Hestra Henrik Windstedt Pro Glove

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Hestra's Henrik Windstedt Pro Glove is made of cowhide leather with checkered quilt-patterns in retro style on the back of the hand, also a narrow cuff in leather and an internal snowcuff in Lycra at the wrist.

- CampSaver.com

When speed skiing in Alaska or lapping the park at the northernmost ski resort in the world, pro hucker Henrik Windstedt doesn't have time for anything less than his Hestra Pro Glove. A shotty glove isn't exceptable for this Swedish skier that knows a thing or two about being out in the cold. That's why he designed his glove with durable, snow-proof leather and put in a layer of Thermolite insulation to lock in the warmth when skiing above the Arctic circle.

- Backcountry.com

Hestra Henrik Windstedt Pro Gloves. Add your retro style to the mountain with these Hestra Henrik Windstedt Pro Gloves, which feature a checkered, quilted leather outer for style and protection, with Thermolite insulation for warmth. Henrik Windstedt's Leather pro model is made of cowhide leather with checkered quilt-patterns in retro style on the back of the hand. With a narrow cuff in leather and an internal snowcuff in Lycra at the wrist. INSULATION: Thermolite. LINING Brushed polyester. OUTER MATERIAL: Proofed aniline cowhide. FEATURES: Leather pull strap with Velcro closure. Handcuffs. Internal snow cuff in Lycra. Available Color(s): Black/Grey, Forest Cork

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

On Sale. Free Shipping. Hestra Henrik Windstedt Pro Glove FEATURES of the Hestra Henrik Windstedt Pro Glove Polyester lining Leather webbing Velcro closure Lycra snow cuff Hestra handcuffs SPECIFICATIONS of the Hestra Henrik Windstedt Pro Glove Construction: Impregnated cowhide aniline Insulation: Thermolite This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw