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Hestra Heated Gloves
Hestra Heated Gloves
A further development of our popular ski glove with heating loops. Suitable for those whose hands get cold easily. The heating control can be set in three steps, depending on the weather and temperature. Tight fit for increased dexterity and feeling. Hard wearing goat leather palm. Gloves with built-in heating mechanisms have been around for a while, and some of them perform quite admirably. But for some people, keeping hands and fingers warm when braving frigid temperatures seems impossible, limiting their ability to enjoy outdoor activities. Our friends at Hestra of Sweden are familiar with brutal, bone-chilling weather, but they don't let it stop them from enjoying their Scandinavian adventures. Hestra has been a trusted supplier of ours for years, so when they suggested we offer their Power Heater Gloves and Mittens, I listened. Powered by high-capacity rechargeable Li-ion batteries, Hestra's Power Heaters will keep your hands warm and comfortable in any conditions, with 3 settings providing up to 10 hours of soothing warmth. A waterproof, breathable Flextron upper blocks biting wind, and a durable goat leather palm wears like iron. Snug fit with pre-curved fingers for comfort and increased dexterity. CZone waterproof, breathable membrane keeps hands dry and comfortable, while a generous fiberfill insulation helps retain heat. So you can ski all day if you want, without having to hit the lodge to warm up! Includes rechargeable Li-ion batteries, charger, storage/travel case and international travel adaptors. Unisex size 7-11 — see chart for sizing advice.  Sizes Men Women 6 — S 7 S M 8 M L 9 L XL 10 XL — 11 XXL — OUTER MATERIAL Upper section made of windproof, waterproof and breathable HESTRA Flextron/polyamide fabric. Proofed goatskin on the palm. MEMBRANE CZone. INSULATION Fiberfill/polyester. LINING Bemberg/Polyester.   FEATURES Integrated heating loops. Heating control. Battery pocket. Lithium rechargeable batteries. Travel case. International travel adaptors. Pre-curved fingers. Waterproof zipper. Handcuffs. ARTICLE NO. Hestra Glove COLOR 100100 3 layers to stay warm The HESTRA GLOVE SYSTEM is based on the layering principle – the idea of wearing many different functional pieces of clothing. By using layers of gloves, you can regulate the temperature. 1) Next to your skin, wear a liner that carries away moisture and creates a thin, warming layer of air around the skin. A thin liner worn inside a glove increases heat by about 20 percent. 2) The base gloves are the models you use most of the time. They keep your hands warm in normal cold temperatures and also provide good protection against wind and moisture. For more warmth, even on the ski slopes, you can supplement base gloves with liners and shells. 3) In extremely cold weather you can add on with a shell glove. This creates another layer of air that insulates against cold. With a liner and shell glove, insulation increases by approximately 50 percent compared to only wearing a base glove. Combination based on your needs There are many combinations – select models based on your hand’s needs and the activities and weather conditions you expect to encounter. For example: when placing tent stakes in the cold, use thin liners. When hiking up a mountain, your body temperature rises, but the wind can still chill your hands. Use a windproof model that is highly breathable. When you stop to rest, you need more insulation than when you are moving. Put on a shell glove last. Heart before hands There is also an element of safety to consider. If you are in danger of being significantly chilled, your body will not prioritize the hands, but vital organs like the heart. In this case, an extra insulating layer can help you out, preferably a mitten model that you can have rolled up for easy access.
$390 Go to
The Warming Store
Giro Proof Gloves Black, S
Giro Proof Gloves Black, S
Giro is perhaps best known for its helmets, but don't think for a second that the Proof glove is any less deserving of your recognition. Its aim is to be your go-to winter riding glove, and with a waterproof-breathable shell, and generous insulation, it's well equipped for such an endeavor. But the real surprise is how low profile all of that protection really is. The Proof glove looks the part of a full-blown winter setup, but thanks to its removable polyester insert, it's actually far more versatile than you might expect. The liner blocks wind, while the fleece lining keeps your digits warm in more moderate temperatures. And to ensure a secure connection with your controls, there are silicone grippers at the fingertips. The liners are useful, but when the mercury drops, the waterproof-breathable shell glove starts to shine. With 40g Thinsulate XT-S insulation, it packs ample warmth, without excess bulk. It's designed using Giro's Super Fit Engineering, which considers the mechanics of your hand, as well as glove construction, to maximize dexterity. This is accomplished through the use of thoughtful seam placement, and perhaps most significantly, an ergonomic Clarino synthetic leather palm, which is grippy and durable. And to ensure you don't freeze your digits when you need to answer your phone, the fingertips employ touchscreen compatible technology, so you can keep your gloves on when you need them most. The Giro Proof Gloves are available in six sizes, from X-Small to XX-Large, and in the color Black.
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Backcountry.com