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Hestra Glove sizing problem

post #1 of 6
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I just got 2 pairs of Hestra vertical freeride gloves from reliable racing. They are size 11 which supposedly is XXL. Well, they are extremely tight on my hands. Does anybody have experience with these gloves to know if they will stretch out at all. They seem like great gloves but are too small and it is the biggest size they make. Also, I have read on this forum how warm they are but they seem pretty thin to me. Anyone know different?
post #2 of 6
They do stretch out a bit. They are very warm and if you are going to sell them let me know.
post #3 of 6
The Hestra Heli Glove(roomy w/longer sleeve protection) comes in size 12. I love mine. They're OK warm. You can add other liners. I like Hetsra's leather - very tactile experience. Check out Hestrausa.com for specs...
post #4 of 6
In my experience they pack out more than the average glove. My pair fits relatively tightly and are now loose enough that I wear liners to fill up a little bit of extra space.

In short I wouldn't go and get rid of them yet.
post #5 of 6
Agree, mines were tight but loosened up after a few days. Never been close to having cold fingers either.
post #6 of 6
Use to sweat just getting mine on and off. Now they fit perfectly.
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