Hestra Seth Morrison 3-Finger Pro Glove

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Hestra Seth Morrison 3-Finger Pro Glove
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If you live in a ski household, Seth's name has been around for years, but the folks at Hestra have been making superior gloves since way before Seth was born. Martin Magnusson started making ski gloves in 1941 when his logging customers wanted something to wear in the winter, and Hestra hasn't looked back. The Seth Morrison 3 - Finger Pro Mittens are an offshoot of the regular Morrison Pro five finger glove, and feature a durable goat leather/analine leather construction with outboard seams in the fingers for comfort. The three finger design keeps the 2nd, 3rd and 4th fingers together for additional warmth in cold temperatures, without the loss of glove dexterity.

Fabric:

  • Bamberg / polyester 5-finger lining

Insulation:

  • Thermolite Insulation

Weather and Wind:

  • CZone Waterproof Insert

Zippers:

  • Side Zip
  • Zipper closure

Features:

  • Aniline Cowhide
  • Outseams
  • Hestra handcuffs
  • Nose Wipes
Backcountry.com
A 3-Finger freeride glove designed by the man himself, the Hestra Seth Morrison Pro Glove is warm, waterproof, and breathable.

TahoeMountainSports.com
This is the big-mountain ripping Seth Morrison Hestra pro model glove.
Czone waterbroof breathable insert.
Side zipper and nose wipe.
Grease the leather regularly and it will resist moisture, wear and tear better. Use a polishing cloth and rub in the grease until the leather is saturated.
These top-tier Hestra gloves offer great flexibility, grip and dexterity in the fingers.

Campsaver.com

Hestra's Seth Morrison 3-Finger Pro Glove has protection on the knuckles and fingers but is still supple. Made of Army Leather on the palm and cowhide on the back of the hand, this glove is wind and waterproof with good breathability.

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Available Color(s):Black/Flame Red, Off White/Light Green
Battery Heated:No
Best Use Gloves:Alpine Ascent
Breathable:Yes
Closure:Side zip
Construction:Impregnated army goat leather
Cuff Style:Under the cuff
Down Filled:No
Gauntlet:Yes
Glove Features:Goggle Wipe, Undercuff
Glove Outer Material:Impregnated Cowhide
Glove Palm Material:Army Goat Leather
Glove Type:Lobster Mitts
Insulation:Thermolite
Lining Material:Bemberg/Polyester
Material:(Leather) Impregnated army goat leather, cowhide, (Fabric) Gore WindStopper
Model #:30172-1054-8
Nose Wipe:Yes
Outer Material:Leather
Race:No
Recommended Use:Skiing, Snowboarding
Removable Liner:No, bemberg, polyester
Touch Screen Capable:No
Type:3 Finger
Use:Ski/Snowboard
Warranty:Lifetime
Waterproof:Yes
Waterproof Material:CZone Waterproof Insert
Waterproofing:CZone insert
Wristguards:No
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Hestra Seth Morrison 3-Finger Pro Glove Reviews:

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When trying to think of a better glove than the Hestra Seth Morrison 3 Finger, few gloves to mind - none of which are below $200 like this Hestra.
This glove is really great. The leather is top notch, and super smooth to the touch. The inside of the glove is warm and comfy, and you have a ton of dexterity with the third finger. The Thermolite insulation is noticeably warm. If you wear these inside, you'll start to sweat within a few minutes. Having the zipper on the side is actually really helpful. While on the mountain, I'll often get frustrated trying to put on gloves with other gloves. But its very easy to just slide em on and zip em up.
These gloves are worth the price, and will last several seasons if you keep them right. Make sure the wax the leather for the best results.

Adam Rosenberg at Backcountry.com on 12/19/2013

During Jan. 2013 I was skiing with a friend during winter storm "Gandalf" My hands were freezing. The wind was blowing the snow sideways. The temps were well below freezing. My friend said, "Buy some Hestras." The purchase was made. My hands have never been happier.
This season was one of the coldest I can remember. These gloves have been handling every storm I've thrown at them like a boss. Above freezing they are super warm. They do not have a liner because (I think) there are finger pockets in the mitt section.
I have the green/white size 8 (My tennis racquet grip is 4.5 if that helps anyone) and they are fly. The white does get dirty though as I have brushed through some tight trees.

Cameron C at Backcountry.com on 02/13/2013

This is the absolute best glove I have used. I love the waterproof and full leather with the seams on the outside of the glove for more dexterity. The 3finger gives you a nice compromise between the mitten and fingered glove. You gain warmth over the fingered version but lose dexterity. I could see this being a great feature for snowboarders who want to wear mittens but also need the dexterity to buckle/unbuckle their bindings.
The czone liner is plastic membrane that prevents that keeps your hands completely dry.
I just skied them in 8 degree weather today and had no complaints about their warmth

Evan Levine at Backcountry.com on 12/06/2013

The best ski glove? Soft, comfy, incredibly warm. These gloves are almost too warm - I can only wear them on very cold days. (Full disclosure - I run hot. Most of my ski partners layer a lot heavier than I do.) Dexterity is good. I'm not a big fan of them for touring, but I don't know how much they were designed with the BC in mind. (The cuff just adds bulk, whereas a glove with a large gauntlet just slides over jackets, watches, and such).

Ted Brogan at Backcountry.com on 02/19/2013

Loved this glove, the leather is beautiful, dexterity fantastic and very warm. All this so true but ended up sending back since it piled in the right thumb. Also, I found it to be too warm when above 25 and too cold when below 10. Great if you want to get one glove for the resort but I decided to get a glove with a removable liner so I can adjust the temperature more and when very cold to just go with a mitten.

step555045 at Backcountry.com on 01/18/2014

I have worn these all season and I have never owned a better pair of ski gloves. The price is high yes, but they are worth it. The quality of the materials and the construction is fantastic. They are very warm and very soft and supple leather. Again after almost a whole season I have seen no sign of wear. Hand cuffs retention system is great and colors are different with out being tacky. I would recommend to anyone.

Sparksma at Backcountry.com on 02/26/2012

...but you'll never need another glove if you look after the leather. The 3 finger design seems to be the perfect compromise between glove and mitt. Not very easy to wear over jacket - that's the only slight criticism. Plenty of padding on fingers and knuckles. Stitching and general build qualit is up to usual Hestra standards. A bit pricey - worth every penny IMO. At sale prices they are a must buy.

Howard Worton at Backcountry.com on 01/27/2012

Put these through the wringer in Jackson over the weekend. Super warm (almost too warm above 30 degrees) and super comfy. The padding throughout the knuckles and top of the hand adds good protection and the leather looks like it's ready to take a beating. Hestra nailed it here integrating the best of gloves with trigger finger dexterity combined with the warmth of mittens.

Rich Lawrence at Backcountry.com on 02/16/2012

This glove is sooooo good. nice and warm and really solid fitting. sweet design. These gloves are daily wears. I used to have to switch out my gloves depending on the temperature because my hands got cold or sweaty. I highly highly highly recommend getting these gloves!!!!!!!

Taylor Guglielmino at Backcountry.com on 02/07/2012

I really like these gloves/mittens. Whenever I wear my traditional mittens I realize how much better it is to have the functionality of the 3-finger mitten. I also love the wrist leash. These are great!

ale3647740 at Backcountry.com on 05/08/2012