If you're shopping around for a glove that will keep a little more cash in your wallet, the Kinco Pigskin Leather Gloves may be your best option. With a price tag in the area of $16, this glove is super inexpensive and high quality considering the price. Featuring an outer with pigskin leather outer and a cloth-knit material on the back of the hand, this glove is fairly warm and quite breathable. It features a polyester knit cuff that slips under jackets nicely. Not only is it perfect for skiing on warm days at the resort, or hiking uphill in the mountains, but it's also a great option if you're looking to do yard work.
Even though this glove has a lot of great features and a low price tag, we weren't too impressed by its warmth or water resistance. The knit cloth on the back of the hand provides a place for heat to easily escape and for water to absorb readily. Because of this, we can't recommend this glove as a cold weather or wet climate option. Instead, consider the Gordini Gore-Tex Down III - Women's or the Arc'teryx Fission Glove - Women's for those environments. Or, if you can't afford the prices on those gloves, take a look at this glove's cousin, the Kinco Pigskin Leather Heatkeep for only $28. It features a full leather pigskin outer (without the breathable and absorbent cloth back) and fantastic insulation that will keep your hands more protected from the elements.