Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowshoeing, Mountaineering and Alpine
HESTRA GLOVE SIZE
US Size Conversion
Medium / Large
167 - 177mm
178 - 188mm
189 - 197mm
198 - 209mm
210 - 225mm
HESTRA MEASUREMENT GUIDE and INFO
HOW to MEASURE
Hand Size - Measure the distance between the wrist and the tip of the middle finger.
• Hestra's glove sizing is more precise than traditional US glove sizing and runs by a numerical European standard. This is super important to determining the right fit, and why your hand size should be measured in millimeters. Use the hand size ranges above and the US size conversion info to select to correct size of Hestra gloves to order.
• Your ideal Hestra size is a recommendation. Please note that some models have a tighter fit than others depending on the intended activity.
Rated 5 out of
Great Gloves!I love these Hestra gloves I have had them for about a year, and have been through two hard norther OH winters. Solid removable wool lining, keeps my fingers warm and the all leather exterior keeps them dry. I own 3 pairs of Hestra gloves for different purposes all are the best gloves I have ever owned.
Date published: 2014-11-25
Rated 4 out of
The liners make this gloveWool liners. Kind of pilled on purpose creating a texture that is warmer than a straight weave or knit and breathes awesome. These seriously make the glove; they are the s#*t! They even smell like lanolin...this is totally anecdotal but I'll give an opinion on the warmth since it's a fairly important attribute, right...my hands get cold to the point of being painful in the finger tips, especially in high humidity environments even if the air temp is only in the 20's and 30's...used to not be this way..not sure what happened..maybe frosted them sometime...with that in mind, I've skied with this guide glove right at about 10F. Resort type skiing where you sweat on the down and freeze your a*& on the chair back up..windy days too. Still good to go. I would probably switch out to some big mama black diamond mitts I've got if getting in the low single digits esp if not working much activity. But the moisture control with the wool liner just take the friggin cake if your going to exert. Aside: I have some rediculous spensive arcteryx beta ar gloves. Their fit and craftsmanship is phenomominal...but that poly fleece fake fricken liner means sweat, then cold..the hestra 'fit and finish' is good...maybe a 7 if the teryx is a 10. But I honestly can't see a use for the beta's when I have these hestras and the warmth and moisture control is so much superior. Maybe see if hestra sells just the liner and throw away the teryx poly and combine with wool? That might be hard to beat...and it should be by the time you sink that much money into a pair of effn gloves!...gotta spend it on something I guess...