The Hestra Ergo Grip Active is constructed from a combination of a Gore Windstopper Breeze upper, which is fully waterproof, windproof and breathable, combined with tough Aniline Goat Leather in the palm areas. The brushed polyester lining is durable and with it being brushed, it provides a softer feeling and contains more air, creating better insulation. The under wrist velcro closure will keep the warmth in and the snow and cold out.
The Ergo Grip construction means that the gloves are shaped or pre-curved so that they follow the natural curve of your hands, this gives a closer, more comfortable fit and grip.
Hestra Ergo Grip Active Features
- Gore Windstopper Breeze
- Proofed Aniline Goat Leather palm
- Brushed polyester lining
- Ergo Grip
- Reinforced index finger
- Velcro closure wrist strap
- Royal Blue / Yellow
- M, M/L, L (see size guide)
Hestra Glove Sizing
Palm Circumference: Measure around the fullest part of the hand; around the knuckles and excluding the thumb.
Hand Length: Measure from the tip of the middle finger to the wrist.
Your Body Measurements in Inches:
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Customer Reviews of Hestra Ergo Grip Active (Winter 18)
As always Hestra don't disappoint.this is a perfectly fitting glove to say the least.Great protection, yet warm enough, windproof and mostly snow proof, and thin enough to feel the grip on ski poles really well.Much better than conventional thicker gloves.All ski gloves should be like these for sure.I have now been using these for 5-6years.
I was looking for some XC leather gloves as I was getting a bit feed up of wearing ordinary fleece gloves out between thumb and palm. These were the only ones I found in the UK.
Nice gloves well made and look like they could last a while. My only criticism is the sizes are on the small size. I have size 10 but they're still a bit small for me and these are the biggest they do. I'M hoping they'll stretch a bit but for the price you'd think they could make something that actually fitted.
Now I have them the weather's turned wet and mild stripping away the snow cover up here in the Highlands. So, I don't know when I will actually get to try them out. Hopefully soon.