Heritage Extreme Winter Gloves are warm slim enough to really ride in them, plus they have cell phone touch fingers and a pocket for air activated warmers.
Cold The Heritage Extreme Winter Gloves are designed for riding in the coldest weather conditions. The Extreme Winter glove is made with all waterproof materials 3M Thinsulate insulation and Polar Fleece liner making this one of the warmest riding gloves available.
The Heritage Extreme Winter Gloves feature:
Warm comfortable fit
Four barriers of protection
Stretch nylon spandura
3M Thinsulate insulation
Patented Rein Cut design
Cell phone fingers
Pocket for air activatedwarmer (sold separately)
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Measure larger (dominant) hand. (e.g. right hand if right handed)
Wrap tape measure around the hand at widest point, usually over knuckles. Round to nearest half inch.
5" - 5 1/2"
5 1/2" - 6"
6" - 6 1/2"
6 1/2" - 7"
7" - 7 1/2"
7 1/2" - 8 1/2"
8 1/2" - 9 1/2"
9 1/2" - 10 1/2"
10 1/2" - 11 1/2"
11 1/2" - 12 1/2"
Remember, winter gloves should not be extremely tight. A slightly looser fit will be warmer.
This is our favorite at the Equestrian Collections test barn at Willowin Farms. Great glove with a pocket for a mini heating pad.
These gloves look great and have nice flexibility
They also seem like they'd be warm. I ordered a sz 6 because I have Heritage work gloves in sz 6 and I love them. Too bad sz 6 was way too small across the hand. I returned and purchased a sz 7 through EC. They fit across the hand but the fingers were huge; too long and too wide, like fat rectangles. Totally useless for winter work around the barn handling tack, and definitely not useable for riding. Very disappointed because they seem great in every other way and I like this company.
These gloves are amazing, at -25C my daughters hands are sweating in these gloves. She spilled water on them filling buckets and the water beaded right off. Not too thick, so you can grab the reins still, but definitly warm and dry!
from North Carolina
As a horse woman I'm always looking for a truly warm glove for riding and doing barn chores. Unfortunately these gloves fail the test. I'll use them in the spring when's it's cool but not cold.