HESTRA ARMY LEATHER GORE-TEX MITT 2021 PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The Hestra Army Leather Gore-Tex Mitt is a long-cuffed and durable alpine ski glove for those who need a warm and dry glove, in really tough weather conditions and at a high activity level. The Hestra Army Leather Gore-Tex Mitt features Triton polyamide fabric which is windproof, water-resistant and breathable as well as Gore-Tex for great temperature regulation and protection against the elements.
-HESTRA Triton polyamide fabric: Windproof, water-resistant and breathable. 100% polyamide.
-Army Goat Leather: Durable and proofed goat leather.
-Waterproof: This glove has an insert (membrane) inside the glove, making the glove waterproof.
-GORE-TEX: A thin PTFE membrane that behaves in the same way as human skin. It breathes, i.e. it releases excess heat and body moisture, while preventing the penetration of any moisture from outside. A wind- and waterproof material. 38% polyamide, 62% ePTFE-GORE-TEX.
-Fiberfill: 100% Polyester
-Bemberg: 100% Polyester
FEATURES OF THE HESTRA ARMY LEATHER GORE-TEX MITT
-Pull strap with Velcro closure
The size guides are based on average hand dimensions for different ages. The sizes should therefore only be seen as a recommendation.
SIZE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SPORT GLOVES
It is important to find the correct size from the start as sport gloves generally do not stretch over time. There should be a small gap between hand and glove to bind air which makes the glove warmer. A sports glove that is too tight will most likely be perceived as colder.
If you are in between two unisex sizes we recommend that you normally choose the larger one. Our women’s gloves have a more narrow fit than the unisex models. If you are a woman with unisex size 7 you should normally choose size 8 in our women’s gloves. Junior size 7 and unisex size 7 is not the same size as they follow different size ranges.
The family business Martin Magnusson & Co. was founded in 1936 and is now run by the third and fourth generation of Magnussons. Both design and development is done at the headquarters in the small village Hestra, Sweden.
Hestra gloves are manufactured in their own factories with personally purchased leather, fabric, wool and other materials. This allows for control of the production chain and ensures a high level of quality. Several Hestra models are handmade by some of the most experienced glove makers in Europe.