Tips┃How to choose ski gloves?


Ski sports gloves are mainly used in skiing, playing in the snow, and outdoor adventure activities. Ski gloves require functions such as waterproof, breathable, warm and hand protection. Ski gloves must not only keep warm and cold-proof, but also be soft, wear-resistant and cut-resistant. So, how to choose ski gloves?
Classification of ski gloves
Ski gloves can be divided into split-finger ski gloves and combined-finger ski gloves according to styles; according to raw materials, they can be divided into natural leather, artificial leather, synthetic leather, textile fabrics and ski gloves mixed with various materials.

At present, there are three main types of gloves on the market: combined fingers; split fingers; three-fingered gloves.
Synthetic Gloves: Multiple choices for general veneers. At the beginning of the novice, the hands are easy to support the ground, and the force on the five fingers of the gloves is more even. Less prone to injury.
Finger gloves: general double-board multiple choices. Finger operation is more flexible. Easy to hold snowball fights and hold boards.
Three-finger gloves: It combines the characteristics of both finger gloves and split-finger gloves. Warmth and flexibility are somewhere in between. Comparing means comparing. Reduced wearing time. The flexibility is increased compared to the combined finger.

The function of ski gloves
It has certain anti-wear, anti-cut and anti-tear ability. At present, more professional ski gloves even use Kevlar material for body armor in the main protective parts. Very strong and safe.
Cotton, wool, fleece and other materials are easy to stick to snow, which will quickly make the inside and outside of the gloves wet and cold. Severe frostbite of fingers.
Keeping warm is a basic requirement. Glove breathability is also important. Let the sweat that comes out when it is hot evaporate in time. Avoid wetness and the icy feeling when your activity level drops. And airtight gloves often sweat and smell easily in the gloves.

Small details of purchase‍
The size of the number should be appropriate. Appropriate thickness. You need to keep your fingers flexible. Easy to zip in the snow, fetch things, adjust boots, snowboards, get on and off lifts, and more. Some ski gloves are also made into the shape of naturally curved fingers. It is more natural and comfortable to wear. Snowboard gloves have longer wrists. It is not easy to get into the snow. Some also have the structure of wrist guards. Prevent contusion when hands are on the ground.
To ensure a firmer and more reliable grip when wearing gloves. Handy for poles, snowboards, tows, lifts, and more.
Gloves with short cuffs were tucked into the sleeves. Sleeve cuffs need to be pulled tight; gloves with long cuffs are worn over clothing. Pull the glove bungee to tighten the glove cuff.
Guaranteed the tightness of the glove on the wrist. It can prevent wind and snow from entering. Without compromising comfort and movement.
For added durability. On some gloves the surface will be reinforced where the palm and fingertips are located. Typically leather or synthetic reinforcements like Kevlar are used.
The anti-lost rope is an elastic rope with a loop at the end of the glove, which wraps the anti-lost rope around the wrist to prevent the glove from being lost after taking off the glove.