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Hestra Gloves

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I have been recommended to invest in Hestra gloves for my poor cold digits - does anyone know of a UK supplier - their website isn't helpful
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Snow and Rock have sold Hestra gloves in previous seasons. Not sure if they still do. Have you looked at the gloves with built-in finger warmers? They have a rechargable battery pack and are designed to stop your fingers getting cold. I've no idea how effective they are, but I have boot heaters which do a good job of stop my toes from freezing!

Regards

Rob
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I have Hestra gloves and they are fantastic. Though I originally bought them from snow sports retailers I have also dealt directly with the factory in Sweden - they're very helpful and all speak english
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The battery operated jobs are alright but the batteries tend to run out by lunch time - which is a bit of a pain. There also hideously expensive. Having wasted hundreds of pounds on gloves over the past few years I`ve come to the belated conclusion that the warmest solution is mittens with the `chemical` handwarmers. A lot cheaper and a lot warmer than the electric glove option.
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