Why We Like The Lined Heavy-Duty PG & Suede Pigskin Ski Glove + Omni-Cuff
Known for their rugged construction across North American ski towns, we trust Kinco gloves like the Lined Heavy-Duty PG & Suede Pigskin Ski Glove for anything from backcountry skiing to alpine fieldwork. The pigskin leather construction is highly abrasion-resistant for lasting use, while the Nikwax finish supplies reliable waterproofing to outlast the storm every time.
- Burly leather gloves for skiing, snowboarding, or workwear
- Reinforced leather welts at palms enhance durability
- Leather pull tab makes for easy on and off
- Stretchy Omni-Cuff prevents snow from creeping in
- Foam padded knuckles provide protection while skiing
- Draylon reinforced threads provide a secure panel connection
- Item #KNC000D
- pigskin, [cuff] synthetic
- naturally repellant pigskin, Nikwax finish
- skiing, snowboarding, casual
- Manufacturer Warranty
3.5 based on 2 ratings
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December 19, 2021
Stiff and cold
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought:
- 6' 2"
I've been wearing these for a 7 days straight to try to break them in, and I've been following all the advice I've gotten from the company and the internet, but they are still far to stiff to do anything with. Also, the seams around the base of my fingers are very tight despite my best efforts to loosen them, the seams inside the fingers poke out a great deal onto the inside, and bending my fingers at all, such as while driving, quickly becomes an intense forearm exercise. Hands get cold even on above-freezing days in these, and it's not a sizing issue, as the next size up was far too big. Very cheap, but I found them to not be worth the price. Perhaps I'm more of a mitten guy.
October 6, 2021
These Gloves are indestructible
- I've put it through the wringer
- Size Bought:
- 5' 9"
I'm going into my I think 10th season with these gloves and they are like new. If you are diligent about waterproofing I can't see a way you'd ever have to replace these. They are super warm, I think I've only gotten cold fingers on deep negative days in the resort where you freeze to death on the lift. In the backcountry even on the coldest days, I stayed warm with these. they can be a bit stiff making certain things a bit difficult but still easier than the mitts! if you are really worried about the cold snag the mitt version and you'll be as warm as a yeti in Texas. Make sure you waterproof these!
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