The Most Durable, Warmest, and Most Useable Gloves on the Slope [Review]

What do you do with perpetually cold fingers and a desire to ski in cold weather? You test some of the most popular gloves on the market.

For this review I brought together gloves from Mountain Hardwear, Kinco, Flylow, Columbia, and First Ascent.

I tested on the ski slope, in the backcountry, hiking, and even bucking and splitting wood.

Links to each individual review:

Kinco Ski Glove:
Mountain Hardwear Boldog:
First Ascent Guide Glove 2.0:
First Ascent Guide Glove Lite:
Flylow Tough Guy Glove:
Columbia Snow Stryker:
More gear reviews:


Dragon Monk says:

Great video! I’m living in the Midwest of america and was wondering if any of these gloves will keep my hands warm in low teen weather being a walker going to my job? My job requires being outdoors sometimes so I’m searching for a very good glove.

Sixgunsam says:

Excellent, detailed review. Thanks.

quinlansee1 says:

you have a lot of timber

neuregel says:

based on your review   I hit up ebay and got a pair of kimco for about $24 with shipping.  I got them yesterday.  These blew me away.  Now my wife wants a pair.  We have more expensive gloves but the kimco should not be passed up.

peepmysteelo says:

One hand cynching is an important detail that many overlook…great review!

Ano Mac says:

What’s the brand of soft shell your wearing?

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