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Don’t let cold, damp hands get you down during your ski holiday with our range of womens ski gloves and mittens that will keep you feeling dry and comfortable. Our range of womens ski gloves and womens snowboard gloves are specially designed to give you the freedom of movement you need to navigate the trails, so you don’t feel restricted.

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  • Nevica Vail Glv Ld41

    Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X Large

    £15.00

    MSRP

    £59.99

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    70% off

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  • Nevica 3in1 Glv Ld41

    Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X Large

    £14.00

    MSRP

    £39.99

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    60% off

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  • Reusch Tina Glv Ld41

    Sizes: 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5

    £35.00

    RRP

    £49.99

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    25% off

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  • Nevica Meribel Glv Ld41

    Sizes: X Small, Small, Medium, Large, X Large

    £13.99

    MSRP

    £27.99

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    50% off

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  • Dare 2b Acute Glove

    Sizes: S

    £18.00

    RRP

    £35.00

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    45% off

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  • Nevica Raise Glv Ld41

    Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X Large

    £7.99

    MSRP

    £15.99

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    50% off

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  • Dare 2b Acute Glove

    Sizes: XS, L, M, S

    £18.00

    RRP

    £35.00

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    45% off

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  • Dare 2b Charisma II Glove

    Sizes: M, S

    £20.00

    RRP

    £40.00

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    50% off

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  • Reusch Tania Glv Ld42

    Sizes: 6.5, 7, 8, 8.5

    £40.00

    RRP

    £49.99

  • Jack Wills Ski Gloves Ld41

    Sizes: Small

    £14.00

    MSRP

    £16.99

  • Jack Wills Ski Gloves Ld41

    Sizes: Small

    £14.00

    MSRP

    £16.99

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  • Jack Wills Ski Gloves

    Sizes: One Size

    £9.00

    MSRP

    £16.99

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    45% off

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  • Nevica Vail Glv Ld41

    Sizes: Large, X Large

    £22.00

    MSRP

    £59.99

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    60% off

    )

  • Nevica Meribel Glv Ld41

    Sizes: X Small, Large

    £7.00

    MSRP

    £27.99

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    70% off

    )

  • Nevica Meribel Mitt Ld41

    Sizes: X Small, Small, Medium, Large

    £8.00

    MSRP

    £21.99

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    60% off

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  • Ziener 1336 GTX Glv Ld31

    Sizes: X Large8.5

    £27.00

    RRP

    £39.99

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    30% off

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  • Ziener Kitty Glv Ld41

    Sizes: X Small, Small, Medium, Large

    £48.00

    RRP

    £54.99

  • Ziener 1336 GTX Mitt Ld51

    Sizes: Small, Medium, Large

    Frasers Plus price£37.00

    £44.99

  • Dare 2b Womens Forcible II glove

    Sizes: XS, S, M, L

    £25.00

    RRP

    £35.00

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    25% off

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  • Dare 2b Cogent glove

    Sizes: S/M

    £15.00

    RRP

    £30.00

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    50% off

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  • Dare 2b Dignity II Mitt

    Sizes: XL, M

    £18.00

    RRP

    £35.00

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    45% off

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  • Ziener 1336 GTX Glv Ld51

    Sizes: Small, Medium, Large

    Frasers Plus price£37.00

    £44.99

  • Ziener 1336 GTX Mitt Ld31

    Sizes: X Small6.5

    £29.00

    RRP

    £39.99

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    25% off

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  • Reusch Yeta Glv Ld31

    Sizes: 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5

    £65.00

    RRP

    £89.99

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    25% off

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  • Reusch Lore Glv Ld31

    Sizes: 7, 7.5, 8

    £80.00

    RRP

    £99.99

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    FAQs

    Are reusch ski gloves any good? ›

    Reusch has a reputation for making some of the very best gloves for outdoor sports, and these ski gloves are a great example of their quality. Excellent workmanship and choice of materials. My hands measure 9+ inches in circumference around the palm, and 7 inches from the wrist to the tip of my middle finger.

    What kind of gloves are best for skiing? ›

    Down gloves and mittens are an excellent choice for skiing and snowboarding in cold, dry climates. Synthetic insulation is less expensive than down, it insulates when wet and dries a lot faster.

    Is there a difference between mens and womens ski gloves? ›

    Women's Specific Fit

    There are many gloves and mitts on the market with a unisex fit. Those with a fit specifically for women are more narrow in hand width, with shorter and thinner fingers in construction.

    What is a good ski glove brand? ›

    Arc'teryx Fission SV

    Gaunlet or Cuff? The Arc'teryx Fission SV is the all-around highest-performing glove in our review. Other gloves might be better for specific tasks, but nothing performs as well. If we could have only one glove for skiing and snowboarding, this model would be it.

    What gloves does Mikaela Shiffrin use? ›

    Mikaela Shiffrin R-TEX® XT.

    Are good ski gloves worth it? ›

    Ski gloves are often overlooked.

    Having the right glove is critical for a few reasons. First, keeping your hands warm and dry helps makes everything a little easier. Wet, cold hands just don't work as well as warm, dry hands. The Flylow Gear Blaster Glove.

    Should ski gloves be tight or loose? ›

    For the best performance, a glove should fit snugly and allow enough room at the end of outstretched fingers for you to pinch a quarter of an inch of fabric, whilst making sure your palm is completely inside the cuff so that your wrist remains covered.

    How many pairs of ski gloves do I need? ›

    Gloves or mittens for skiing x 2 pairs: It's personal choice what you prefer to wear. Gloves are easier for dealing with fiddly ski boots and using all your fingers and mittens can sometimes keep hands warmer but are not always as practical.

    Do gloves go over or under jacket skiing? ›

    If your coat can cinch down at the end of your jacket sleeve, you might like the style of an under-the-cuff glove or mitten. Conversely, if you're in deep snow or want even more warmth, the over-the-cuff (aka gauntlet) style glove or mitten may work better for you.

    How to not lose your ski gloves? ›

    The Leash. A glove leash is an elastic cord with a loop at the end that you pass your hand through to secure the glove to your wrist. A leash makes a lot of sense for skiing because it keeps you from losing your glove or mitten when you take it off.

    Can men wear ladies gloves? ›

    Yes, if you want to. The most important thing from my experience buying long leather gloves is being aware how different women's arms are to men's. So a pair of elbow length gloves for a woman may only go to the forearm for a man.

    How do you measure women's ski gloves? ›

    Determining your size

    Looking at the back of your hand from above, with the fingers relaxed, wrap the tape measure across and around the widest part of your hand, just below the knuckles. Do not include your thumb. Find your measurement on the table for your numeric or letter sizing.

    How to choose a ski glove? ›

    Ski gloves must be waterproof and windproof in order to be fit for purpose. They need to be effective at keeping your hands, as well as the insulation, protected from the elements throughout the day no matter how many times you end up wiping out. Ski gloves with a GORE-TEX membrane work very well.

    How often do you wash ski gloves? ›

    That being said, it's important to not wash them too frequently. You don't want to wear them down on the slopes and in a rigorous wash and dry cycle. Once or twice a season should do the trick. Find out how to wash ski gloves of all types, below.

    Are Oakley ski gloves good? ›

    With a high-performance FN Dry membrane, these ski gloves are waterproof and windproof, and can keep your hands dry even in direct contact with snow and rain. Their Thinsulate™ insulation will make light of the damp and cold, while the premium leather used to make these gloves offers exceptional durability.

    Where is reusch brand? ›

    Reusch is a family-owned business, and its legal headquarters are situated in Bolzano (IT) since June 2017. Reusch conducts its business operations also from two other subsidiaries — one in Milan (IT) and one in Reutlingen (DE) — that ensure flexibility and responsiveness in its most important distribution hubs.

    What is the difference between Undercuff and gauntlet ski gloves? ›

    Gauntlet vs Under Cuff Gloves – Gauntlet gloves reach far over the wrist and offer more protection against snow than under-cuff gloves (which fit under the cuffs of your jacket). On the flipside, they are a lot bulkier than short cuffed gloves, and usually most suitable when riding powder.

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