Looking for new snowboard gloves? We have created this review to help you start your search. Our top 13 Snowboard Gloves and Mitts list will show you the most trendy and functional gloves for the approaching winter season.
We have tested multiple brands to find the best ones that will keep your fingers warm. If you want to know the most important features when it comes to snowboard gloves, you can also check out buying advice below the product review list. Use our experience and knowledge to pick out the most suitable gloves for your hands and be ready to shred some pow!
- Removable performance liner
- 4-way stretch Infinium soft shell
- Durable water-repellent leather
- Durable fabrics
- Retains warmth
- Elastic strap with Velcro closure
- Soundtouch touchscreen tech
- Light fill insulation
- Gore-Tex waterproof shell
Top 13 Snowboarding Gloves And Best Snowboard Mitts For Winter 2022/2023:
This versatile snowboard glove comes in a premium package and features a removable elastic leash. Gore Active technology is combined with Gore-Tex membrane for a great liner experience. Gore Active technology regulates temperature and allows for maximum breathability.
Dakine Phoenix is waterproof and breathable with a removable performance liner. The liner is 100% nylon. When it comes to insulation, this model features 85 grams PrimaLoft Gold.
We loved the shell of the Dakine Phoenix because it is very well constructed, with a 4 way stretch and the DWR (durable water repellent) on the back of the hand. 100% goat leather is the fabric covering the back of the fingers and the palm. A Gore Active insert adds to breathability since this liner is waterproof and lightweight. For extra warmth, there are 360 grams of wool insulation on the inside of the glove.
- removable liner glove
- elastic leash
- one-hand cinch gauntlet
- goat leather on the palm and fingers
- could be more dexterous
If your hands get cold easily you should definitely give these a try! The warmth is captured and kept inside the glove, and if you get too warm, you can always wear them without a liner. We tested these in temperatures between -10 and -15F and they showed incredible consistency when it comes to keeping our fingers warm. They are stretchy enough and dexterous but they do not compromise the warmth which is an excellent combo!
The Army Leather Heli Ski glove was designed for free-riders, professional mountain guides and patrollers, ski instructors and others who place high demands on function, fit and durability.
Holding heat even in wet conditions, this glove is made from a very thin polyester fiber with exceptionally high insulating capacity. Its soft and cozy lining can be combined with other liners for greater adaptability.
You won’t have to sacrifice warmth for dexterity. This glove’s 3-finger design provides you with the dexterity of a glove, but also heat by bringing the three fingers together.
One of the reasons we love this brand so much is the fact that Hestra makes only gloves. This means they are specialized, focused and always looking for improvements and new features to show to their customers. From our experience, the Hestra Heli collection offers some of the warmest gloves on the market, and there are many reasons why Hestra Army Heli 3 Fingers glove is the no1 selling Hestra glove in the world. They have the most needed features, they are warm, reliable and dexterous, so the odds are you will fall in love with these gloves after the first try.
- practical design
- great for snowboarding
- needs extra care (leather palm)
Hestra gloves are well - known for their durability, and if you take proper care of them and store them adequately, they are gonna last for a couple of seasons for sure! The removable liner is a welcomed feature, since you can readjust your glove according to the temperature (if it is too warm and you do not wanna get your hands sweaty, just take the liner out). This model is designed in a way that you can get the best of the both worlds - the dexterity that comes with gloves and the warmth of a mitt.
Grab the Carhartt Men's Cold Snap Insulated Work Glove and experience warmth like no other, featuring a soft touch face wipe, securing wrist leash, and Soundtouch touchscreen tech so you can use your smart device.
The combination of Light Fill insulation and a removable Merino wool blend liner turns these gloves into the warmest of hand protectors. If that wasn't enough, there is a pocket designed specifically for a hand warmer for added warmth.
Whether you are facing blizzard winds or a downpour of sleet, the Gore-Tex waterproof shell made from a GLCR base fabric will stand up to any weather, keeping the wind and water at bay.
These mitts are super warm and keeps your hands comfortably protected. They feature a long gauntlet with a wrist elastic adjustment which emphasizes dexterity so you can move your hands more freely. The waterproof zip is an extra plus since you can use it as a ventilation or to store your hand warmer. The liner is made of merino wool and the way it fits and feels is really enjoyable and cozy.
- great price-performance ratio
- 3-in-1 design
- wool liner
- runs a bit large
Our testers appreciated the design which enables you to choose whether to use a liner or not. Even without the liner, these gloves are still warm and great at capturing heat, but you can make them super lightweight if you decide to take the liner out. The pre-curved palm is also an amazing attribute because it gives your hands a bit of rest as they can be in a more natural position. We have realized that this trait is super convenient especially if you like to snowboard throughout the day, because it reduces the fatigue of your fingers.
This glove is made of durable leather with a waterproof membrane and military-grade insulation that keep your hands warm and functioning in any weather. Seemingly small but essential features like a removable wrist leash and touchscreen compatibility help you do your job without being impeded by cold hands.
Waterproof Gnar Guard leather on the shell and palm is soft, supple, and breathable. The gloves feature the reinforced leather grip on the palm and extended-length cuff. When it comes to insulation there is Primaloft Gold Insulation with Eco Grip Control for extra warmth.
Moisture-wicking brushed microfleece fixed lining on the palm for further comfort.
This leather glove is breathable and waterproof thanks to the Gore-Tex membrane. Those who ride a lot already know the importance of dry hands and this Burton glove is going to give you just what you need - warm and dry hands! These gloves are created to preserve warmth even in the harshest of weather. They are touch - screen sensitive and incorporate Screen Grab® thumb and index fingertips, so you can work your cell phone with ease.
- durable leather
- great at keeping warmth
- impressive touch-screen tech
- a smaller fit
- non-removable liners
When it comes to insulation, they feature PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation Eco Grip Control and brushed microfiber fixed lining on the palm. The cuff is extended and an incredible powder blocker, and its length will secure your hands from letting the snow get inside. The Ergonomic pre-curved fit is designed for your comfort and you will feel super comfy while wearing this model. All of our testers agreed that these are really cozy gloves for women and men, with amazing construction and an even better fit and grip.
Waterproof and windproof Gore-Tex offers protection against all the elements, while an exterior of durable stretch-woven fabric enhances breathability.
Goatskin reinforcements protect where you need them most, and textured palms ensure you don’t lose your grip on ski poles or snowmobile handlebars.
Megaloft synthetic insulation keeps you warm even when wet, while pockets on the back let you store hand warmers for extra warmth. Gore-Tex technology keeps water out of Gordini's gloves, while allowing moisture from the inside (perspiration) to easily escape, so your hands stay warm and dry.
There is a reason why these gloves found their place on both of our lists (The Best Ski Gloves and The Best Snowboard Gloves). Their features are equally cherished for both of these winter sports. This Gordini model is an excellent choice for resort skiers. You will not regret buying them, because they offer great insulation and warmth. They are more on the water-resistant side than totally waterproof, but the technology of the shell makes them super durable. The best thing is that they are budget-friendly and even if you are in for some more expensive gloves, you should give these a try since they do not lack additional features.
- made for winter’s worst conditions
- durable fabric
- pockets for hand warmers
- textured palm for a firm grip
- somewhat restrictive
They are also a bit bulky and stiff, but then again, they were made for colder weather. You can expect them to break in in about two weeks, but the flexibility is still going to be a bit of a challenge. The dexterity, or the lack of it, could be a reason to shy away, but keep in mind that the main feature of these Gordinis is to keep your hands warm and toasty. And that is exactly what they will do.
This model features PrimaLoft Gold Insulation, 100% Tricot lining at the back of the hand, Moonlight Pile Fleece 100% polyester Palm Lining, Radiant Fleece 95% polyester and 5% spandex liner.
The outer glove has waterproof attributes with VerticalX synthetic insulation and in addition there is 100 weight fleece liner that is sewn in. This model is designed for men, features an extra, additional pair of liner gloves made of fleece. You can use these by themselves, or as liners inside the HighCamp gloves.
Gauntlets can be adjusted using just one hand, and there are ladder locks on the back and handy pull loops to assist you when you put your gloves on.
The price of this one really grabbed our attention. I must admit we were suspicious at the beginning, but finally came to the conclusion that these gloves are actually pretty decent, especially when you take into account that these come at the price of under $100. They represent an excellent choice for backcountry and resort skiing and snowboarding. Your hands will be kept warm and toasty, so no need to worry if the lower price is going to jeopardize this most important quality.
- affordable price
- lifetime warranty
- decent dexterity
- not as durable
- gauntlet too small for some jackets
Due to a bit lower fabric quality and construction of the shell, the Outdoor Research Highcamps are not as durable as some more expensive gloves. But this does not mean you should shy away from them. Even though they are budget friendly, they are really a gem when compared to other gloves in their price range and we would recommend them for most of the winter days. We liked that they offered everything a regular snowboarder might need, from warmth and dexterity to handy features. Maybe they are not the best option for professional users, but are really reliable enough for a moderate snowboarder and we believe they can withstand the elements and harsh weather for a couple of seasons.
A fully waterproof shell and PrimaLoft insulation make the Black Diamond Mercury Mitt a popular choice for year-round use.
Four-way stretch Pretext Shield fabric and a large gauntlet keep moisture at bay and the goat leather palm with Kevlar stitching increases durability for seasons of hard use.
The removable split-finger liner features a high-loft fleece lining for increased warmth and comfort and a Dry insert adds moisture protection even when you use the liner by itself.
The removable liner is insulated with a combination 340 g PrimaLoft Gold and high-loft fleece.
In the perfect world, all our gloves would be super dexterous and warm at the same time. These are the two main factors when describing a good glove, but in reality, warmth and dexterity are in negative correlation. So, since these mitts are extra warm, you cannot really expect to tie your laces with the gloves on. To help out dexterity a bit, this model has an index finger trigger which can help you out in some basic tasks.
- super warm
- quick drying liner
- elastic wrist gauntlet
- less efficient dexterity
- leather palm needs extra care
Overall, the lack of dexterity could be an issue in some situations, especially if you are up to go skiing. We found these to be amazing for snowboarding and the feeling of wearing these gloves is simply amazing. They will protect you from the wind, water and snow, keeping the warmth in and the cold out. The Black Diamond Mercuries feature a removable liner, which makes it faster and easier to dry your gloves. The gauntlet is super convenient and easy to use, so we would definitely recommend these gloves for our fellow snowboarders.
The Detect XT S Mitt is made for snowboarders with cold-sensitive hands that easily lose heat. All the features and benefits of expedition gloves are gathered into this pair. Hands stay warm and dry with Primaloft filling and a SOFT-TEX waterproof membrane.
They feature Primaloft (100% Polyester) insulation and a LEKI Leash.
These mittens are made of polyester and are made for snowboarders to keep their hands warm. They have a mid length gauntlet and a clip to keep the two gloves together.
These are not the warmest gloves of the bunch, so we would recommend them for some milder climates. Still, they have some handy features that we found pretty nice as the double gauntlet, finger channels, heat pocket, Leki Leash and the Loose extended fit. The lining is made of Micro Bemberg (100% polyester) and these gloves feature the PrimaLoft insulation. The main material consists of Taslan; the softshell is made of 92% polyester and 8% elastane.
- finger channels
- Leki leash
- Loose extended fit
- could be warmer
- not enough dexterity
The main description we can give when it comes to these mittens is that they are moderately warm in harsher weather, but really comfortable to wear. Even though they lack dexterity (they are mitts after all) they are cozy to wear and have a Gore-Tex insert which helps keep the heat in. The loop is one of the handy features that Leki series enables. It clicks to the pole to ensure a stable grip (for skiing adventures), which makes it a really nice attribute.
The Dryride two-layer shell fabric is waterproof and breathable which ensures warmth and comfort for your hands.
Feel free and confident to use your devices thanks to the Screen Grab Toughgrip PU synthetic palm for total touchscreen control. and ultimate flexibility.
This model features the handy feature of the nose wipe on a thumb and the brushed-microfiber fixed lining that pulls moisture away from hands.
This Burton model is highly insulated, but we were surprised to find out how breathable these gloves are. They are wind and waterproof and keep your hands protected from the weather elements, and at the same time they keep your fingers and palms fresh and not clammy. This happens thanks to the Gore-Tex membrane that lets the sweat go out, but keeps the warmth inside the glove.
- touch - screen sensitive
- windproof & waterproof
- removable liner gloves
- excellent price
- not very resistant to wear & tear
- could be more dexterous
We have found that one of the best features of these gloves is that all the fingers are touch sensitive because this model uses Screen Grab synthetic leather technology (nice to know: the liner gloves do not have any touch-screen sensitive fabric on them). Generally speaking, these Burton Gore-Tex gloves are great in terms of pricing and warmth. The dexterity and durability are so-so, but they are still at the top in their price range, so take that into consideration.
Seems that nowadays the screen-sensitive attribute is a must and this pair has a screen-touch sensitive thumb and index finger to help you out with handling your devices, checking the cell - phone or looking at the maps.
Our testers found them a bit on the large side with some room to wiggle your fingers, which made wearing these gloves more than comfortable. The fit is secured and there is a pair of liner gloves included.
The bottom line is, these are pretty decent Dakine gloves, with some awesome warmth and a bit of weak durability of the materials.
When it comes to dexterity, we were satisfied with what Dakine Leather Titan had to offer. This impression comes along with the water resistance and warmth capabilities of this pair. And last but not least - the very decent price. Another feature that needs to be mentioned is that these liners are touch-screen sensitive. The versatility of this model gives you the choice of whether to use the liner or not. On colder days, you can wear it under the shell glove and you can always use it alone when it gets warm.
- quick drying liners
- good customer service
- nose wiping pad
- Gore-Tex insert
- lower durability of a palm fabric
Due to a bit lower fabric quality and the construction of the shell, these gloves are not as durable as some more expensive ones. But this does not mean you should shy away from them. Even though they are budget friendly, they are really a gem when compared to other gloves in their price range, because they are good gloves. We liked that they offered everything for someone who goes snowboarding every now and then, from warmth and dexterity to handy features. Maybe they are not the best option for professional users, but are really reliable enough for a moderate snowboarder and we believe they can withstand the elements and harsh weather for a couple of seasons.
Swany sport winter gloves feature a premium Dunatherm lining that is quick drying and boasts fast moisture absorption and dispersal, superior heat generating properties after moisture absorption
This model features a Triplex Alpha insulation system which is a combination of different weights of PrimaLoft Gold Insulation with Cross Core technology that provides 30-50% more warmth.
These gloves include a monolithic insert made of advanced polymers; Dryfinger II inserts allow moisture to pass from inside out; molecular structure makes the insert 100% waterproof while allowing breathability
The heat pocket is really useful. It can be used to store the hand warmer or as a vent to let the air in and dry your hands faster. Its multiple uses do not stop there. You can always use this pocket to store some small things as keys. The insert technology is super advantageous because of the added breathability. All the inserts have the same purpose-to protect the inside of the gloves from being affected by the wind and water. What separates these from the rest, is the ability to let the air circulate so you do not end up with sweaty hands.
- great insulation
- breathable insert
- Cross Core tech for more warmth
- moisture wicking liner
- a bit robust, not so dexterous
Swany is proud of being the owner of the triplex insulation system. What does it actually mean? Well, first there is the thick insulation added on the back of the glove. For added warmth, the palm gets lighter insulation which keeps your hands warm, but prevents overheating and sweating. Finally, there is flexible insulation for a better dexterity. Another amazing point is the Exclusive PrimeLife insulation that uses aerogel which makes the actual insulation 30-50% more productive.
Bluebird or blizzard, the Sequoia GORE-TEX Mitt is up to the job.
Removable Storm Liner gloves enable the Sequoia to perform across a broad temperature range. Wear them when it's cold, and without when things are milder. Not to mention, touchscreen compatibility lets you stay connected on the lift without risking frostbite.
The GORE-TEX insert featuring Gore Warm technology optimizes the inner lining, membrane, and outer material to keep hands warmer for longer, and a Rubbertec palm confidently lends grip and amplifies durability in a heavy-wear area of the glove.
The reinforcements on this pair seem pretty reliable and although we wore them for only a couple of days the seams seem really tight and well stitched, so these gloves are certainly going to last for a couple of seasons. Our team loved the goggle scraper because it came in handy multiple times while we were out in the cold with icy rain and snow coming at us. The zipper pocket is always a nice thing to have, you can stash your money there or a key locker if you do not wanna use a hand warmer.
- waterproof and breathable
- removable liner gloves
- heat-pack pocket
- goggle scraper
- touch-screen compatible
- unreliable wrist straps
Since these are mittens, do not expect some extraordinary flexibility in the movement of your fingers, but rest assured that these will keep your hands toasty. They can even be too hot to wear on warmer winter days or going uphill, but you can always remove the liners and you`ll be set to go. These Dakine gloves are waterproof so you will have no problems wearing them on rainy days and your fingers and hands will stay dry and warm.
These gloves are lined with renowned 3M Thinsulate with 78% (by weight) post-consumer recycled polyester fibers that keep you warm. They also feature hand-warming Tricot fleece lining, plus 80g back-of-hand insulation and TPU membrane for water resistance.
This model of winter gloves has a zippered pocket for hand warmers to ensure great protection. Perfect snowboard gloves for outdoor activities.
All fingertips on these snow gloves are covered with microfiber for dexterity and control. Snap a selfie without freezing your fingers off and without removing your Extremus Outlook Peak Gloves and spend more time having fun outdoors.
The insulation of this model is ridiculously good and from the combination of 3M Thinsulate, Tricot fleece and TPU membrane you will get a really warm and waterproof glove ideal for snowboarding on cold and snowy days. Design is also a nice thing to mention. Everything is created thoughtfully and with care, we liked the elastic pull-up wristbands to make sure you know where your gloves are at any time. Another nice attribute is that all fingers are touch-screen compatible and not just the thumb and the index finger.
- detachable hanging loop
- really warm
- fit snuggly
- soft and comfortable
- sizing a bit too big
This Extremus Outlook Peak Ski glove showed great results when testing the waterproof features, but the dexterity is so-so. We expected a bit more flexibility when readjusting our goggles, working with the bindings and getting the cell phone out, and though they were good, we weren`t impressed. They do run on the large side, so there was room to wiggle your fingers, which enhanced the comfort. They are well insulated, but still not too bulky and we might even say they are not as heavy as we thought they will be, which is definitely a plus.
Buyers Guide: How To Choose Snowboard Gloves and Mitts
Wow, you have made it! You are waist-deep, the weather is perfect, bindings are set and your goggles are not fogging. You are all geared up, full of excitement to jump into that powder and are super happy and ready to have some fun. What a beautiful time to be on the slopes! But after a couple of minutes in the pow, your fingers start getting numb. Yikes! There is no way you can stay in the cold winter (if you wanna keep your fingers) and now you have to call off your snowboard day! Everybody is disappointed but they continue without you.
Let me tell you right from the start - do not let this happen to you. Take some time to explore your options before purchasing snowboard gloves. It might seem like a simple shopping task, but having the wrong gloves can ruin the whole trip. We are here to help you out, so keep on reading to find out how to pick the warmest option for your adventure!
Snowboarding Gloves And Mittens vs. Warmth
When looking out for snowboard gear you might find yourself in the dilemma: "Should I go with snowboard gloves or snowboard mittens? Which one is the better option?". The answer depends on your activity. Skiers, for example, prefer gloves over mittens, and snowboarders do the opposite. The reason behind this behavior is balancing out the warmth and the dexterity. The warmer the glove, means it has more insulation which leads to its robustness. Bulky gloves are harder to manage, so the dexterity goes down on the scale.
Generally speaking, when we talk about mitts, we think about how warm they are. The construction of a mitt is a lot different than one of the glove. Your fingers are together, not separated like with gloves. This way more heat is created since your fingers rub at each other.
At the same time, this management of fingers also keeps the heat in more productively. On the other hand, the dexterity is questionable. It can be hard to do some simple tasks like zipping up your jacket. For most things, you will have to take the mitts off.
With gloves, it is vice versa. They are usually a bit less warm, with some increased dexterity. This way you can do something with your hands, you can take off your goggles, reach for your pockets or just take a selfie.
Hybrid glove (Lobster)
What we see on the market and the slopes more and more lately are these so-called hybrid gloves, which make some mixture of a glove and a mitten. They usually have an index finger and thumb solo unit, and the rest of the fingers are stored like a mitt. A hybrid ski mitt, also known as a lobster mitt glove, is a type of glove that is designed to provide the warmth and protection of a mitten, with the added dexterity of a glove. This makes them ideal for skiing, as they allow you to grip your poles and perform other tasks while still keeping your hands warm. Hybrid ski mitts typically have a waterproof outer layer, with a soft inner lining that helps to insulate your hands.
So, to make a long story short, if you are looking for some incredible warmth, we would recommend going with mittens. If you need your fingers to do some tasks, then you should opt for some insulated gloves which have some dexterity.
How To Choose Good Winter Gloves?
There are some basic factors to take into consideration. We will run shortly through them in the following few paragraphs:
One of the most critical topics when talking about superior warmth is the type and thickness of insulation. There are natural and artificial materials from which insulation is made. The natural fibers are usually super warm but not as breathable, so newer synthetic solutions are designed to promote both warmth and breathability (PrimaLoft Silver, PrimaLoft Gold, etc.).
Gore-Tex (waterproof and windproof properties)
The Gore-Tex is a name well-known in the snowboard community. This water and windproof membrane make the gloves protected from weather elements, which means your hands will stay warm and dry.
In this modern era where smartphones are taking over the control of our lives, touch-screen-friendly gloves are becoming more and more frequent. This feature helps you with managing your devices from taking pictures to checking the routes. It is convenient because you can do some fast checks on your phone without having to take the gloves off.
Outer shell material
A big percentage of sport snowboarding gloves use synthetic materials for the outer shell, and the more premium ones are likely to be found with some leather parts. The material that is used for the main shell should be stable in means it will provide good protection from snow, water, and wind.
When it comes to cuffs, you can choose between long cuffs (gauntlet gloves) and short-cuff gloves and mitts. We would recommend going for the gauntlet style if you are a snowboarder because the longer the cuff, the bigger the part of your jacket sleeve can be covered and in the same way you will be more protected from snow entering the glove in case of a fall.
Nice To Have
Often a part of most ski outwear, the DWR is an acronym for Durable Water Repellent. This is a coating that goes over the material of a snowboard gear to make it resistant to snow and water. Since this is the coating, not a fabric, you need to revitalize it from time to time, because it can wear off (you can find DWR sprays at most sporting shops or online).
These loops are handy strings that make sure you do not lose your gloves. They go around your wrist, so your hand is attached to your glove.
A runny nose is maybe the most irritating thing when enjoying your time outside in the winter. It is so common that we wonder how come not all gloves have this little piece of fabric on their fingers to help you out when this situation occurs (and it happens more often than you would want to).
Squeegee on your thumb is ridiculously super and useful attribute since replacing the lenses while on the hill can be tiring and overwhelming. Having this little bad boy attached to your glove would be a huge plus. They are made of rubber and you can clean your goggles in no time.
Small pockets that can be found on the back of the hand seem to be underrated. They are remarkably useful if you need extra warmth (for heat pads) or just to stash some money or a key in it.
Whoever told you that buying snowboard gloves is an easy task - obviously never had to buy any. Don't worry, it is not as scary as it sounds but buying mittens is an important purchase when we talk about snowboard gear. Why? - you might ask. Well, there is nothing more irritating than having your fingers frigid. When your hands become numb you cannot rely on them. It will be hard to maintain balance on your board and your confidence will decrease because you will worry about what will happen if you fall on your hands that now feel like they are made of glass (cold hands are more prone to injuries). While you read about this from the comfort of your home it does not seem that important, but once on the mountain, surrounded by beautiful and harsh nature, you would be thankful not to experience the cold. We hope this guide has helped you get some basic info so you can appropriately prepare for your next glove shopping!
Insulation in snowboard gloves is important to keep your hands warm while you're out on the slopes. It's important to choose gloves that are well-insulated and fit snugly to your hands to ensure that your hands stay warm. Look for gloves that are made of waterproof and breathable materials to keep your hands dry and comfortable.
When it comes to caring for your mittens, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First, make sure to clean them regularly. This will help to remove any dirt or debris that could potentially damage the fabric. Secondly, be sure to store them in a safe place when not in use. This will help to protect them from getting lost or damaged. Finally, if you notice any signs of wear and tear, be sure to repair or replace them as soon as possible..
If you want your gloves to last, you need to take care of the leather parts. Here are some tips on how to do that: First, make sure you clean the leather regularly. You can do this with a soft cloth and a mild soap. Be sure to rinse the soap off completely. Second, every few weeks, apply a leather conditioner to the gloves. This will help keep the leather supple and prevent it from cracking. Finally, if your gloves get wet, let them dry naturally. Do not put them near a heat source, as this can damage the leather.
The Best Snowboard Gloves Are…
We thought it was going to be hard to choose the best snowboard mitts among all these super cool snowboarding gloves, but when the superior warmth was mentioned, the whole team all at once said: Dakine! So there was no doubt, our top pick for snowboarding gloves/mitts had to go to Dakine Phoenix! If you were worrying that harsher weather will go through the shell and make your fingers freeze, fear no more - Dakine is here! And what is super convenient, since these are super warm, you do not have to wear backup gloves in case it gets too warm. Just remove the liner, and get back to riding those mesmerizing snow waves!
This versatile snowboard glove comes in a premium package and features a removable elastic leash. Gore Active technology is combined with Gore-Tex membrane for great liner experience. Gore Active technology regulates temperature and allows for maximum breathability.
Dakine Phoenix is waterproof and breathable with a removable perfomance liner. The liner is 100% nylon. When it comes to insulation, this model features 85 grams PrimaLoft Gold.
A goat leather palm and back of hand will take whatever you can dish out.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Snow Gear Product Guru
Anna has been shredding the pow globally from Whistler to Niseko, even hitting the southern Alps in New Zealand. She has been a snowboarder for over 10 years and writes about it from 2017. She is a gear enthusiast, always on a look out for the new equipment to test and try, whether it is a snowboard or ski gear. Anna shares her knowledge as one of our top gear guru's.