Glove Affair

Put your hands together for the newest crop of toasty, weatherproof winter gloves

LIGHT
1.) KOMBI ORKO Cross-Country Skiing Silicone dots across the palm of these lightweight knits help you grip your poles like glue. ($45; 800-243-6117, www.kombisports.com)

2.) SMARTWOOL POCKET GLOVE
Snowball Chucking A nylon shell with wool lining supports hours of holiday horseplay. ($42; 800-550-9665, www.smartwool.com)

3.) MANZELLA EXPEDITION 850
Snowshoeing Like soft shells for your hands, the 850s wick out moisture while fending off wind. ($50; 800-645-6837, www.manzella.com)

MEDIUM
4.) DAKINE BRONCO GT
Halfpipe Snowboarding Plush rubberized palms help you grab your rails. ($60; 541-386-3166, www.dakine.com)

5.) CLOUDVEIL ZERO-G
Alpine Skiing Primaloft and water-resistant leather palms make these your friends in the hills. ($80; 877-255-8345, www.cloudveil.com)

6.) 180°S EDGE Ice Skating
Blow into a one-way valve to send warmth to your fingers. Primaloft helps keep the fire stoked. ($75; 877-725-4386, www.180s.com)



HEAVY
7.) BONFIRE 20 Snowboarding
They're waterproof, breathable, insulated, and detailed with a well-placed nose wipe. ($70; 800-225-6850, www.bonfiresnowboarding.com)

8.) GORDINI DA GOOSE NATURALOFT
Dogsledding Parry arctic temps with 550-fill down and block the wet with a waterproof shell. ($60; 800-467-3464, www.gordini.com)

9.) PATAGONIA PRIMO Ice Climbing
Gore-Tex, Primaloft, and Cordura nylon allow flexibility and warmth. Bonus: carabiner loops. ($130; 800-638-6464, www.patagonia.com)

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