I wear my Possum Down Gloves for winter hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing (basically all the time) because they’re super breathable and warm. Dexterity is excellent and they wear just like a pair of lightweight wool gloves, although they stay much warmer when they get damp and dry quickly with just the body heat from my hands. I find they’re good to 15-20 degrees alone before I have to cover them with a Pertex shell glove (from OR Versaliner Gloves) to retain more heat.
I’m also planning to carry these gloves as part of my three-season glove system during the rest of the year since it gets cold at elevation where I hike.
Possum Down Gloves are available in the United Stated from SweaterChalet and Zpacks.com. They run a bit small, but stretch out when worn. In other words, they’ll feel tight if you have large hands but loosen up with use.
Disclosure: Philip Werner purchased the product reviewed here with his own funds.
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