Reddit reviews: The best skiing gloves for men

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Top Reddit comments about Men's Skiing Gloves:

u/BMXTKD · 2 pointsr/TwinCities

You will die in those jackets. Literally.

Here's my winter setup.....

  1. Jeep cap. Keeps the sun out of your eyes and it keeps you warm. You can get them at Ragstock for 5$
  2. A pair of good winter gloves, and a pair of those cheap stretchy winter gloves. Wear the stretchy winter gloves underneath the thick winter gloves. A good tip on whether a pair of gloves are going to be warm, is if you hold a McDonald's cup of ice water tightly against them. If you can feel the cold cup, then they're no good. If you can't, then stay with them.
  3. Your legs will get cold too, so buy a pair of base layer pants. Maybe double up. Wear them underneath your regular pants.
  4. Get a good pair of snowpants to go over your regular pants. Again, McDonald's cup of ice water trick.
  5. Get a base layer shirt to go underneath your regular shirt.
  6. Get a good, thick jacket. Do the ice water thing for the jacket too. My personal favorite kind of jacket is an ice fishing jacket.
  7. Ski goggles. Sounds weird, but your eyes will get cold too.
  8. [A neoprene mask] (https://www.amazon.com/ZANheadgear-WNFM114H-Black-Neoprene-Half/dp/B000LVZVNE/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=neoprene+mask&qid=1573108443&sr=8-1) . They keep your face warm.
  9. 2 good pairs of wool socks. Yes, 2. It gets that cold.
  10. A thick pair of high top skateboard shoes, if you're going to avoid getting winter boots. High top Osiris shoes are good alternatives to winter boots. But you're going to have to get them waterproofed. They're naturally thick.
  11. Ice cleats.
u/ny03 · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

I love my bugaboots. First pair lasted 9 years (of New England winters) wearing them almost daily for months, and I am on my second pair. If you are camping they are toasty with wool socks without overheating/over sweating. They also take crampons and snow shoes well. I have a wide foot and they also come in wide. I also like that they are not too bulky so fit under my snow pants or gaiters well.

For gloves I prefer 3 finger gloves. The warmth of mittens but with a bit more dexterity. Most are made to slide your index finger in with the other 3 when super cold. If you have the coin Hestra rock. https://www.amazon.com/Hestra-31462-XCR-3-Finger-Glove/dp/B00F1EZPCS

u/sfield86 · 2 pointsr/motorcycle

In the winters it gets down to the single digits often. Having good gear makes a huge difference, and it doesn't even have to be expensive.

MCTi Waterproof Mens Ski Gloves,Winter Warm 3M Thinsulate Snowboard Snowmobile Cold Weather Gloves Black Large https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01J7TIOR0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_7IX3AbJSHG754

Motorcycle Textile Riding Pants with Removable CE Armor(2XL) Black/Grey https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WFJBLP2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_7JX3Ab3HCY8X1

Balaclava Aegend Windproof Ski Face Mask Winter Motorcycle Neck Warmer Tactical Balaclava Hood Polyester Fleece for Women Men Youth Snowboard Cycling Hat Outdoors Helmet Liner Mask-Black, 1 Piece https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01L6WB66C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_BKX3AbHJ842QH

MENS MOTORCYCLE ARMOR HIGH PROTECTION LEATHER(FULL GRAIN) JACKET BLACK AND BLUE LJ-1705. L https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072MMM6N6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_3KX3Ab1G70JJ1

I add a fleece neck warmer or scarf and if it's under 20 (or a long ride) I wear glove liners. Have ridden with this gear on a 1200 mile trip this winter across Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. Only thing I'd change about that trip is warmer boots and electric warming gloves.

u/spleeble · 2 pointsr/NYCbike

Sealskinz gloves are excellent. I use these ones.

Best combination of water resistance and dexterity I've found.

u/Robbieburnsides · 2 pointsr/glasgow

Just realised they have to be from amazon, apologies mate. I ended up going with these though, good reviews and they seem like they’d be warm, what do ya reckon? https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B0761V4859/ref=oh_aui_i_sh_pre_o0_img?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/gronkspike25 · 2 pointsr/skiing


For great gloves without having to spend $100+ these ones are my favorite.

u/F_Quidel · 1 pointr/chibike

I used these Ozero Winter Gloves! all winter long and they kept my hands warm even on the 0 degree days (and my ride is usually around 45 minutes to an hour long), I would recommend those to anyone. Also, they're pretty cheap.

u/mshorts · 2 pointsr/skiing

I have Hestra Morrison 3-Finger Gloves. They are unbelievably warm. If your hands get cold, you might consider a 3-finger glove. It has decent dexterity, but is warmer than a standard glove.

u/lukazaz · 1 pointr/pokemongo

I got a pair of this gloves and it works ok even the "low budget" gloves Uline sells (ansel) for touch screens work (not for 0C temps but their still ok


u/notimeforniceties · 10 pointsr/BuyItForLife

SealSkinz sound like they may come as close as I know of to what you're looking for.

Classic Model: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01GQ0X5RC/

Touchscreen: https://www.amazon.com/SealSkinz-Ultra-Grip-Touch-Screen-Glove/dp/B014QM869Y

u/Lector48 · 1 pointr/Zippo

SAVIOR HEATED Gloves for Men Women, Skiing Heated Gloves,Arthritis Glove https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071X64XQX/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_L2OJDbE7EHHB9

u/Diedjies · 3 pointsr/belgium

Most gloves you find are only made for walking and don't offer enough protection for the constant cold wind you get while biking.

You'll be looking at very expensive gloves for biking during winter.

[Army grade winter gloves, there you go.](

u/andrew9223 · 1 pointr/bicycling

Cycling glove suck for really cold weather. I ride all through the winter and wear a pair of these. they are warm and give you enough dexterity to shift and brake.


u/Chocow8s · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

Have you tried a pair of thin thermal gloves? These might be thin enough not to be too uncomfortable for keyboard and mouse use.