Gordini

In the outdoor industry since 1956, Vermont-based Gordini makes gloves and mittens that are the standard by which all others are judged. Offering a full line of hand protection for the whole family, Gordini makes simple mittens for the first time children see snow as well as high performance gloves for advanced skiers and riders. Technologies like GORE-TEX® and Lavawool® provide exceptional protection in extreme environments, while Megaloft® and Dri-Max® bring you tremendous value.

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User Reviews of Products

"Great!"

Perfect. Warm, comfy, waterproof. Great for my Minnesota-winter-loving boys. Now if they could just stop losing them.

Posted by Rachel from Minnesota on 01/21/2016 - 9:47pm
"Really great gloves"

I initially bought 1 pair - loved them - then bought 2 more pair a year ago. This year first pair are starting to show wear after more than 3 years, so bought 2 more pair. Great for cycling and for business. Beautifully made, classic construction. Good for 28 degrees F. and higher.

Posted by Anon from Philadelphia, PA on 01/20/2016 - 12:35am
"Just ok"

Brand led me to believe the mittens would keep my fingers warm skiing, but even with glove liners on, the mittens were only moderately effective skiing in 15 degree weather. I'd probably have a more favorable opinion of them spring skiing.

Posted by Montana skier from Montana on 12/25/2015 - 1:39am
"Liked prior version of these, but I know they will be warm"

I own a prior seasons version of these Gordini GORE-TEX Down II mittens. After a couple of years of use, they kept my hands very warm, but started to smell a little. Due to the down fill and leather exterior, they aren't easy to clean. So, I decided to buy another pair in case I ruin mine in the cleaning phase.

These are warm. I'm not concerned about that. I like the cinches at the wrist and the pull tie to tighten up and keep snow out. I only wish they had the little warmer pocket like the prior version, as well as the extended sleeve, which made them a little longer in the arm. Always good for someone who snowboards and ends up in the snow. All in all, a very good mitten and worth the money as hands won't be cold -- I can count on that.

Peter Glenn was great on delivery. Good service.

Posted by etk from Lake Tahoe on 04/13/2015 - 8:49pm
"So-so"

I bought size M for my 13 yo daughter (she has long fingers, measured 7 inches rand knuckles). These Gordini mittens are too small for her. They measure exactly as my other daughter's kids size M - Gordini Gortex mittens kids mittens. I'm very disappointed. Plus, they are very thin, not as warm as kids version.

Posted by elinab from New York on 03/27/2015 - 11:37pm
"Gordini Challenge XIII GORE-TEX Glove"

Bought these Gordini gloves with the intention of using them as snowmobile gloves on really cold days in concert with snowmobile's hand warmers. They work well for that. My hands weren't cold all day.

These gloves have an information tag on them stating: "Caution: When removing gloves, pull each finger off individually holding both outer glove and lining remove slowly. The weatherproof insert can't be sewn to the outer glove. If removed in haste, the lining may be inverted and it will be very difficult to replace." So be warned before you buy.

These gloves do the job, but I decided to use glove liners with them because of the info tag. Also the Gordini website rates these for use of between 20-32 degrees Fahrenheit.

Posted by Bill from New York State on 03/11/2015 - 6:01pm
"Awesome mittens"

I bought these Gordini mittens for my 8 year old daughter. They keep her hands warm and cozy, even when her hands sweat, the lining inside stays dry. They are absolutely incredible, I definitely recommend. I bought same pair in black color for my 6 year old son.

Used mittens for skiing- at the end of the day they were wet outside and completely dry inside!

Posted by Elina from NY on 03/09/2015 - 9:48am
"Nice, but not for what I wanted to use for."

These Gordini gloves seem like good gloves, but they are a bit too bulky for XC skiing.

Posted by fleckbass from PA on 03/07/2015 - 6:43pm
"Great Product for kids"

I ordered these Gordini gloves for my 3 year old boy and there was info on the site that told me what size to get. They fit good, and kept his hands warm. I honestly think there may be a little bit of room in the fingers, so he may be able to use them again next year.

Posted by Mike from Murfreesboro, TN on 03/06/2015 - 10:44am
"Would buy them again"

I have a 2 year old toddler who is very picky about cold fingers and we live in NH. My only complaint with this Gordini mitten is we don't bother using the thumb holes. It is difficult to convince him to "help" line up his tiny thumbs. But, there is no more crying about cold hands at all compared to his old gloves.

Posted by Joe Cr. from NH, USA on 02/26/2015 - 8:47pm