Snowshoe Reviews

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Kombi PRODUCT REVIEW:
Kombi Glide glove

Despite the fact that this glove is made for warmer days, I have to tell you that it is still a very warm glove. The tight, low profile makes it easy to wear, but even on cold days I found this glove enough to keep my hands toasty. The micro-fleece liner on the inside is like "butta" on the hands. I'm big on comfort, and softness is always appealing, so I enjoyed putting these gloves on. The stretch polyester back keeps the glove breathable, while the leather makes for a sturdy glove. Lighter, smaller, and quite warm, the Kombi Glide performed well. AAA
MRSP:$40.00
  • Leather and stretch polyester
  • 200 gram fleece insulation
  • Low profile for warmer days
  • Reinforced thumb saddle
  • Goggle wipe on the thumb
  • Men's and Women's design

Kombi Minx PRODUCT REVIEW:
Kombi Minx

This glove is a serious glove. Designed for warmth and comfort, the Minx performed like a charm. I wore the glove skiing and snowshoeing, and often my hands were too warm. It's been a warmer winter this year, but if your hands get cold easily you will love this glove. The waterproof shell and the breathable liner combine with the micro-fleece inner liner for comfort and performance. The Minx is a technical winter glove. It has a velcro wrist closure that allowed me to tighten the glove around my wrist to keep the snow and cold air out. I had zero problems with the glove during testing. A very nice wear.
MRSP:$60.00
  • Designed for women
  • Waterproof/breathable liner
  • Down-like insulation
  • Micro-fur fleece lining
  • Stretch panel in the thumb
  • Nose wipe on the thumb