We have very limited inventory of Past Season RX3 Pro. We have full inventory of our current season RX3 Pro.
The RX3 Pro is our long-cuff “3-Finger” glove with a removable liner.
- SHELL – the palm is made from thicker, premium soft cowhide leather, and reinforced with an extra layer of leather, covering the high wear areas. The rest is made from ultra-breathable, highly water-resistant softshell nylon.
- LINER - the easy-in/easy-out liner is made super warm without compromising dexterity. We use the unique combination of low-friction Chamki nylon, fleece and a dense, highly breathable proprietary insulation called Breathefil™ -200 grams. Highly breathable gloves minimize hand sweating, the prime cause of cold hands and decreased dexterity.
- Wrist glove leashes
- Direct wholesale pricing
- Free shipping & exchanges
These gloves are warm, well designed and built, and a great value. Started our morning up track climb at 3 degrees F and breezy high in the San Juans. The gloves were up to the task
After owning a variety of Hestra gloves over the years and recently the Hestra Heli gloves I picked up a pair of Free the Powder recommended by other skiers. This season I put the new gloves through the rigors of daily use, along with the Hestra Heli gloves. Free the Powder gloves performed very well so far this season my initial takeaway is that Free the Powder gloves are warmer than Hestra Heli. The glove although less money offers a robust and exceptional quality. Free the Powder gloves in my opinion offers an overall better value than Hesta. It’s tantamount to Mercedes and Lexus, where Mercedes is the established brand but Lexus came along and ended up designing and building a better quality product build across the board. I am very glad I discovered these gloves. Free the Powder offers both great value and a great price.
Awesome no complaints
I am someone who is always cold and has terrible circulation and raynaud's disease that make my hands freeze in cold temperatures. These mitts have been amazing for the one season I have used them during. I didn't even need to use thin under mitts for extra warmth, the mitts themselves were warm enough and sometimes even too warm during spring skiing. Thanks for finally making mitts that keep my hands warm and help me to continue enjoying winter sports!
The shell alone is sick for most every day but when it gets real chilly I bust those liners out so I can keep shredding while everyone else is in the lodge trying to bring their fingers back to life! Keep em soft with the leather treatment then put it on those chapped lips so you can continue to impress the ladies even off the slope