We have confirmed that the Skistar glove is discontinued. Mountain Hardware did not introduce a product to replace it. See our updated glove review for female riders here.
If you're looking for a glove that can function in the resort, as a work glove, and even as an ice climbing glove then check out the Mountain Hardwear Skistar. In combination with Thermal.Q.Elite insulation and a hydrospan - goatskin leather shell, it is waterproof and warm, keeping you protected on wet days on the chair lifts. Our biggest complaint about the Skistar was its bulky design and short fingers. We noticed this glove took a long time to break in and at first had limited dexterity, however, with use it got a little better. We also wished that the seams on the fingers did not meet on the tips of the glove, as this is a dexterity limiter. If you're looking for a cuff length single glove with fantastic dexterity and warmth, check out the Pow Gem instead.