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Hestra Anja Parsons Pro Glove - Women's

Hestra Anja Parsons Pro Glove - Women's

If you haven't experienced the durable, warm awesomeness that comes with a high-quality leather ski glove, now is your time. The insulated Hestra Women's Anja Parsons Pro Glove has you covered from deep pow days to spring corn sessions. Hestra designed this leather ski glove with warm but non-bulky Fiberfill insulation, ensuring all-day warmth without the oven mitt fit. The...

Hestra Anthony Boronowski Pro Glove

Hestra Anthony Boronowski Pro Glove

Hestra designed the Anthony Boronowski Pro Gloves with backcountry freeriding in mind. For his signature pro model glove, Boronowski added Thermolite insulation for warmth while you wait for your buddies to catch up. A breathable, waterproof layer in these gloves keeps hands dry in the backcountry. He also threw in knuckle protection for skiing in tight trees and fighting off branches. Anthony...

Hestra Army Leather Freeride Glove

Hestra Army Leather Freeride Glove

Hestra, long known for their quality and fit, created another solid glove with the Army Leather Freeride Glove. Hestra thoroughly waterproofed the soft, supple wear-resistant goat leather on the palm. The short neoprene cuffs block out snow and fit easily under your jacket. Comfortable and durable Triton/Entrant fabric provides wind and waterproof protection to the back of your hands., The...

Hestra Army Leather Gore-Tex XCR Glove

Hestra Army Leather Gore-Tex XCR Glove

The steepest and deepest beckon, so slip on the Hestra Army Leather Gore-Tex XCR Ski Glove and send it. This big-gauntlet bomb shelter for your hands stays warm on the coldest days and dry in the heaviest snow. Hestra's ergonomic Eagle Grip follows the natural curve of your hands in supple Army Goat leather and burly Triton nylon, while fiberfill and a fleecy lining insulate without...

Hestra Army Leather Patrol Glove

Hestra Army Leather Patrol Glove

If you prefer your gloves to fit under your jacket cuffs, you will be super comfortable in the Hestra Heli Ski Short Gloves. Hestra gave these technical ski gloves a side zipper for easy on, easy off. Fiberfill insulation and wind and waterproof fabric keep you warm and dry when the helicopter drops you off on a windy peak. Hestra constructed the Heli Ski Short Glove to be very durable for...

Hestra Cloud Nine Glove

Hestra Cloud Nine Glove

Hestra designed the Cloud Nine Gloves with backcountry freeriding in mind. Hestra added Thermolite insulation for warmth while you wait for your buddies to catch up. A breathable, waterproof insert in this glove keeps hands dry in the backcountry. Hestra also threw in knuckle protection for when you are skiing in tight trees and fighting off branches. You have plenty of style, and so do the...

Hestra Cozy Mitt Womens X-Small Black/Black

Hestra Cozy Mitt Womens X-Small Black/Black

A warm, soft mitten with removable wool/angora lining that gives extra warmth on cold days. Small pocket on the back of the hand for storing small items.

Hestra C-Zone Kicker Glove

Hestra C-Zone Kicker Glove

The Hestra C-Zone Kicker Glove staves off powder, slush, and nose-diving temps without feeling like a plaster cast. Hestra made these ski gloves from a breathable blend of synthetics and added a waterproof C-Zone insert to keep your mitts dry. Fiberfill insulation traps warmth during powder raids, and the Bemberg liner wicks perspiration to keep your hands from feeling chowdery. The stretchy...

Hestra Eco-Cure Glove

Hestra Eco-Cure Glove

Hestra made the Eco-Cure Glove to remedy freezing fingers and melting ice caps. Hestra s Ventile organic cotton has a very tight weave and naturally expands on contact with water, locking moisture out. The Ecocuir cowhide leather used on the palm and trim contains no synthetic dyes or harmful metals. Remove the replaceable, hand-washable natural wool liner to extend the life of this glove...

Hestra Fall Line Glove

Hestra Fall Line Glove

“These are great gloves. They are very nice and somewhat supple and I had no problems being warm or dry in them.  In fact, at times I would take off my gloves to do some adjusting on some piece of kit or to use the iphone, and my hands would get super cold.  After reinserting my hands into the Fall Line glove, they would warm up in 5 - 10 minutes.  I do suggest applying a non sillicone...” --esumsea

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