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Hats and Gloves

Gordini Aquabloc Down Gauntlet (2010)

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2009/2010
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Male
MSRP
$45.00

The Aquabloc Down Gauntlet glove places 600-fill goose down on the back of your hand (for warmth) and thinner synthetic insulation on your palm (for dexterity). The three-layer waterproof and windproof shell keeps out external moisture, while a wicking inner liner moves perspiration away from your skin.

Mountain Hardwear Red Savina Glove (2010)

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2009/2010
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Gender
Male
MSRP
$300.00

Flexible lithium polymer batteries—seven grams each—power a heated layer inside the Red Savina to warm your fingers for up to six hours. The on/off switch is hidden inside the wrist gauntlet. Water-resistant goat skin and heavy Cordura nylon keep snow and cold on the outside.

Adventure Medical Workhorse Gloves (2010)

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2009/2010
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Male
MSRP
$85.00

The same things that make a glove warm—heavy insulation, wrist gauntlets and synthetic shell materials—can also make it bulky. Guys who prefer greater dexterity will prefer a glove like the Workhorse, with supple water-resistant leather, a simple elasticized wrist and 200 grams of Thinsulate insulation.

Ibex Shak Liner Glove (2010)

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2009/2010
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Male
MSRP
$35.00

You just can't go wrong with a pair of sleek, black gloves. Ibex's Shak Liners, made from 100 percent New Zealand Merino wool, are warm, water-resistant and wind-proof. And they're as wearable around town as they are on the mountain: Wear them alone on a jog to the store, or pop them into your heavy-duty gloves or mittens when you hit the slopes. The fingers are a bit long, so order a size down if you're unsure (or cursed with stubby fingers).

Patagonia Nano Pullover (2010)

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Year
2009/2010
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N/A
Gender
Male
MSRP
$150.00

We love puffy jackets. We just wish they didn’t make us feel so, well, puffy. Therein lies the brilliance of Patagonia’s new barely there Nano Pullover. Three ounces lighter than Patagonia’s Down Sweater—a SKI staff favorite we were sure would never be unseated—the Nano’s synthetic PrimaLoft insulation retains heat even when wet. The wind- and moisture-resistant polyester shell is 100 percent recycled material and recyclable through Patagonia’s Common Threads program.

Hestra Seth Morrison Pro Model Glove (2010)

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2009/2010
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Gender
Female
MSRP
$165.00

This freeride glove, designed for Hestra by shredder Seth Morrison, has everything you'd expect from an awesome ski glove—warmth, waterproofing, breathability, enforced seams, nose wipe and wrist strap—in a tough, motocross-inspired package. And the extras? Two types of leather (army leather and cowhide); knuckle protection; even the side zipper has attitude. But don't let its macho exterior fool you: This glove is a big softy on the inside. Three finger model also available.

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