- 100% Polyester
- Adjustable closure
- Hand Wash
- Durable polyester shell with mini-ripstop trim; textured palm and thumb for enhanced grip; genuine leather fingers
- Waterproof, windproof, and breathable Gore-Tex insert
- Megaloft synthetic insulation
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Gordini Men's Gore Gauntlet gloves keep the wet out and the warm in. How? With Gore-Tex inserts and Megaloft insulation. Gore-Tex technology keeps water out of Gordini's gloves, while allowing moisture from the inside (perspiration) to easily escape, so your hands stay warm and dry. Megaloft synthetic insulation provides warmth and moisture-wicking lining keeps hands from feeling sweaty. Durable shells with leather fingers and adjustable wrist straps are added details that make good ski gloves great. The best way to clean and dry Gordini gloves and mittens: wipe clean with a damp cloth and mild soapy solution if needed, and then hang-dry away from a direct heat source. Do not machine dry or dry clean Gordini gloves or mittens.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 8 x 9 x 10 inches; 5.61 Ounces
- Item model number : 4G1029-BLK-S
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : November 5, 2011
- Manufacturer : Gordini
- ASIN : B0063M6Y72
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Living North of Boston, we get a LOT of bad Winter weather. You can expect many hours at a time outside shoveling, or snow-blowing, in freezing, driving, often very wet snow. I've been out snow blowing many a time with a couple feet of snow, AND having freezing rain coming down while I'm working and almost all gloves fail after an hour or two of such conditions. It's true that we New Englanders seem to revel in our suffering sometimes, but I draw the line with numb and aching fingers! They allow the wetness to seep in, or are SO sealed off that your hands get soaked in sweat, which in both cases is great way to get frostbite and bone pain that last for the rest of the day at least. Thus I'm always looking out for a pair of gloves that fit well and can handle our bad weather.
I'm happy to say that the Gordini gloves handle all of these shortcoming with flying colors! I've used them for several snowfalls and one good blizzard this season and I honestly couldn't believe how well they worked! They also have just the right level of "grip" too; essential for icy slippery weather and the extra length over the wrists are just the ticket. I don't expect them to wear out anytime soon, but I'll probably order another just to keep as spares.
My hands have only gotten cold in these a couple of times in the three months that I've owned them. The worst was when I got my hands wet and chilled replacing a drive belt, then was rode 30 miles back home at 50 mph on a sled with a broken handwarmer relay. Under normal conditions they are the definition of comfy.
The remarkable thing about these gloves is that they breathe. I take them off in the field hundreds of times a day to scent my traps or run telemetry equipment. What's astonishing to me is that I can put damp hands into these gloves and the heat from my body will kick all the moisture out of them in just a couple of minutes.
They are relatively durable for how light and inexpensive they are. My first pair has seen about ten hours of use a day for the past three months and the palms look well broken in but that's about the extent of the wear. I did put a bunch of cuts on the back of one glove while being careless with a saw. The exposed insulation has stayed in place and the weatherproofing layer wasn't compromised. I've also gotten pure skunk scent on them, which is caustic enough to stain and eat away at a Carhartt jacket but left these gloves unharmed, albeit stinky.
If you're looking for the best pair of $150 gloves out there, just buy four pairs of these.
****UPDATE: Pairing these with glove liners makes a huge difference. When worn with liners, I can stay out all day with minimal discomfort.
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