These Ladies Performance Ski Gloves in Black will keep your hands and fingers toasty no matter how cold it gets. As well as being your best friend on the slopes, they’re also ideal when you’re relaxing around the resort and enjoying the après ski!
What’s more, you can still benefit from their thermal performance when you’re away from the slopes. They’ll keep your hands warm, comfortable and protected during all your outdoor activities or pursuits, not just skiing.
Many ski gloves look impressive at first glance, but Heat Holders thermal ski gloves offer you reliable performance as well as looks. Using our proven thermal expertise, we’ve engineered a range of thermal ski gloves that not only look great but will keep you warm and comfortable from dusk till dawn. Our performance thermal ski gloves have been a firm favourite with winter sports fans for over a decade – and when you wear them, you’ll quickly see why.
Non-slip grippers on the palm and fingers give you a firm grasp of ski poles or trekking poles. An extra-long Velcro-fastening cuff seals in the heat and stops the skin between your wrists and your sleeves from being exposed, banishing chilly draughts and keeping your hands wonderfully warm.
These performance ski gloves are created with our four-part protective construction. The tough outer layer is made with a wind and showerproof material providing a reliable shield against the elements. However, the secret to the warmth lies inside: a unique dual-layer insulation system featuring our famous HeatWeaver®️ insulation, a plush fur-like thermal lining that traps warm air close to your skin, combined with Thinsulate™️ insulation for extra warmth and breathability. The dual layers form a thermal cavity between the layers that holds in even more warmth, maximising thermal protection.
To find your glove size, measure your right hand if you are right-handed or your left hand if you are left-handed. As shown in the below diagram, wrap a tape measure around your palm at the base of your knuckles to determine your size
Fibre Composition: Outer: 100% Polyester. Lining: 100% Polyester. Insulation: 58% Polypropylene, 42% Polyester. Cuff: 99% Acrylic, 1% Elastane. Palm: 100% Polyester
Hand wash only.
Heat Holders Technology
Japanese-designed thermal yarn provides insulation with superior breathability and softness.
Innovative knitting technology produces our UK PATENTED long loop cushion pile to hold more warm air.
Our expert brushing process maximises the amount of warm air held in for unbeatable warmth.
HEATWEAVER® Insulation is a plush fur-like thermal lining that maximises the air held close to the body.
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Excellent warm & waterproof gloves which allow hands to have dexterity for many purposes (even though not used for skiing!) Straightforward ordering & swift delivery. Very pleased
I am extremely happy with my order. It was delivered quickly too. The gloves fit perfectly too and they keep my hands extremely warm and look forward to wearing them each time I go out when the weather is chilly.
Very warm gloves, fit well and delivery was fast.
I had to buy new ones while skiing sadly as my fingers were constantly wet, and therefore, cold. The new ones stayed dry - they were by a different brand. These were also super tight to take on and off which is a bit annoying when navigating the faffing required when skiing. Nice for winter but not quite up to scratch for skiing sadly!
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Ordered ski gloves but I got thr size wrong. Timely delivery in spite of mail strike, no problem about returning free for refund.
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"These are the warmest socks I have ever worn. They are especially good in wellies or boots when the weather is icy."
Rambler and avid walker
“These are the warmest socks I've ever worn without making your feet 'sweaty'”
“Just the job! My feet have never been warmer in winter - will definitely buy some more”
“These socks are great for cold weather at the allotment and even better for walking the dogs in winter conditions.”