressions - Hestra 3-Finger Mitt

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

        First Hestra purchase and my initial impressions are that this glove has an extremely comfortable fit. The lining is super soft and even though the pointer finger is part of the split-finger design it stays warm. I have brought this warmth off the slopes and found myself wearing them around town on super cold/wet days. Can't wait to put these through the wringer!

        Very good but I'm a bit confused...

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

        These gloves rock. They are super soft on the inside and incredibly waterproof. The wrist straps are OUTSTANDING. And hands down the biggest reason I bought them. Hestra makes very high quality gloves that last a long time and are usually worth every penny. Here's where I'm lost...

        There are dividers between your three fingers which eliminates a lot of the heat that can build up by having them together. That would be a true mitten/glove hybrid. What I'd really like is 2 liners, one w/ divider and one without, then this glove would be a home-run. However I noticed that I can put my pinky and ring finger together in one slot just fine so I do that on the super cold days.

        I find these to be very warm (but I'm pretty tolerant to cold) so I only use these as my very cold weather glove. Pretty much when it drops below ten Fahrenheit w/ out the sun. A storm day glove if you will....

        almost but...

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        leather is very soft + durable but doesn't breathe well. leather side builds up sweat until i can see it soaking thru from the inside to outside + will remain wet on multi-day trips due to this and the lack of a removable liner. i retreat leather yearly (maybe explains my breathability issues?), so keep in mind extra upkeep. cuff offers good coverage + can be worn under coat sleeve if preferred. liner is not removable - my biggest complaint (site i bought from listed removable liner - should have done better research + gone with backcountry instead!). still looking for that perfect 3 finger...

        is there an inner glove that comes out?

        is there an inner glove that comes out?