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Hestra Heli Ski Jr Kids Gloves

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Quality: Best  - usually insulated and very durable, has tech features

Best - usually insulated and very durable, has tech features

Weather Condition: Frigid - premium insulated, ideal for extreme cold

Frigid - premium insulated, ideal for extreme cold

Outer Fabric: Leather/Synthetic - usually leather palm, synthetic backing

Leather/Synthetic - usually leather palm, synthetic backing

Insulation: Synthetic - man made material

Synthetic - man made material

 Overview
 

When the little ones are hitting the slopes you'll want their hands well protected from the cold and snow. With the Hestra Heli Junior Ski Gloves, their fingers will be warm and cozy. Included is a Bemberg/Polyester Insulation liner which has the option of being removed if their hands get too warm or at the end of the day for quicker drying. A Snow Lock helps keep the wintry mix on the outside of the glove and an Eagle Grip, pre-curved finger construction, for a relaxed and comfy feel. When your child wears a pair of the Hestra Heli Junior Ski Gloves they won't have the complaints of cold hands and the desire to go in and warm up.


  • Bemberg/Polyester Insulation
  • Snow Lock
  • Eagle Grip
  • Snap Hook with Eyelet

 Specifications

Glove/Mitten Specifications

Type: Glove
Use: Ski/Snowboard
Race: No
Glove Quality: Best
Weather Condition: Frigid
Outer Fabric: Leather/Synthetic
Material: Army Leather-Goat Leather
Glove/Mitten Insulation: Synthetic
Down Filled: No
Removable Liner: Yes
Waterproof: Yes
Breathable: Yes
Cuff Style: Over the cuff
Wristguards: No
Battery Heated: No
Touch Screen Capable: No
Warranty: Lifetime
Model Year: 2018
Model Number: 30560-100-04
Product ID: 269906
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  • Unbeatable quality will last for years with proper care.
CONS :
  • Sizing is slightly smaller than other styles.
BEST USES :
  • snow sports

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Have been buying Heatra products for years. These are my first Heli style gloves. They are well made and warm.
I have yet to test them in wet weather. The fit is a bit snug but manageable.
 
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Q: I got same gloves for 7 years old boy, size S. It fitted well. I want to get the other one for 9 years old. He is a lot bigger than 7 year old I have. I should go for size L??
Asked : Jan 29, 2015
By : meg, Indiana
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A:The large size should be sufficient based on the childs age. For an added comfort we'd recommend measuring the child's hand circumference and then checking the size chart.
Answered : Jan 30, 2015
By : Chris