A good pair of gloves, if maintained, can last an incredibly long time. Before taking on a new pair of snow gloves for yourself, look well for the comfort level, material, and grip of these gloves.
We present a list of some of the best pairs that you may want to buy this season. Have a look!
10. Kineed Snow Glove ($14.99)
These waterproof gloves can be used for skiing and staying warm in the snow. The unit has a waterproof shell surface with reinforced warm cotton lining. The gloves are resistant to the wind and keep hands dry and warm when skiing and snowboarding. The anti-slip structure provides easy grip and mobility, and the gloves are wear resistant as well. You can also tighten them using a wrist buckle.
“Love these gloves! They are very cute; I love the color/ pattern. I believe they fit a little small because they fit my hands perfectly and I have small hands (about 7″ in length). They are (extremely) warm and kept my hands dry through hours of snow play. They go past my wrist which I like because they help hold my sweater/ long sleeve shirt down underneath my jacket. I highly recommend, but not for those with hands much larger than mine.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
9. Andorra Snow Glove ($29.99)
Andorra’s water, wind and snow proof gloves have an exterior surface that sheds water and snow. They have a moisture-wicking and air-circulating interior and are made from layers of 3M’s super efficient insulation. These are specially designed for skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and other winter sports, and the texturized palm and fingers guarantee a secure full-hand grip. You can tighten your gloves using the adjustable velcro strap.
“Probably the most comfortable pair of gloves I own. They are wonderful. Waterproof on the outside feels like a warm fleece blanket on the inside. The wrist part comes up enough to keep everything warm, with a nice adjustable Velcro strap to help ensure they stay on. And of course, a clasp on the side to lock them together, so you do not lose them and the remain always together when not in use. I probably won’t wear any other gloves this winter as these have me fully covered. I have smaller hands went with a small, and they are a perfect fit, No complaints at all.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
8. Simplicity Snow Glove ($19.99)
These waterproof snow gloves are super soft on the inside and insulate well from the wind and cold. The adjustable strap provides your comfortable tightness and keeps your hands dry and warm even in and after long hours of snow. The thick polyester material protects well against impact and injury.
“I purchased these gloves for shoveling snow in the winter, and they keep my hands nice and warm. I haven’t gotten them too wet while using so I can’t say much in that regard, but otherwise, they are great.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
7. Andorra Snow Glove ($29.99)
These gloves by Andorra featuring waterproof Thinsulate have advanced thumb and fingertips that allow the use of touchscreens so you can control your smartphone or tablet without having to take these gloves off. The zippered pocket on the back is large enough to hold cards, lift tickets or keys without hindering their actual use and flexibility. The gloves are with layers of 3M’s super efficient insulation which ensures breathability and maximum heat retention. The back of the finger and thumb is a soft and safe lens wiper fabric.
“I love these winter gloves. The inside is super soft.The zipper pocket on the back of the hand is large enough for a credit card. The touch screen is sensitive. Very nice pair of gloves. The cotton is very thick.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
6. GVDV Snow Glove ($12.99)
These gloves are of high quality and are wind and waterproof. They help hands stay dry and warm while engaging in snow or snow sports. The palm diamond with anti-skid cloth enhances the grip as well as increases wear resistance. The 3D finger cutting makes it easy to grasp and move objects around.
“Took these on a three day trip to A-Basin in Colorado. I’m a novice skier but managed to go to the top of the mountain and make it down blue runs a dozen times or so, and while my nose and ears were freezing my hands were perfectly warm and dried the entire trip no matter how many times I fell. Can’t comment on how they would hold up if you are an extreme skier but they were perfect for me with no fraying at all.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
5. HighLoong Snow Glove ($15.99)
These Thinsulate, extra warm and waterproof snow gloves have a nylon shell and PU leather on the palm for better grip. They are made from elastic polyester fiber and have tricot lining, knitted cuff buckle, and slot design vent hole. The moisture wicking layer keeps your hand’s sweat free, and the water repellent layer keeps your hands dry during the entire time in the snow. All materials are skin friendly.
“I bought two pairs of gloves for a week long ski trip in Breckenridge – this pair and a more expensive pair. I also brought a warm pair of down mittens. Temps were from zero to 30, from bright blue skies to very windy, snowy conditions. This (pair) is the only pair of gloves that I wore all week. I tend to handle the cold temps pretty well, and in the freezing temps, my hands got a bit cold. But beyond that, they worked great. I was very impressed.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
4. Ewing Snow Glove ($6.49)
These snow gloves for women have 40g of Thinsulate inside and are warm even in the freezing snow. The pull-tight wrist straps block out cold air and snow while the water repellent layer keeps your hands dry. You can also keep your hand’s sweat free by the inbuilt moisture wicking layer, and the lock clips keep the gloves together when you are not wearing them. They are soft, lightweight with an ergonomic design and maintain high breathability.
“I purchased these (gloves) for the harsh winters in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. So far so good! Delivery was fast. Sizes seem to run a little small. Quality overall is good.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
3. Mountain Made Snow Glove ($27.97)
These Mountain Made waterproof winter gloves are for men and women both. The pair has a convenient top hand zipper for storage and allows a sure grip on the objects. These gloves are resistant to winds and will keep you warm in the snow.
“I waited until my daughter had two days wearing these on the slopes before writing a review. Nineteen degrees and snowing– toes were cold, but her hands were toasty. She probably could have used an XS, but that wasn’t available. S (unisex sizing) is a little big but didn’t affect comfort. Really like the zip pocket which is perfect for a heat packet. Performed better than better-known brands costing 50% more” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
2. Carhartt Snow Glove ($22.99)
These Carhartt’s waterproof gloves have a polyester shell, polyurethane palm, and polyester lining as well as wicking lining and soft insulation.
“Love these for one simple reason. I can get my hands into them, which is my most difficult problem with most XXL gloves. Beyond that, they have kept my hands warm while working in my freezer. I have neuropathy and cannot handle frozen items without the gloves.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
1. Burton Snow Glove ($64.95)
This pair has a 100% polyester insert and a TPU shell. The gloves are not only waterproof but also have an incredibly firm grip and touch. The thermal core insulation combined with a fleece lining serves up desired heat. You can also accommodate a disposable hand warmer in an integrated pocket.
“Great gloves for snowboarding.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
Which one of these pairs would you buy? Comment below!