The Best Ski Gloves of 2024

The Best Ski Gloves of 2024

Welcome to a special Buyer’s Guide feature from FREESKIER. Here’s a close-up look at the best ski gloves of the year. Click here to explore the entire 2024 FREESKIER Buyer’s Guide.

Hestra Fall Line Glove

The Fall Line is a five-finger glove designed specifically for freeriders. With a short design and a neoprene cuff, it fits smoothly inside jacket sleeves and is made of durable, impregnated cowhide with outseams that provide extra comfort and better pole grip. It also includes a removable synthetic liner that is easy wash, as well as foam insulation for extra warmth.

Auclair A Peak 2-In-1 Mitt

The A-Peak is a versatile 2-in-1 mitt from Auclair’s PowGirl collection. It features a removable nylon liner with a goat leather palm. With a reinforced amara patch on the index and thumb, this glove is all kinds of durable. An adjustable strap ensures a custom fit, while the branded leash on the cuff allows for easy carrying. Elevate your winter adventures with the functional and stylish A-Peak mitt.

Black Diamond Spark Glove

The Spark Glove has you covered on those frigid ski days. Stuffed
with PrimaLoft insulation, you’re ensured to stay warm sans bulk, so
you can grip your poles with ease. With extreme water-resistant technology, you needn’t worry about moisture, even when you need to
dig out your skis after a yardsale.

Swany X-Calibur Glove 2.3

The X-Calibur Mitt 2.3 is a mean barrier between your fingers and the cold weather. The new Dyna-Flex construction makes the glove feel and fit better than ever. A thick, outer layer made of reinforced leather and a Dryfinger ll insert allows for breathability while keeping wind and water out. With slots built inside for your fingers, it feels like this mitt is a subtly disguised glove.

Scott Ultimate Premium Gore-Tex Mitt

The GTX mitten is built for seedy weather and long expeditions. Scott’s Ultimate line is known for being the preferred freeride option. With a touchscreen-compatible index finger, you can easily check texts without exposing your digits. Toss in Gore-Tex inserts, and this glove is heaven for your hands.

Oakley New Park Glove

If you’re in the market for a warm weather glove, slide your hands into a pair of thin but mighty New Parks. This glove is comfortably water and wind resistant yet still allows you to maintain full dexterity for a day in the park. A silicone coating on the palm makes it easy to grip all things, especially your skis.

Gordini Forge Heated Glove

AI enters the glove world with Forge Heated by Gordini. In real-time, the glove technology draws information from your user profile and surroundings to thermoregulate itself. Programmed in conjunction with a smartphone app, you can override the level of warmth. Don’t forget to plug in your gloves when you’re done for the day.

Flylow Super D Lobster Glove

Built to be beaten, Flylow’s goatskin leather glove is pretreated with durable water repellent. An over-the-cuff lobster design provides the warmth of a mitten with the dexterity of a glove. You’ll stay cozy all day thanks to recycled Greenloft insulation packed in the front and back of your hand.