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Need recommendations for the perfect inexpensive touring glove.

post #1 of 4
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Hey everyone,

 

Just now getting into backcountry touring. Looking for an inexpensive glove with great dexterity that will also keep me sufficiently warm after an hour or two of skinning and then skiing. Was thinking about the FlyLow Tough Guy glove yet also have a deal on Outdoor Research gear through my job. Would love any and all feedback. Thanks!

post #2 of 4

Never found a glove that was good for both skinning/hiking and then skiing; like to use a lighter weight glove for the up e.g. Marmot's windstoper, then switch to a heavier glove for the down (whatever glove you normally use for resort skiing.

post #3 of 4

Hestra makes some very nice work gloves that would work well. 

post #4 of 4

Komperdell touring gloves have fantastic dexterity - but you gotta like the "compression fit" feel.

http://www.komperdell.com/en/gloves/gloves/gloves.php?id=401_02

I got the BC Touring Flex and it wasn't quite warm enough below 20F/windy so I got the Alpine Merino.

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