The perfect spring skiing glove.
The perfect glove for those who demand everything.
Enemies: Wind, sweat, water. This gloves fights them all.
There is little these hearty gloves can't handle.
Warm doesn't have to mean weight.
Need your hands? You need these.
Thin softshell gloves with Gore Windstopper
$50 or less can buy you some nice gear. Here are our favorite finds.
A lightweight glove and a mitten made for big peaks.
Day 2 had this reporter looking for comfort - gloves, hats, travel pillows, and undies.
Keep your digits warm through any cold-weather outing.
Great winter climbing gloves thanks to a Gore-Tex lining and EVA padding across the knuckles.
Leather/softshell gloves that weigh less than a Clif bar.
These all-purpose gloves cost less than $90.
Gloves with Polartec Windstopper that glow in the dark!
Touch screen gloves that are durable (thanks to leather) and warm (thanks to polarfleece).
Welcome to accessory and apparel heaven: puffy jackets, stoves, windpants, knives, iPad apps, solar panels, GPS, hydration, first aid, socks, camp food, baselayers, and more.
Breathable merino wool and rugged leather make for happy hands
A 100-percent wool-lined glove that heats hands instantly.
A great all-purpose glove for high-output activities.
Gore Windstopper covers the back of the hand from cuff to fingertips.
Our own gear diva met with Martha on December 20th to talk about cold-weather layering. Here's the gear Kristin suggested:
If you're looking to splurge on your favorite outdoorsperson, here are the gifts to do it with.
Make camp a little more comfortable with these bonus items.
If youíre looking for the ultimate splurge gift for your skier, ice climber, or mountaineer, you canít go wrong with this glove.
If you're looking for the ultimate splurge gift for your skier, ice climber, or mountaineer, you can't go wrong with this glove.
Here is a lightweight glove ideal for 3-season hikers, cross-country skiers, cold-weather cyclists, or runners who want to stay connected to their gadgets.
Keep your fingers warm and functional this winter with these five digit warmers.
Gloves that are rugged and cheap.
Gloves made with thermal-reflective Omni-Heat lining.
Tuck chemical handwarmers in these mitts for long-lasting heat.
Tough gloves that still let you use your fingers for delicate tasks.
The best gloves for wet and cold we tested.
Top-shelf summer weight gloves with the added bonus of a touchscreen trapdoor for your index fingers.
Nimble gloves for cold weather hiking
Featuring a merino lining and insulated with Primaloft these gloves were soft enough for nose-wiping yet tough enough for ice axes and high-friction rappelling.
Keep your digits warm with these glove and mitten options.
This waterproof glove is multisport.
A leading US manufacturer of apparel and accessories announced a number of new distribution partnerships in Canada, Western Europe and Japan.
Carry less, enjoy the cold months more with the latest four-season tents, gloves, hats, and gaiters.