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Blasting through the snow.

Taking ruggedness and flexibility to the next level, Flylow took the durable leather backbones of a work glove and boosted it up with the insulation and waterproofing needed to handle life in the mountains. In this radical improvement to your favorite work glove, their warmest glove was born, the Flylow Blaster Glove.

This ski bum-approved glove features cowhide leather that is triple baked for waterproof durability, and then coated with Sno-Seal beeswax to keep make sure you stay dry in the middle of a snowstorm. Primaloft Eco insulation keeps your fingers toasty when temps plummet in January, and the polyester lining wicks sweat to pull heat-robbing moisture away from your skin. Tried and tested by everyone from lifties and cat drivers to ski bums, the Blaster is ready to handle whatever winter throws at you.

  • Work glove-inspired construction with mountain-ready features
  • Triple baked with Sno Seal beeswax for water resistance
  • Cowhide leather is durable, yet supple
  • Articulated knuckles allow better dexterity
  • Primaloft Evo insulation for low-profile warmth
  • Polyester lining wicks away sweat to keep you dry
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Asi asi

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

What a strange animal this glove is. I picked them up when it was absurdly cold this winter. I normally roll with the Flylow Ridge and/or Tough Guy but I need a little more warmth. So, I bought the Blaster. At the fingers, yeah buddy! Snug as a bug. Across the palm.....yep......well done. But then came the cuff. Seemed well intended but less operationally sound than expected. Too thick. Nice try though. I would like to see that little lanyard, "hold my gloves please, bro" keeper added to all of their gloves.

Flylow Blaster Glove (Wrist Cuff Issue)

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The Flylow Blaster Glove has wrist cuffs. The stitching that attaches the cuffs to gloves is faulty . The purpose of the wrist cuffs is to allow someone to take off their gloves for bare handed tasks without dropping their gloves on the snow or ground. The wrist cuff on one of my gloves became dislodged on the second day of use, now the liner is frayed and looks like it will continue to fray further. Examining the other glove, it appears that wrist cuff is about ready to fail as well. I have a pair of Hestra gloves that also have wrist cuffs. They are several years old with well over 100 days of use and there are no issues.

First Impression

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Just received these gloves and have not really put them through a full test. However they are very well make with great leather. The size of my hand measurements run at the upper limits of their sizing chart. If this is the case for yourself then order the next size up and don’t rely on break in. I would say that the gloves are mid weight and not applicable for those really cold winter days or if your hands run cold like mine otherwise they great gloves for milder days.