Finally got out of the warehouse (Bunker) and got some fresh air. Launching this kind of business is brutal, so it's incredible to get out and do some field work, testing gloves. It's amazing, gloves that seem too small in a 70 degree room all of a sudden become too big in the cold. (Hint, hands swell a bit in warmth).
Very little snow in Upper Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah for this late date. I hiked up the man-made snow at Alta Ski Area, where there were a few other people desperate for turns and kickers. There was maybe a foot of snow off the man-made run. The man-made run, Collins Gulley was track pack nasty, leg breaker "snow". Went up about half way, totally out of shape from working so much and no mountain biking since August (broke arm). Just great to get out though.
Talked to some old timers. It's awesome to speak my native tongue again (Skier). Everyone else was picking their way down the side of the man-made snow run, but not me, I shredded the gnar!
Unisex sizing. Free the Powder Gloves
have a fairly standard initial fit, but our
gloves are made with all-stretchable
materials so they break-in and conform
to your hand like no other ski glove.