Resort Guide Gear Spotlight – Gloves

Resort Guide Gear Spotlight – Gloves

Welcome to a special Resort Guide installment of Gear Spotlight from FREESKIER. Here, we provide a close-up look at the equipment and accessories that everyone should know about. Can’t get enough gear? Click here to see our entire 2019 Buyer’s Guide.

Gordini Antler Glove

The Antler Glove from Gordini will keep your fingers dry and toasty no matter what Mother Nature throws your way this winter. PrimaLoft insulation–which mimics the warmth of down but performs better in wet weather–and the Antler’s weather-resistant deerskin shell protect your hands from the coldest conditions. Deerskin is also one of the softest leathers out there, so enjoy that “sitting by the fire” coziness while you catch the next lift ride. A cinch closure on the wrist and added palm and thumb reinforcement means you can shred as hard as you want without worry of tearing these puppies up, too.

Hestra Wakayama

Slap on a pair of Hestra’s Wakayama gloves and take yourself back to the good ol’ days. Inspired by retro design, the Wakayama is made entirely out of cowhide with a wool terry lining and a paracord wrist adjustment. They may very well be the most comfortable gloves we’ve ever tested. These stylish hand jackets won’t withstand the harshest conditions but on those perfect, bluebird days, they’re a literal dream.

Level Rexford Glove

Get a glove that not only keeps your hands warm and dry, but is also fashion-forward. The Rexford from Level is constructed using a waterproof-treated goat leather and PrimaLoft insulation for ample protection from the elements while you’re out slarving the day away. The short neoprene cuff with the added wrist strap provides ease and comfort when taking your gloves on and off. Added bonus: They come in four colors to match any style.

Dakine Diablo Gore-Tex Mitt

Dakine made the perfect mitt fit for an arctic excursion… or if you just live in Minnesota in the winter. The Diablo is a three-piece mitt which features waterproof down insulation and a fully-taped three-layer Gore-Tex shell. The Diablo also comes with a removable down mitt and storm-liner glove so you can dial in the exact amount of warmth you need for the day. Its leather palm also provides dexterity and a one-hand, easy-adjustment cinch system keeps the elements out.


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