Hestra Dexterity Glove

Freedom to flex your digits.

The Hestra Dexterity Glove gives you the freedom to buckle boots, pull zippers, and even tweak grabs with its incredibly supple impregnated cowhide outer and flexible Cordura stretch knuckles. The waterproof, breathable CZone insert keeps powder, wet snow, and frozen sleet from soaking your hands, and the Thermolite foam insulation provides warmth without unnecessary bulk.

Wrapping your hands in a luxurious feel, the glove's bemberg and polyester lining are ultra-soft for cozy comfort. The neoprene cuff with an elastic hook-and-loop strap seamlessly blocks frozen precipitation from chilling your ski or shred session.

  • Impregnated cowhide outer
  • Cordura stretch over knuckles
  • Waterproof, breathable CZone insert
  • Thermolite foam insulation
  • Bemberg, polyester lining
  • Neoprene cuff with hook-and-loop strap
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Good Product Great Price

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I purchased these for $44 and for a full leather Hestra and for a full leather Hestra glove at this price I am happy to pair them with a Hestra liner to ensure great warmth. I have used them at outdoor events this winter and with the liner they have been quite good at keeping the heat in while allowing good movement. They are not useful, in my opinion to manipulate small electronics but I did not purchase them for that purpose

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

I ordered a size 9 according to the size chart given. They fit my wife. Ok, so I ordered a 10 and while the fingers are long enough, the thumb is too short, which puts pressure on the thumb-web. I took the gloves out on a 25 degree skiing day. I had 9 fingers nicely warm, however the index finger on the side of the short thumb was uncomfortably cold. The glove feels like it is not made for my hand. Also the glove is puffier than expected (the claim of high dexterity is a bit of a stretch). All in all I had better fitting gloves by Marmot and Mountain Hardware, for the price a bit of a disappointment. My only hope is that the glove will stretch some more in the right places.

Would these gloves be able to be used during extreme cold to manipulate camera controls? My fingers freeze and I can't keep taking mittens, glomits or gloves off to fiddle with the controls.

They are low profile but I wouldn't say you could necessarily work small camera controls in them. They are still a substantial winter glove.