Best Ski Gloves for 2015/2016

You simply can't under estimate 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 gloves that we see as being the best out there. 

  • 1. BearTek Bluetooth Gloves

    BearTek Bluetooth Gloves

    BearTek Bluetooth gloves allow you to control your phone directly from your gloves without having to remove them. Not only can you control your phone, you can also control your GoPro® camera. They are high quality weatherproof goatskin leather gloves that will keep you warm and comfortable.

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  • 2. Eddie Bauer Touchscreen Claim

    Eddie Bauer Touchscreen Claim

    People are constantly texting on the slopes and these gloves do an excellent job of allowing you to keep the gloves on while texting. The gloves are made of two types of PrimaLoft to keep your hands warm and has a waterproof/breathable nylon shell. Conductive polyurethane on the fingers lets you operate a smart phone or other touchscreen without removing gloves.

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  • 3. Seirus Heatwave Glove/Mitt

    Seirus Heatwave Glove/Mitt

    These have a thermal reflective layer made with a high wicking, polyester/nylon blend that helps retain 20% more warmth inside the glove than traditional linings. A kinetic process creates a 4-5 degree increase in this heat from wicking energy. This is an excellent glove for those with constant cold hands and you won't need to spend a lot of money.

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