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Recent Waterproof Glove/Mitten Reviews

Outdoor Research Meteor Mitts

rated 4 of 5 stars Kept my fingers warm. Comes with internal convertible fleece mitten gloves that I do not like, but will work well. I substituted them with the Marmot Windstopper Convertible Gloves, with some light wool lined gloves under them. I must say, this system alone will keep your hands warm without the shell gloves 95% of the time. When you get to the summit and the wind is hitting you at 25 MPH and its -35°, you'll be happy you had these. They breathe well, but keep all water and wind out. They secure… Full review

Black Diamond Soloist Lobster Glove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Good glove/mitt hybrid that is a great base for a waterproof winter glove layering system. Use: The Black Diamond Lobster is a cross between a glove and a mitt, and is a great base for a waterproof winter glove layering system. The lobster design is warmer than a glove, but gives you more dexterity than a mitt. It has a thumb and index finger, and a separate section for the rest of the fingers. When it is cold, I can fit my index finger into the mitt section for possible extra warmth. When… Full review

SealSkinz Men's Waterproof Gloves

rated 3 of 5 stars I originally bought this glove for work when I distributed Coca-Cola. On days that were real cold and rainy my hands would get really cold. They are indeed waterproof, but maybe the Chill Blocker Sealskinz would be better for keeping hands warm. I originally bought these gloves for work, but have found better use for them in the outdoors. When I worked for Coca-Cola I needed some gloves to keep my hands warm and dry when it was cold and wet outside. I found out that these gloves are not good for… Full review

Mountain Hardwear Men's Epic Gloves

rated 5 of 5 stars The Epic Glove is an excellent all around climbing glove for cold weather conditions when encountering wet rain or snow and when doing vigorous exercise while skiing, snowshoeing, mountaineering and other outdoor activities that require manual dexterity, such as technical climbing while using ice tools, or ice axes, mixed rock and ice climbing, dog sledding, skiing, and setting up and taking down camp. Weight: 97 g/3.375 oz  The Epic gloves in use on Ishinca (Peruvian Andes) Background:  When… Full review

Outdoor Research Meteor Mitts

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The flip top liner is unique. Instead of revealing a fingerless glove (to the knuckles), the bottom is just like if you cut the mitt in half. This makes the fingers warmer with the top on or off. This mitt is similar to other mitts I have bought for Nordic skiing, some from OR. The main difference is removable inner mitt's top can be flipped back to let you use your fingers. You can retract your fingers into the bottom part for warmth, like between bites of food, rather  than putting the top back… Full review

Mountain Hardwear Chawa Mitt

rated 4 of 5 stars Decent mitt for when things plunge into the minuses. Fits slightly bigger than expected and feels comfortable and well insulated, albeit not good for warmer spring ski days. Cuff zips up nicely, but the length is rather long, to better to seal out weather. So far it has proven durable after one season's use, slight bunching in the palm, but nothing unusual. Full review

Mountain Hardwear Men's Epic Gloves

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Great snowball gloves! Or slushy mild winter days in general. I got these gloves for sugaring (ie. collecting sap for maple syrup). At the beginning of the season we head out and repair and replace all the tubing that has had tree limbs and snow falling on it all winter. This involves slushy wet snow, hot water and rigid and flexible plastic tubing. Typical sugaring weather is days in the upper 30s nights in the teens. My typical leather gloves are usually soaked before long and wont grip the plastic… Full review

Hestra XCR Short Glove

rated 5 of 5 stars Great gloves. These are the best ski gloves I have ever found. They do a great job keeping my hands warm even in extremely cold conditions. They have been very durable and look almost new after a full year of use. The only downside is that there is no removable liner so they take longer to dry if the inside gets damp. Overall, I love them and will be looking for another pair of Hestra gloves. As a disclaimer, I am affiliated with Gore for product testing of Gore-tex products for the purpose of product… Full review

Mountain Laurel Designs eVent Rain Mitts

rated 4 of 5 stars Mountain Laurel Designs Rain Mitts are the go-to lightweight year-round mitten shells. Made from breathable eVent fabric these mitts will keep the elements out and allow sweat to escape while your working hard up a climb. They are so lightweight that I always keep them in my rain jacket's chest pocket ready for action. After a cold and rainy spring weekend in the White Mountains in New Hampshire without any rain protection for my hands I knew I needed something to keep my hands dry and warm. My… Full review

Top-Rated Waterproof Gloves and Mittens

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Manzella Junior Waterproof Mitten
Burton Profile Under Glove Insulated Glove/Mitten / Waterproof Glove/Mitten
$22 - $25
Marmot Lifty Glove
$22 - $55
Mountain Hardwear Maia Glove
$24 - $54
Marmot Basic Work Glove
$25 - $40
Manzella Climb High Glove
Burton Approach Under Glove
Black Diamond Renegade Glove
NRS Rogue Gloves with HydroCuff
$30 - $42
Burton Gore-Tex Gloves
$31 - $69
DaKine Bronco Gloves
Burton Approach Glove
Mammut Cover Mitten
user rating: 1.5 of 5 (1)
Marmot Precip Shell Mitt
REI Spring Gloves
Marmot Precip Shell Glove
Mountain Hardwear Pistolero Glove
Black Diamond Renegade Mitt
Black Diamond Arc Glove
$47 - $69
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Mountain Laurel Designs eVent Rain Mitts
$49 MSRP
Black Diamond Spy Gloves
Black Diamond Sentry Glove
$50 - $99
Black Diamond Fly Glove
Black Diamond Terminator Glove
$52 - $63
Mountain Hardwear Boldog Glove
$53 - $85
Outdoor Research Revolution Mitts
$65 - $69
REI Switchback Gloves with Liner
Outdoor Research Coldshot Glove
user rating: 4 of 5 (6)
Mountain Hardwear Epic Gloves
$60 MSRP
Marmot 3 Sixty Glove
$64 - $79
REI Guide Gloves
$65 - $69
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (3)
Outdoor Research Meteor Mitts
$70 - $75
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Alibi II Glove
$85 - $179
Outdoor Research Northback Sensor Gloves
Komperdell Alpine Merino Glove
Burton Gore-Tex Leather Mitts
$70 MSRP
Columbia Mountain Monster Short Glove
Outdoor Research StormCell Gloves
$75 - $118
Mammut Expert Prime Glove
$79 - $158
Arc'teryx Zenta LT Glove
$80 - $111
Hestra Army Leather Spring Glove
Sierra Designs Speakeasy Glove
$89 MSRP
Rab Latok Glove
Black Diamond Ruby Glove
Marmot Mountain Pro Glove
$90 - $149
Marmot Work Glove
$90 MSRP
Black Diamond Mercury Glove
Marmot Ultimately Hers Glove
$94 - $144
Mountain Hardwear Minus One Glove
$95 MSRP
The North Face Vengeance Glove
$98 - $220
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