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Warmest Women's Ski Gloves?

Warmest Women's Ski Gloves?

I need honest advice about what the warmest ski gloves for women are. I live in Southern California and can barely handle 60 degree whether. I ski in Utah and the only thing that continually get cold are my hands. I would love any recommendations!
asked by Megbe 6 years 3 weeks ago
answers (8)
diggerdown's picture
Mittens, they are much warmer than gloves. We heli skiied in BC and that is what most of the guides wore when it got cold.
mschain's picture
Swany has a line of warm mitens called toasters. check them out.
Suzanne Bonilla's picture
Definitely mittens with liners and hand warmers. I am particularly sensitive to the cold and this works well for me.
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Rspec's picture
I am a ski instructor and I get to try a lot of gear. Hands down, mittens with liners are the warmest. I have bad circulation issues and keeping hands warm is key. Swany Toaster mittens are my personal favorite. You don't need to pull the glove fully off. Integrated liner with a zipper on the top of the outter mit. So when you need to zipper something, answer the phone or change your ipod, you don't need to remove the glove. Also you can easily put handwarmers in and out.
HilSki's picture
Hestra mittens
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toddski1961's picture
You might like Outdoor Research's (OR) Alti Gloves or Mittens. Both are the warmest my wife and I have ever tried. Friends who have bought them have warm hands for the first time since they started skiing. OR gear has a lifetime guarantee, is built extremely well (like Arcteryx) and worth the investment.

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