Hestra Dexterity Glove
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Specific attention to details frees your hands from being anything but nimble while on the slopes in Hestra's Dexterity Glove. Made to keep your hands warm and dry, these gloves feature a Thermolite/foam insulation and proofed aniline cowhide outer keeps the water and melted snow from seeping through. Whether you're just getting on the lift or have a hundred miles under your skis already this season, the Dexterity Gloves keep you going nice and comfortably. PRODUCT FEATURES: Insulation: Thermolite/foam Neoprene cuff Elastic pull strap with Velcro closure Wolf Paw Lining: Bemberg/polyester Outer material Proofed aniline cowhide. Windproof, waterproof and breathable Cordura stretch over the knuckles Membrane CZone
- Appalachian Outdoors
The Fall Line 3-Finger Glove from Hestra is a short freeride glove made of supple cowhide aniline. Outseams for increased comfort and superior pole grip.
The Fall Line Gloves from Hestra are designed for freeriding with outseams for excellent pole grip, a cowhide exterior, neoprene cuffs to keep the snow out and warm foam insulation. Short freeride glove made of soft, supple cowhide aniline. Outseams for increased comfort and superior pole grip. INSULATION: Foam. LINING: Bemberg/Polyester. OUTER MATERIAL: Impregnated cowhide aniline. FEATURES: Neoprene cuff with Velcro closure. Outseams. Carabiner. Available Color(s): Black, Brown
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
Hands rarely get enough love on the mountain, but the Hestra Fall Line Glove will cradle your mitts in water-repellent, impregnated aniline cowhide and a soft polyester lining, making them feel like a punishing day on the hill is actually a relaxing beach vacation. The Fall Line uses low-profile synthetic fiberfill insulation to keep your paws warm without sacrificing the dexterity provided by the supple leather exterior. Add in comfortable external seams and a neoprene cuff with hook-and-loop closure, and the Fall Line is the perfect combination of warmth, dexterity, durability, and comfort for a day (or season) of tearing up the mountain.