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Head Gloves at Costco

post #1 of 6
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Glove Make: Head with HiPORA & Outlast
Snow Conditions Used In: powder, crud, groomers, hardpack, ice from 0 degrees to 35 degrees
Number of Days Used: 6
Your Ability: Level 9
How Many Years Have You Been Skiing: 38
Avg. Days per Year Skiing: 40+
Other Gloves You Like: Rossignol, Marmot, Reusch


I picked up a couple pair of these gloves at Costco for only $15 a pair. The glove is fairly warm. I found it to be warmer than gloves I've had from Scott and some other brands. They do fine until temperatures drop below 10 degrees. The glove has a zillion gadgets and adjustments on it including yard-sale straps (which I removed) and a dry pouch for storing something small. They stay dry and dry out quickly when you get snow in them. They are not very nimble....I have a hard time grabbing zippers with them.

Overall, I found them to be a great bargain. I use them for milder conditions saving my good gloves for the extreme cold.
post #2 of 6
ditto on these gloves, get rid of the yard sale strap. You could put hand warmers in the pouches for the extra cold days. Wore these on a -5 day and had no problems.

Great bargain for 15 bucs
post #3 of 6
Picked up a pair myself. Great glove and good bargain. I kept the straps because I am constantly adjusting kid stuff. With the straps I'll never leave my gloves on table too. [img]tongue.gif[/img]

post #4 of 6
Picked up 4 pairs of Grandoe gore-tex there 2 years ago.

Bought the 1st set in Dec. for $29.

2nd set in Feb. for $19.

3rd and 4th in March for only $9.

Patience, grasshopper.
post #5 of 6
I Bought that glove from costco and Like others have said it is a real bargin. IMHO much better then some gloves that cost over $50.00 a pair.
post #6 of 6
Yard sale straps? I always thought they were called idiot straps [img]tongue.gif[/img] (and I use them, ever since reading Annapurna by Maurice Herzog)
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