Best Mens Ski Gloves for 2016/2017

You simply can't underestimate the difference a good pair of gloves can make on the mountain. Whether it's to keep your hands nice and comfortable on those cold blustery days or to allow you to control your mobile device while you're e-mailing friends about where to meet, a good pair of gloves or mitts are important. To help you find that perfect pair, the team at PowderCam has put together a list of men’s ski gloves that we see as being the best out there for the 2016/17 season.

Need more information? Check out our article on "How to Choose the Best Ski Glove" where you can get a great overview on what your options are on ski gloves. 

If you are interested in womens ski gloves, check Best Womens Ski Gloves for 2016/2017.

  • 1. Black Diamond Guide Finger Gloves

    Black Diamond Guide Finger Gloves

    The Black Diamond Guide Ski Gloves is the one of the most popular and warmest gloves available making it a perfect option for cold weather skiing, snowboarding and mountaineering. This is a dual-layer glove with a removable liner made of PrimaLoft One and boiled wool which it warm on its own. The Gore-Tex insert makes this glove waterproof. They are also super tough and easily among the most durable gloves available with a goat leather palm and foam-padded knuckles. The downside con for this glove is that the glove can take some time to break in.

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  • 2. Hestra Army Leather Heli Ski 3-Finger Gloves

    Hestra Army Leather Heli Ski 3-Finger Gloves

    Swedish manufacturer Hestra produces some excellent gloves. The Hestra Army Leather Heli Ski 3-Finger Gloves are an excellent glove that combines warmth and dexterity which puts it on many best of lists. The 3 finger compartment allows you to keep those fingers warm from the body warmth and by having the index finger free, you’ll have more mobility to do those common tasks skiers face on the hill. These gloves have a hybrid leather and synthetic construction and are made to be very durable at a very reasonable price. The only negative comment on these gloves is that they require some maintenance to help keep them water-proof.

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  • 3. Hestra Morrison Pro Model Gloves

    Hestra Morrison Pro Model Gloves

    Hestra’s Morrison Pro Model Ski Gloves are inspired by professional free-skier Seth Morrison. They are extremely durable, very warm, offer an excellent fit, and allow you a fair amount of dexterity. All of this together makes it one of the most highly rated high-end gloves on the market. The inside is lined with soft fleece to keep you warm and the all leather exterior makes it very flexible. Like all leather gloves, it requires maintenance, but if you are ok with doing a little work, these are some of the best available.

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  • 4. Outdoor Research Mute Sensor Gloves

    Outdoor Research Mute Sensor Gloves

    If you are the type of person who spends a lot of time on the phone texting, playing music, and taking pictures, you should consider the Outdoor Research Mute Sensor Gloves. This under-cuff glove was designed to be very dexterous and it has a touch screen thumb and index finger. It is made of soft goat leather and the under-cuff makes it easy to move your hands. The Gore-Tex liner provides excellent weather resistance and the cozy fleece lining and Primaloft insulation make it warm.

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  • 5. FlyLow Gear Ridge Gloves

    FlyLow Gear Ridge Gloves

    The FlyLow Gear Ridge Glove is an under-cuff leather glove that is affordable and durable. This work-style glove is good for those who work on the mountain or simply like the look of a work-style glove. The pig-skin leather is very durable and dries soft helping it stay flexible. You will need to use a wax to help maintain it. It is not a very warm glove, but it does a pretty good job while maintaining its durability.

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