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Hestra Gloves

Hestra Liv Glove, Chocolate

The Liv Glove from Hestra Gloves is a supple deerskin glove with warming Primaloft insulation. Rib knitted wool cuff and soft polyester lining. 

OUTER MATERIAL: DEERSKIN White tailed deer from North America gives a supple and isolating leather with a beautiful grain texture.


LINING: BRUSHED POLYESTER Durable lining which is brushed for a softer feeling and containing more air for better insulation. 100% polyester.

INSULATION: PRIMALOFT GOLD A soft, down-like polyester that is both warm, breathable and water resistant.

Features:

RIB KNITTED CUFF keeps your wrist warm.

TOUCH SCREEN FUNCTION

The size of the Hestra Collection and Sport Classic Gloves are measured in British (same as American) inches. 
 Palm Circumference (inches) Glove Size
5.7 - 6.2 inches 6
6.8 - 7.2 inches 7
7.8 - 8.3 inches 8

Hestra specializes in quality gloves since our establishment in 1936. For us, making gloves will always be a craft.

The family business Martin Magnusson & Co. was founded in 1936 and is now run by the third generation of Magnussons. Both design and development is done at the headquarters in the small town of Hestra. Our gloves are manufactured in our own factories and we personally buy all leather, fabric, wool and other materials. This gives us control of the production chain and ensures a high level of quality. Several of our models are handmade by some of the most experienced glove makers in Europe.

In addition to Scandinavia, the United States, Alp-countries, and Japan are our largest markets. The owners and managers are brothers Claes and Svante Magnusson. They have two sons each – the fourth generation of Magnussons – who also work at Hestra.

HESTRA is one of the leading international glove brands in skiing, outdoor recreation, and leisure. We also develop gloves for professional uses such as construction work under the brand name HESTRA JOB. Design and product development is done in cooperation with some of the world's best professional skiers and adventurers under the direction of Design director Marianne Knutsson-Hall.

Details

OUTER MATERIAL: DEERSKIN White tailed deer from North America gives a supple and isolating leather with a beautiful grain texture.


LINING: BRUSHED POLYESTER Durable lining which is brushed for a softer feeling and containing more air for better insulation. 100% polyester.

INSULATION: PRIMALOFT GOLD A soft, down-like polyester that is both warm, breathable and water resistant.

Features:

RIB KNITTED CUFF keeps your wrist warm.

TOUCH SCREEN FUNCTION

Size Guide

The size of the Hestra Collection and Sport Classic Gloves are measured in British (same as American) inches. 
 Palm Circumference (inches) Glove Size
5.7 - 6.2 inches 6
6.8 - 7.2 inches 7
7.8 - 8.3 inches 8

About Hestra Gloves

Hestra specializes in quality gloves since our establishment in 1936. For us, making gloves will always be a craft.

The family business Martin Magnusson & Co. was founded in 1936 and is now run by the third generation of Magnussons. Both design and development is done at the headquarters in the small town of Hestra. Our gloves are manufactured in our own factories and we personally buy all leather, fabric, wool and other materials. This gives us control of the production chain and ensures a high level of quality. Several of our models are handmade by some of the most experienced glove makers in Europe.

In addition to Scandinavia, the United States, Alp-countries, and Japan are our largest markets. The owners and managers are brothers Claes and Svante Magnusson. They have two sons each – the fourth generation of Magnussons – who also work at Hestra.

HESTRA is one of the leading international glove brands in skiing, outdoor recreation, and leisure. We also develop gloves for professional uses such as construction work under the brand name HESTRA JOB. Design and product development is done in cooperation with some of the world's best professional skiers and adventurers under the direction of Design director Marianne Knutsson-Hall.