Rossignol Glove Comparison

We just received all our new Rossignol 2016/2017 items in and decided to take a deeper look into their performance gloves. The verdict… we were impressed! Check out our comparison video or read our script below to learn more about these incredible gloves from Rossignol!

 

Rossignol Performance winter gloves

With the weather changing and winter right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about your gear lineup for the season. We are going to look at 3 different glove types for different activities. Rossignol makes some of the nicest gloves for outdoor activities available today!

Even though many gloves are marketed as ski or snowboard gloves, they are also great for many other outdoor activities including sledding, hiking and snowshoeing. Whether it is your desire to work outside in the cold or play with your kids building a snowman, AvidMax has a pair of gloves for you! Let’s take a look at some new gloves to add to your winter gear lineup.

 

Rossignol Caress-Of-Steel Ski Gloves
Rossignol Caress of Steel Performance Gloves

 

Rossignol Caress of Steel Performance Gloves
These gloves are designed for use in winter conditions. Wear them for any alpine activity including snowboarding, skiing, snowshoeing. They are plush, cozy and will keep your hands toasty warm on or off the slopes. These high quality performance gloves will last for years in your winter gear lineup. They are made with goatskin leather outer and bemberg lining. They are insulated with 40 gram thinsulate for warmth. The palm area is outstiched to reduce stress and increase the overall life of the glove. A tactile piece of sheepskin is sewed into the palm area to facilitate better gripping ability. Top Padding is applied to reduce potential impact to the back of hand area. They are designed with a neoprene velcro cuff to keep undesired elements out during use. The Caress of Steel gloves are available in natural color with black trim or black with white trim.

 

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Rossignol Rough Rider Performance Gloves

 

Rossignol Rough Rider Performance Gloves
These are a Leather workman’s style glove. You can carve some turns or get some work done! You can wear these gloves for any alpine activity including snowboarding, skiing or snowshoeing They are designed for use in the spring or in mild winter conditions. These high quality performance gloves will last for years in your springtime gear lineup. These gloves are made with pigskin and 4-way stretch nylon spandex outer. The lining is a cozy and comfortable fleece material that keeps your hands warm. These gloves incorporate open cuff designed for quick off and on use. The Rough Rider gloves are natural pigskin color with black.

 

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Rossignol Nailbiter Performance Gloves

 

Rossignol Nailbiter Performance Gloves
These gloves are lightweight and slightly breathable. This design is intended for any alpine use in springtime or mild winter conditions, including snowboarding, skiing, snowshoeing. These high quality performance gloves will last for years in your springtime gear lineup. These gloves are made with goatskin leather outer and bemberg lining. The glove incorporates a nubuck thumb topping that is useful for wiping sweat from the eyebrow or other areas. 40 gram Thinsulate insulation provides warmth. The palm area is outstiched to reduce stress and increase the overall life of the glove. A tactile piece of leather is sewed into the palm area to facilitate better gripping ability. Top Padding is applied to the entire top and fingers of the glove to reduce potential impact to the back of hand area. They are designed with a neoprene velcro cuff to keep undesired elements out during use and available in gray color with black and white trim.

Depending on your intended use, choosing the right construction and materials is important, in fact, it can be the difference between warm, toasty hands or wet, numb, bitterly cold fingertips, possibly resulting in frostbite. This is why it’s crucial to choose carefully! Being a high altitude mountaineer, a cyclist, and a regular outdoor adventurer, I have many pairs of gloves for specific activities. AvidMax has the knowledge and experience to help you make the right decision.

Do you want to see more? Check out the rest of our Winter category here.

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