Mens Gloves and Mitts"
These gloves ripped in about ten places after one afternoon of snowboarding. For being so expensive, one would hope for a much better product. However, touchscreen friendly fi…
- Miriam, 01/01/14
So the admin on duty a few nights ago gave me "pond duty", which involved standing out by the pond....or is it a glorified puddle...on the back forty of the school property. I…
- Andrew, 12/14/13
I originally got these to have for some cold mornings morning while camping in the fall. They are comfortable and warm enough, except when they get wet (rolling up a dew cover…
- Zachary, 10/09/13
I bought these gloves for my daughter who always has her phone in hand! I wanted to make sure she could stay warm and still be able to use her phone; normally only one wins! T…
- Rhonda, 12/02/13
I own these gloves and I have great disdain for them. I bought them trying to find a good glove to throw in my bag when hiking or for running errands in the winter time. (I li…
- David, 08/29/11
Bought the gloves as a Christmas present for my father and he absolutelly loved them…
- Cosmin, 01/07/13
I am a photographer & wanted something to give me a little protection, but yet still be able to use the controls on my SLR camera, so many times I'll be out in the winter & ha…
- Shawn, 01/02/12
I usually sweat a lot and have to take off my gloves once it's too wet inside. These work like promised and keep you dry. I can def. recommend!…
- Andre, 11/29/11
I work in the Canadian North (Northwest Territories) where temps easily reach -50 Celsius. I have always had trouble keeping my hands warm. These mitts keep my hands completel…
- Julianna, 02/13/14
When I saw the price tag, it gave me a gag reflex, lets be honest. How can a pair of gloves be worth so much? Am I stupid enough to get these? Trust me, I have tried TNF, D…
- Chanpheng, 11/14/13
After owning a pair of Hestra Heli's for 2 years with gaunlet, was looking for an under the cuff glove. The Hestra Vertical cut Freeride was a great choice. After experiencing…
- jeff, 02/21/14
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Some features need a bit more thinking out
They are wonderful gloves, mitten warm—inne…
- Carlo, 10/20/11
Took these gloves to Utah over the weekend for a skiing trip. I did a lot of research before buying these gloves due to the price tag....however they were worth every penny!…
- GREG, 02/12/14
Purchased these for a climb of Mont Blanc. Unfortunately the sizing chart is waaay off (chart said I was a M, I bought L, still too small), so I ended with gloves that were a…
- Steven, 07/09/13
Been wearing these for three winters now, and the shells are still pristine. The inners are getting pretty thin, but I've worn them for everything from snowmobiling to mounta…
- Andrew, 04/06/13
I tried to get these as a gift for my wife, but they were too large (Men's small).
She really likes my PowerStretch gloves, and these matched her coat, but in the end, I ha…
- ANTHONY, 01/16/13
not really a work glove, but they keep your hands warm if your just doing normal outdoor activities. I would recommend.…
- Paul, 01/07/11
Great for skiing, playing in the snow, etc. You will not be disappointed. You will not even feel the cold having this on. Best way to stay warm!!…
- Luis, 08/20/11
I am a fan of Outdoor Research for the quality design and durability of their product lines. Looking around for some ski/mountaineering gloves, I compared several top-name br…
- Michael, 12/21/13
Ann Arbor, MI
About Men's Gloves for Winter, Skiing, and more:
You need a pair of gloves or mitts because your hands love you and they want to be with you for years to come, so it’s important to protect them. The best gloves for you depends on what kind of adventure you have planned. Feature like kevlar construction, waterproofing and Gore-tex are things to look for if you are going to be doing any serious winter adventuring.
Even if you don’t need gloves or mitts for a snowboarding, hiking or skiing journey there are still a lot of options to look into for hand warming and protecting technology. One of the coolest innovations in gloves has been the advent of the conductive fingertip surface, so you no longer have to choose between keeping your hands warm and operating a touch screen cell phone.
The idea of conductive fingertips on gloves makes me wonder about the future of glove-wearing. It seems inevitable now that gloves will someday be able to launch lightning bolts from their fingertips. People will use the lightning bolts for everything, like charging a cell phone or reheating a pizza. Mmmmm lightning pizza, so good. Also, the electroglove will be great for impressing girls, they’ll be all like “Oh yeah, when we met I felt this spark.” Thats because I hit you with 10,000 volts baby.
The most important thing to remember when you are selecting gloves or mitts is that each pair is unique, if you are a modern renaissance man you may need several styles to better suit all of the crazy shenanigans you want to get into.