- 100% Leather
- Deerskin Leather
- Primaloft insulation and brushed polyester lining
- Short knitted cuff
Since Hestra’s beginning in 1936, they have developed several thousand models of gloves. The technical possibilities available in glove manufacturing today are great. However, making gloves for different needs and environments requires a special set of skills. The needs of Mountaineers are different from the needs of a family with children. Vasaloppet competitors have certain demands, while kayak paddlers have others.
Hestra gloves are used in activities where the hands are put to the test. They make gloves for everyone from fighter pilots to artisans. This means that finding the right balance between aspects like durability, cold and moisture resistance and flexibility is extremely important. To do this, they cooperate closely with people who place the highest demands on their equipment. Simply maximizing the properties – durability, water resistance and insulation – seldom results in a good glove.
After almost eight decades in the business, they’ve acquired great experience and knowledge of materials and craftsmanship. We’ve learnt how to combine different materials, insulations and linings to achieve the results that we want. Most important is the fit of the glove and achieving this is a result of having found the right balance of materials.
To learn more about Hestra Gloves, visit the Hestra Vendor page.
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