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Score Product Price Our Take
79
$199
Editors' Choice Award
Top-tier performance, coupled with exceptional versatility across a wide range of conditions. Best in Class.
76
$500
Top Pick Award
This expensive hand-palace features touchscreen and market-leading, on-demand heat capability.
75
$170
Top Pick Award
If rugged capabilities and warmth top your list of importance, think about investing in the Guide.
74
$190
Expensive but durable, this leather all-arounder is cozy and provides sound weather resistance.
73
$226
A great combination of fantastic durability and dexterity, an especially strong option for the resort.
73
$400
This heated glove performs well and only came slightly behind our favorite heated model overall.
72
$159
Top Pick Award
Buy this glove if you have ambitions to do a great deal of touring in a variety of conditions.
72
$110
Editors' Choice Award
Boasting a toasty level of warmth, this mitt provides a feature-rich design at a fair price.
72
$165
A favorite of our testers, the Fall Line is versatile and dexterous.
67
$68
Best Buy Award
The Storm Trooper is wallet-friendly and bombproof.
66
$70
A high scorer across the board, this mitt is an excellent value.
61
$95
If you seek a highly versatile price-point glove this is one of your best options.
57
$150
Very supple for fantastic dexterity, our reviewers found doubt in its durability.
56
$265
A less expensive heated glove that fills niche uses outside of resort skiing.
53
$70
Reliable and ringing in at an affordable cost, the Titan offers many features.
50
$50
Missing key aspects that make a good ski glove, their durability makes them capable winter work gloves.
49
$50
Functional for in the backcountry or at the resort, but have a relatively small temperature range.
47
$50
A mostly leather glove that can handle basic backcountry tours.