Category: Gloves

Winter glove reviews

Gordini Polar Mitt Review

The Gordini Polar Mitt is hands down one of the best values on the market for a set of cold weather mittens.  These mittens are waterproof to keep the moisture out on wet snow...

Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno Outdry Mitt

Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno Outdry Mitt Review

Details on the Mountain Hardwear Jalapeno Outdry Mitt Price: $115 Waterproof: Yes Windproof: Yes Insulation: Thermal Q Elite (synthetic insulation) Lining: fleece Gauntlet: Extended, works best over the jacket cuff.Easy to wrap hand around...

Dakine Kodiak Glove

Dakine Kodiak Glove Review

First thoughts This is a very cool and rugged looking piece of must-have outdoor snow gear.  There is an all black version available, but I am super happy with my Bourbon colored Dakine Kodiak...

Dakine Odyssey Glove

Dakine Odyssey Glove Review

  Initial Thoughts on Dakine Odyssey Glove Do cold hands got you avoiding the outdoors this winter? If your answer is yes, maybe you should look into upgrading to a new pair of gloves. Better...

Gordini Stash Lite Touch Mitt

Gordini Stash Lite Touch Mitt Review

As the winter season approaches, for many it is time to get out the cold weather running gear such as gloves and mittens. For others, myself included, who have perpetually cold hands in all...

The North Face Gonzo Mitt

The North Face Gonzo Mitt Review

When The North Face says this is the biggest, baddest, mitten they have ever made, I was very interested to see if this statement came from the designers or the marketing department.  This is...

Astis Mittens Review

Relying on good-old-fashioned, native ways to keep your hands warm may raise some eyebrows in this high-tech era, but if it worked for the rugged Cree Indians, it can certainly work for modern man....

Mammut Arctic Mitten Review

Mammut’s Arctic Mitten features a combo of 600-fill goose down and synthetic fill. Together, the insulation is designed to keep your hands toasty regardless of the temperature or type of adventure.  I am a...

POW Women’s Feva Glove Review

POW is a Seattle based glove company that produces three major hand wear lines: ski, bike, and golf. This ski season we have had a few testers wearing the POW Feva glove, designed for...