Keep on movin'.
Simple but sturdy, Salomon's Propeller Men's Gore-Tex Glove does the trick when the weather's wet, temperatures are moderate, and the skiing's too good to quit. Its burly synthetic fabric is laminated to a waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane to keep wet snow at bay, and the tough palm grip lets you hold poles, ropes, and whatever else without shredding your gloves. Salomon also lined the Propeller with lightweight synthetic insulation, gave it a soft thumb panel for nose and goggle wiping, and included touchscreen-compatible fingers, because pics or it didn't happen.
- Gore-Tex waterproof and breathable membrane
- Synthetic fabric
- Soft thumb panel
- Palm grip
- Touchscreen-compatible fingers
- Hook-and-loop cuff
- Q & A
Solid ski glove for the price
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Wore these gloves on a 3 day ski trip in Whistler. I was happy with the fit and feel of the gloves, but on the 3rd day it was around 5 degrees F and even with hand warmers these gloved did not keep my fingers warm. On the previous days when it was a bit warmer (teens and low 20s) my fingers were fine, but that last day my fingers were frozen. Soft thumb panel got a workout as I kept wiping my runny nose - that was a nice feature. The grip and flexibility was what I expected. For the price I thought it was a very nice glove.