Heritage winter gloves are extremely high quality. If you’re looking for a technical glove that will keep you warm and comfortable for a multitude of activities then you’ll want to look into this brand.
The first thing you should know about Heritage is that they focus on Western gloves. What I mean by that is they’re made specifically for horseback riding, ranching and rodeo.
You’ll see the western influence in the appearance of them right away. They use a lot of leathers with different color tans. They really do look great whether you’re ranching or not.
There’s a few examples of some of their gloves. So you can see that although they are influenced by the western look they don’t all look that way.
There are some sleek looking black ones and some nice leather ones that would look good for almost any occasion.
That’s enough of appearance. The look of these gloves is really great but it’s not what’s most important.
To me the quality of them is what stands out. Since these gloves are built to withstand ranching and rodeos they’re very heavy duty.
They’re made with a rugged outward seam construction that can handle a lot of abuse and the leathers they use are of the highest quality.
There’s no doubt in my mind that Heritage winter gloves will last you a long long time no matter how hard you are on them.
No matter which pair you choose you’ll feel the comfort right away. The design is absolutely flawless so they contour your hand as well as any pair of gloves on the market.
Every pair in their lineup is made to be flexible so that as you wear them, they mold to your hand and become even more comfortable as time goes on.
The colder weather gloves are lined with a soft polar fleece liner that gives you maximum comfort with minimal bulk.
Since these gloves are designed with ranching in mind they put a lot of effort into retaining dexterity. To accomplish this they use very thin lining and insulation which keeps them extremely comfortable.
To conclude this I just want to add that these gloves are NOT just for ranching or rodeo. The fact that they’re built with those things in mind makes them extremely durable and high quality but they’re good for any activity.
They have a large lineup of different models and I think you’ll be able to find a pair that suits your needs whatever that may be.
A lot of people ask me about these gloves for skiing purposes and whether or not they’re suitable.
I always answer with a resounding YES. I would focus on the pairs that are rated for colder temperatures like the Extreme Winter Glove or the Summit and Arctic models.
So many people stray away from Heritage winter gloves simply because they think that they’re only good for ranching but that is a huge misnomer.
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