Hestra XCR Short Glove

Priced: $95.99 - $174.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 10 reviews.
Hestra XCR Short Glove
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The XCR Short Gloves for men by Hestra are a close fitting durable short glove constructed with Hestra 4-way stretch fabric with a Gore-Tex XCR insert, which makes the glove waterproof, breathable, and exceptionally comfortable to wear. The Hestra XCR Short Gloves outer material is made from waterproof and breathable Hestra 4-way stretch fabric and army goat leather palms. The membrane is Gore-Tex and the insulation is thermolite fiberfill. The lining is Bemberg polyester. These great gloves come with a pull strap with Velcro closure and handcuffs. Protect your hands and keep them warm this winter with a great pair of gloves.

Fit:

  • Hook-and-loop strap to customize fit and ensure that your gloves stay on

Fabric:

  • Windproof, breathable Hestra 4-way stretch material aids in regulating temperature

Insulation:

  • Thermolite Insulation to keep your hands warm

Weather and Wind:

  • Flextron softshell wind and waterproof fabric
  • Gore-Tex XCR membrane makes the glove waterproof with unsurpassed breathability

Straps:

  • Pull strap with Velcro closure

Features:

  • Goat leather palm for durability
  • Snap hook
  • Hestra handcuffs
  • Outseams
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The Hestra XCR Short Gloves are the legendary HESTRA’s XCR Glove’s little cousin. Offering the same exceptional comfort, waterproofing and breathability in a short gauntlet format, the XCR Short Gloves live up to your expectations of Hestra.

Backcountry.com
Whether you work on the mountain or are out for a long day of skiing, your hands need maximum protection from the elements. Hestra built the XCR Short Glove with Durable Army leather and Gore-Tex XCR to keep your paws safe and dry so you can concentrate on what you’re doing.

Campsaver.com

The Hestra XCR Short glove has a close fit and a Gore-Tex XCR insert which makes it waterproof and exceptionally breathable. Durable Army Leather palm. External seams for best comfort and perfect pole grip.

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Best Use Gloves:Alpine Ascent
Closure:Hook and loop closure
Construction:Impregnated army goat leather
Glove Features:Undercuff
Glove Outer Material:HESTRA Triton/Polyamide
Glove Palm Material:Proofed Army Leather-Goat Leather
Glove Type:Gloves
Insulation:Thermolite / fiberfill
Insulation Material:Thermolite, Fiberfill
Lining:Bamberg polyester
Lining Material:Bemberg/Polyester
Palm Material:Leather
Removable Liner:No
Shell Material:Hestra 4-way stretch
Waterproof Technology:Gore-Tex XCR
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Hestra XCR Short Glove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

This glove is so well-rounded and durable, you'd be hard pressed to find a beefier glove that fits so well. I have spent countless hours snowmobiling/skiing/spending long days in the backcountry in these gloves and they have always matched the task. Sled-skiing in BC can be a very wet experience, and these gloves have never let me down by becoming too wet and cold. The first pair of Hestra's I ever owned was this style, and they easily lasted for several years. The quality of the product is outstanding.
Another great thing about these gloves is they are very durable, yet they're not bulky in the cuff area- you can easily slip the cuff under your jacket sleeve. Major bonus in my opinion.
I up-size one size in these gloves (normally I wear a 7 in Hestra but this pair I wear an 8). I like the size 8 because it gives my thumb more dexterity, needed with snowmobiling. However, even if I didn't need that extra mobility in my thumb and was resort skiing instead the 7s just feel a tad too tight.

Elyse Saugstad at Backcountry.com on 12/15/2012

These are the best ski gloves I have ever found. They do a great job keeping my hands warm even in extremely cold conditions. They have been very durable and look almost new after a full year of use. The only downside is that there is no removable liner so they take longer to dry if the inside gets damp. Overall, I love them and will be looking for another pair of Hestra gloves.
As a disclaimer, I am affiliated with Gore for product testing of Gore-tex products for the purpose of product review and recommendation. I do receive items from Gore for these purposes.

mikey1299 at Backcountry.com on 10/02/2012

I've been using these for a few seasons, and can't say enough good things about them. They're pretty warm (a little too much on those warm spring days, and not enough when it's sub-zero and the wind is howling - get the Seth 3-fingers for those conditions), perfect for most days. The palm gets scratched up a bit from ski edges, but mine are still solidly intact after well over 100 days of heavy use and abuse. Warm, tough, waterproof, and dextrous as...well, dextrous enough for anything you need to do.

Mike Bean at Backcountry.com on 02/11/2011

If you are looking for a sweet Gortex glove from Hestra, this is the one! Super warm and comfy. The picture does not do this glove any justice. I have to say that this is one of the most comfortable gloves I own from Hestra. Not too mention I have had a pair for a few years now and they do not look old or worn. If I were to rate these on a scale of 1 - Wicked, definitely wicked!!

Opie at Backcountry.com on 10/23/2010

My hands tend to sweat when boarding. With these gloves my hands are never too hot and never too cold. The lining is not removable like the army hestea's I used to have. The gortex is amazing in these gloves and the leather is super soft. I constanstly change my gear until it's just right. Finally my search for the PERFECT glove is over! The under cuff fits perfectly under my 686 plexus jacket

Stephen Yi at Backcountry.com on 02/14/2010

These are great gloves. They are very warm and the Gore-Tex is great. I tried about 4 other Hestra models before keeping these. I've used these in all conditions and haven't been let down once. Cuff works great as either an under or over style. I had some sizing issues working out the right fit but once its right they're great. I definitely recommend these.

John at Backcountry.com on 10/27/2011

These are the gloves I go to super-wet coastal snow days, for snowmobiling, climbing or generally when the chance to have extremely wet hands would be probable. These are the Hestra's to go for if you want to stay super dry.

Cody Townsend at Backcountry.com on 01/03/2012

...you're looking for warm functional stylish gloves. love the elastic leashes on these things too...no more dropping the gloves off the chair. mom's across the country are rejoicing.

Splick13 at Backcountry.com on 01/02/2013

Hestra rocks ! 3rd pair owned and will never buy another brand

pat5209578 at Backcountry.com on 01/11/2012

Negative Reviews:

When i received these gloves, I was quite pleased with the initial quality. The gloves felt great, looked great, and worked pretty well for a short period of time. I will say that my hands were a little cold under 25 degrees or so, but I always have cold hands.
My real issue is the quality. Although I've had these gloves for a couple of years, I generally only get to take one trip a year, so there have only been ~10 days skiing with these gloves and the stitching is coming appart in the fingers. For such a pricey glove, I really expected more. Maybe Hestra has improved the quality since I bought the gloves and I hope they have, but from now on I'll play it safe and by a different brand. I bought a pair of OR mitts and they appear to be bombproof for much less money.
Spend your hard earned dollars on something else.

Brian A at Backcountry.com on 01/09/2012