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Flylow - Tough Guy Glove - Men's

Flylow Tough Guy Glove - Men's

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$17.97 $39.95

Item #FLG004Z



Tech Specs

pigskin, nylon, cotton canvas
SnoSeal (water-resistant treatment)
ribbed cuff
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited lifetime

Tough Guy Glove

Whether you're shoveling the driveway or in search of fresh tracks, the legendary FlyLow Tough Guy Glove isn't scared of a little hard work. The pigskin leather shell is treated with a SnoSeal water-repellent treatment to keep your hands dry, while the Spaceloft micropuff insulation shields your fingers from winter chill. A dexterous design makes it easy to adjust your jacket or boot buckles.

  • Built to handle everything from shoveling snow to skiing pow
  • Hand-treated leather construction withstands heavy wear
  • SnoSeal treatment increases water-resistant protection
  • Spaceloft micropuff insulation for cozy warmth


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

...value proposition, awesome price for the glove. Hands never got cold ! These gauntlets are burly enough for backcountry missions as well as chill days at the resort, just spray a little nikwax on the fabric and you're good to go, even in the sierra's.

Cool gloves

    I bought these gloves for when i work around the yard and when i'm skiing. I've used them in both conditions and i'm really happy with them. For the price point, they have been great whenever i've used them and i'm really happy with my purchase.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are the workhorse of ski gloves. They'll work great 75% of the time, meaning they're too warm for those late spring days and too cold for the super cold days, but the rest of the time your hands will stay toasty and comfortable. You will need to recondition the leather to maintain the waterproofness but all leather gloves require this. I love the increased dexterity of the full grain leather palm. Wish they made this glove a little bigger as the XL works but is slightly too small. The best bang for your buck.

    Soft, Warm, and Resistant.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I am so excited on these gloves! They are a perfect glove for a ski tour in cold smoke. The interior is a super cozy cotton canvas, and the pig skin leather does a great job of keeping your mitts dry. 100% recommend and will buy a new pair when these wear out in a couple years.

    Soft, Warm, and Resistant.

    Cost to Gloveness is High

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Given what these cost, I've gotten a massive amount of use out of them. The waterproofness is inferior to other models that lack the mesh back (although the new gloves with the wax treatment still intact are quite weather proof). If you nail your sizing, dexterity is good enough to tie knots and hold onto ice tools on mellow terrain. Great utilitarian glove for resort skiing and short backcountry adventures when temperatures are above 10 F.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I always have a difficult time keeping my hands warm in the backcountry, but if you are looking for an affordable, all-round workhorse of a glove, this is the ticket. I keep some warmer lightweight mittens in my pack for super cold days just in case, but most of the time these are always on my hands.

    Good bang for your buck!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Flylows come out with a glove that rivals the Kinco line of winter ski gloves! It's well insulated and takes a day or two of wearing them to really break in. Since I've picked up a pair I'm surprised by how often I've been reaching for them in the morning while getting ready in the parking lot over my other pairs of gloves. My hands do get a little warm in them depending on the temperature, however for $35ish bucks you can't really go wrong, and it'll perform similarly to a higher end glove.

    Solid light/mid-weight glove

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

    These are a nice addition to my glove quiver. They're a little bit heavier than my touring gloves but lighter than my heavy downhill gloves. By going for that work glove look they do have a looser fit but that means that there's no way you'll have any blood circulation cut off which helps to keep your hands warm. Despite the looser fit, they are surprisingly dextrous and I was able to work my backpack and jacket zippers without much difficulty. That said, for the level of warmth I get from them I still prefer a more trim fit to keep my hands as nimble as possible. Of course the gloves I would normally go for also cost a bit more.

    Solid light/mid-weight glove

    Good Price Point

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These gloves are awesome for the price. I mainly use them for touring on colder days as they still have a bit of breath-ability to drop some heat from the top of the glove. Have worn them on a colder resort day as I forgot my normal pair and my hands did get a bit cold especially after a season of packing them out. Overall a good glove for a warmer spring day or for touring and a killer price point.

    Did yours come SnoSealed? Mine were not they got soaked just cleaning of the car.

    Kinco's are better quality

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The cut fit and finish are all subpar. It's says it's got 3 layers of waterproofing coating already applied still soaks up water like a sponge. Kinco's are half the price and twice the quality of this copycat.

    Buy the real thing, not this.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Okay, I bought these because I forgot my gloves one day on the hill. I had read reviews that they were

    Sweet gloves

      My hands run cold so I mostly bought these for the eye popping style and sexy ski pro vibe they put off. HOWEVER, they actually keep my hands pretty warm so long as I’m moving or it’s a sunny day outside. They’re supple and flexible so I’ve got big time dexterity, but that comes at the cost of warmth, but down to around 20 degrees these things rock! I’ll prally buy some sno seal and re apply for next season, I’ve rubbed all the water proof off after about 40 days of skiing... only other caveat is the right hand pointer finger has worn thin very quickly. It’s possible this is due to its catching and fire when I put it too close to the kerosene heater last month. Boys on the lab are still investigating. I’ll keep you posted.

      Sweet glove

        This thing is pretty thin, doesn’t really cut it on cold days in the middle of January out here in Japan, but it IS stylish and eye popping! All my buds are jealous of my sweet working ski gloves ... they do work great as a spring or a touring glove though. So long as you’re moving and it isn’t too windy they’ll get the job done. The right hand pointer finger has worn down considerably, but I wouldn’t hold that against the glove. I suspect it’s due more to the fact that it caught on fire while I was trying to warm it up by the kerosene heater at Hakkoda a few weeks back. 6 stars!

        Flylow Tough Guy Glove

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Dare I call it a classic? Simple , comfortable , fashionable - It gives you that " i'm a local" look and feel.. Great buy! worth every penny.

        Great gloves for a great price!

          Will absolutely buy again!

          Best Gloves Ever!

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          These are awesome, hands stay warm and dry. I've got over a 100 days on mine and still holding up great. Also great for just using as a everyday winter glove.
          Can't beat the price too!

          Surprisingly awesome

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          I bought these as a pair of work gloves for a yurt trip and am surprised to find I'm wearing them much more often. Great in warm temperatures and warmer than I thought they'd be in colder temperatures.

          Takes a day or two to break in but once they do they are comfy and relatively dexterous. For $35 you really can't go wrong, even if you only use them to chop wood or work on your car in the winter.

          Great in Warmer Weather

            They are great for outdoor activities above 30 degrees. Once it gets below 30 they are pretty bad. I'd probably go with the Kinco gloves.

            Kinco has nothing on these!

            • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

            I bought these for my boyfriend for his winter gloves. He works as a snowmobile guide, and love these! The articulated material makes finger movements easy. These gloves are great for everyday winter use to out on the slopes.

            No way!!

            I found the fit and finish to be half that of the kinco's at twice the price

            forget the hardware store gloves

            • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

            So I bought these to use when riding my m/c, but they have grown to do everything... They're warmer than my 80$ burton under cuff gloves. Water resistant, fit perfectly, no extra bulk, and stylee. so much so I bought 2 pairs to give as gifts.
            great product at an even greater price.


            Unisex Gloves
            Hand Length

            6.75 - 7in


            7 - 7.25in


            7.5 - 7.75in


            7.75 - 8in


            8 - 8.25in


            8.25 - 8.5in


            How to Measure:
            Measure from the base of the wrist to the tip of your middle finger.