Flylow Gear Tough Guy Glove
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Here's what other sites are saying:
Why does every ski patroller wear work gloves? The answer is simple: They are just as tough as $150 leather gloves and they breath better, keeping your hands drier for longer. FlyLow Gear took the classic 1/2 leather work glove and made it nicer: The fingers fit right, the stitching is consistent and the leather is soft. Then they brought on their glove baking team to heat up the gloves, apply Sno-Seal treatment, and triple bake them for comfort and durability. Get into a pair of Flylow Tough Guy gloves and you won't want to get back out. Material: Cow Hide. Insulation: 60 gram Heat Rac polyester insulation. Shell Material: Cow Hide with Sno-Seal triple baked by Big Al for a waterproof finish. Available Color(s): Tan Leather
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
Crested Butte's got a reputation for weeding out the weaklings, but the legendary Flylow Tough Guy Glove isn't scared of a little gnar. The pigskin leather shell's been treated with a SnoSeal water-repellent treatment to keep your hands warm and dry on those snorkel-worthy days, and the dextrous design makes it easy to adjust buckles, work zippers, and flip single-finger gestures of gratitude to the dude stomping up the skin track.
The Flylow Tough Guy Glove is an extension of their triple-baked glove line. FlyLow took the classic 1/2 leather work glove and made it nice: the fingers fit right, the stitching is consistent and the leather is soft. Then FlyLow's glove baking team heats up the gloves, applies Sno-Seal treatment, and triple bakes them for comfort and durability.
These gloves feature tough yet supple pigskin leather with waterproof treatment and an elastic cuff so that your hands remain dry even on the wettest days. Pigskin leather SnoSeal waterproof treatment Elastic cuff
Sometimes, the locals know best, and when you see every ski bum and lift operator wearing a pair of these Flylow Tough Guy Gloves, you know they're onto something.