The FlyLow Goat Ridge Glove is a pretty kick-ass glove for its $50 price tag. While it might look like a more expensive version of the basic Kinko's work glove, FlyLow built in enough design changes to make the Goat Ridge significantly better than the hardware store variety work glove. The Goat Ridge uses synthetic insulation, an improved finger design for better dexterity, a waterproof membrane and higher quality goat leather that is triple baked with Sno-Seal's Bees wax for extra weather resistance. We loved the Goat Ridge as a more advanced work glove, that excelled at rope handling, and colder weather backcountry touring. The Goat Ridge is a pretty good as a pure resort glove but if we weren't working hard enough our testers found their hands getting cold around 15F and below.
The Goat Ridge is the "highest end" of FlyLow's series of work gloves that also includes the half leather Fly Low Tough Guy Glove and the similar designed and waterproof-membrane-lacking pigskin leather Ridge Gloves ($40).