get black diamond patroller gloves, sometimes they come on backcountry outlet.com super sick gloves and totally worth the money
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We were all expecting something GRAND for our massive efforts down the line. Needless to say, all the money went to drive us 100km from home and play frisbee golf for a week at a "resort" aimed for trips for retarded people"
Hestras are damn nice. The warmest and most comfortable gloves that have ever touched my skin. But not good for park. The precious leather can get torn up pretty easily by your ski edges and other mishaps.
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If you have around $80 to spend I would recommend POW gloves. I've worn two of their all leather gloves and have been pleased all around. The two gloves are the Royal and the Stealth. The Royal is a lighter glove with Thinsulate and are rated to about 0 degrees (I'd say more like 10, but my hands get cold easily). The Stealth is a mid weight glove weighted to -10 degrees and is a definitely thicker and warmer. The gloves come with Nik Wax for you to apply before you first use them. I've loved these gloves for their warmth, comfort, dexterity, and because when my friends with their REI or Dakine gloves (the kind made with DWR material) are wringing out their gloves my hands are still toasty warm and dry.
They are a little pricier, but they are way better than any comparably priced glove. I think there is also a Royal mitten (all leather) for a little bit less than the Royal glove.