By M. W. Byrne

18 Winter Works Gloves and Mittens Reviewed: Insulated, Waterproof, Leather & More

In this article, we are going to look at the best places to visit in Alaska. There is something special about the frozen wilds of the northern tundra and the numerous magical views it has to offer the savvy traveler.

Wells Lamont HydraHyde Insulated Winter Work Gloves (Cowhide)

If you don’t mind buying from overseas, Wells Lamont offers undeniable bang for buck.


OZERO Winter Work Gloves (Suede)

They feature a full complement of imitation lambswool lining which staves off subzero temperatures as cold as -20°F.


Kinco 1927KW Lined Premium Grain (Pigskin)

An oldie but a goodie, the Kinco 1927KW is a timeless classic for a reason. Often emulated, the warmth, flex, longevity, and easy fit make these a must grab.


Kinco 94HK-L-1 Premium Grain & Suede (Pigskin)

Warmth is a scarce ingredient in the Alaskan wilderness, but sometimes, nature decides to surprise us.


Kinco 94HK-L-1 Premium Grain & Suede (Pigskin)

If you’re in need of uncompromising warmth and dryness, seek ye out a pair of winter work gloves from G & F Products.


Superior Fleece Lined Winter Work Gloves

Superior Gloves also offers an affordable 15-gauge nylon shelled freezer glove. These are lined with fleece, which are awesome for comfort and warmth, but downgrade from waterproof to water resistant.