If you live in a ski household, Seth's name has been around for years, but the folks at Hestra have been making superior gloves since way before Sethmo was born. Martin Magnusson started making ski gloves in 1941 when his logging customers wanted something to wear in the winter, and Hestra hasn't looked back. The Seth Morrison Pro Model is always one of their best-sellers, and features a durable goat leather/analine leather construction with outboard seams in the fingers for comfort.
Impregnated Army Goat Leather and Analine Cowhide Leather No, not goats that have been knocked up, but the leather's been treated with a water-resistant and flexible polymer before construction.
C-Zone Waterproof Insert Hestra's own waterproof/breathable insert for those wet and just barely freezing days.
Thermolite® insulation is a Coolmax® product using hollow-core fibers.
Goat leather palm (yes, it's impregnated) for durability and flexibility
Vertical Cut Technology Design specific technology to ensure the best possible fit
Outseams Seams are sewn on the outside of the fingers for comfort and dexterity.
Reinforced Leather Doubled leather construction in high abrasion areas
Hestra Handcuff Elastic fabric cuff to secure glove to wrist and lock out snow
Wrist, knuckle and back of finger padding
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Comments about Hestra Seth Morrison Pro Gloves:
An amazingly warm glove with a really soft liner. The goat leather palm is much softer and more supple than traditional cow hide gloves. The straps that attach to your arms are so useful. No more balancing your gloves on you lap when riding the chair and answering the phone. A bit more expensive than your average glove but well worth the money.