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February 7, 2018 Boise Mountains, Idaho.

Review: The Best Gloves For Winter 2018

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By Michael Lanza

I love getting outdoors in winter, especially skiing in all of its varieties—climbing up and sliding down mountains in the backcountry, skate skiing, resort skiing with my family, and ski touring in the forest. Problem is, my Raynaud’s disease is so bad that my fingers turn white and numb almost every time I go out. That’s made me picky about gloves. I’ve tested many over the years, and I use different models depending on the activity and temperature. This review covers the best gloves I’ve found for winter, both for outdoor recreation as well as doing any kind of work outside. Continue reading →

Gear Review: Black Diamond Soloist Winter Glove

December 1, 2010  |  In Gear Reviews   |   Tagged , , , , , , ,   |   Leave a comment

Black Diamond Soloist

Winter Glove
Black Diamond Soloist
$110, 9 oz. (men’s medium)
Sizes: men’s XS-XL, women’s XS-L
blackdiamondequipment.com

Routinely getting cold fingers is a real drag when you like to ski fresh backcountry powder. I’ve tried a lot of gloves over the years, looking for ones that will keep my fingers from turning white, not cost a fortune, and allow me reasonable dexterity. For most of last winter and my first days on snow this winter, skiing the backcountry and resorts from Idaho’s Boise Mountains to Oregon’s Wallowas, I’ve pulled on the Soloist for cold days and never suffered painful digits. Continue reading →