Product Showcase: Hestra

This article is part of FREESKIER’s First Look—giving you a sneak peek at the best gear and technology for Winter 2022-23. Below is a glimpse into Hestra’s lineup for next year.


Hestra’s iconic, work-inspired series gets a sustainability-centric reboot with a removable liner

Offered in a chrome and dye-free tanned goat leather color

Midweight and built for long seasons of use

Fall Line – $165

If it ain’t broke…make it more sustainable. The storied Fall Line series is a stalwart in the Hestra line and has been for years. For 22/23, the style is getting an eco-conscious update with the addition of a removable liner. Bonus: this makes the glove last longer and makes it more versatile.


Heated thread technology lets this thin liner slide under almost any glove

App-controlled settings

Touchscreen compatible

Tactility Heat Liner – $320

The Tactility Heat Liner is one of the world’s thinnest heated liners and app-controlled settings let you pick the heat level. To conserve power, the liner recognizes uphill vs downhill movement and adjusts heat accordingly. 


Cody Townsend’s glove of choice for the FIFTY Project

Inspired and co-designed by Swedish survivalist, Lars Fält

Temperature regulating wool liner

Fält Guide Glove – $175

“At some point I felt that – you know what: these gloves are still really good so I don’t need a new pair just for the sake of it. I decided to use the same pair of Fält Guide Gloves for the entire FIFTY Project. It’s a good thing from a sustainability point of view, and the gloves work really well. Honestly, they become more comfortable the more I use them.” – Cody Townsend