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Best Luxury Ski Gloves – Expert Recommendations

July 25, 2021
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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Luxury Ski Gloves. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Look Full Action Glove

This product was recommended by Lisa Wells from Rossignol

The LOOK FULL ACTION GLOVE is a plush and cozy leather glove featuring neoprene velcro cuff, 40g Thinsulate™ brush Bemberg lining, and outstiched palm and top padding.

Hestra Power Heated Gloves Black 2021

This product was recommended by Dave Hellowell from Just Chalets

We’ve been trying out a number of heated ski gloves in preparation for a 2021 roundup and these were by far the best. The different heating settings and the integrated heating loops integrated into the fingers and thumbs really help justify the price on these gloves. The slim material and the tight fit ensure that you maintain plenty of manual dexterity while wearing them, but they’re still plenty durable (with palm sections made of goat leather) and the waterproofing tested really well. You can even recharge the batteries via a portable USB charger, which should get you up to 10 hours of warm hands.

Arc’teryx Fission SV Glove

This product was recommended by Steve Johnson from Boot Mood Foot

When buying ski gloves, I always consider durability and versatility. Of course, we also want something comfortable in our hands and provide optimal warmth. Arc’teryx Fission SV Glove seems to meet all that I seek for a pair of ski gloves.

Burton GORE-TEX Gloves

This product was recommended by Mark Stephenson from How To Shoe

These gloves are highly breathable, waterproof, and quick-drying. It’s designed with an ergonomic pre-curved fit to allow superior hand movement and flexibility. It will reliably keep you warm!

Gordini GTX Storm Trooper II Glove

This product was recommended by Ajmal Dar from Moccasin Guru

These gauntlet-style luxury ski gloves would be my recommendation. It’s durable, waterproof, and provides absolute comfort & warmth. I would say it’s the ultimate hand protection you need when you’re skiing.

Mountain Hardwear Boundary Ridge GORE-TEX Gloves

This product was recommended by Phil Watson from Barbecue Grill Review

Advanced Pre-Curve design enhances comfort, grip and dexterity by allowing your hands to easily maintain their natural position. Waterproof, windproof and breathable gloves, and have a soft fleece lining.

Hestra Leather Fall Line

This product was recommended by Phil Watson from Barbecue Grill Review

Hestra Fall Line are warm enough to be as well-regarded by ski professionals as other Hestra products. The beautifully stitched external seams and boisterous color selection will make you look so good, you’ll probably ski better.

Black Diamond Spark Pro Gloves

This product was recommended by Phil Watson from Barbecue Grill Review

Full goat-leather shells with suede nose wipe and hook-and-loop closures, EVA padding on back of hands and knuckles adding more protection. It has wrist clips keep gloves together when not in use. The dexterity and versatility of a freeride glove, with enough warmth to keep your hands comfortable when you’re moving.

Hestra Power Heater Gloves Women

This product was recommended by Brian Conghalie from My Open Country

The Hestra Power Heater Glove is suitable for those whose hands get cold easily. Three different settings let your hands stay at the perfect temperature. Heating elements are located at each fingertip, including the thumb. Tight fit for increased dexterity and feeling. Hard-wearing goat leather palm. Breathable and have a durable look.

Hestra Heli Glove Men

This product was recommended by Brian Conghalie from My Open Country

These gloves are terrific! Been using them this winter in Colorado; most of the skiing is above timberline with extremely variable winter conditions. Almost all use has been AT skiing requiring substantial skinning to get to high points. Even with this and wet hands, my fingers have stayed warm all day and after long descents. Long gauntlets are great for backcountry use and the leashes are a huge help.

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