Flylow Gear Tough Guy Glove

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Made from hand-treated, triple-baked pigskin leather, the Flylow Tough Guy gloves handle everything from shoveling snow to skiing big drops in the backcountry.

- REI

On Sale. Flylow Tough Guy Glove FEATURES of the Flylow Tough Guy Glove Original work glove Triple Baked in Denver, Colorado with Sno-Seal bees wax Baking process ensures wax is absorbed into the leather for waterproofness Spaceloft micropuff insulation

- Moosejaw

Flylow Tough Guy Glove title says it all. 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.

- Mountain Gear

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.

- Backcountry.com