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The Elite Glove represents the highest class of technology and performance ever included in snowmobile gloves. Featuring the world’s first GORE-TEX X-TRAFIT technology for the snowmobile market, the KLIM Elite Glove is GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY and it’s benefits start with a direct connection between man and machine through GORE’s X-TRAFIT grip technology—eliminating slip and slop in your grip. Intelligent Thinsulate insulation, Poron XRD knuckle and wrist coverage and the unbeatable performance of Pittards Armortan Ceramic reinforced Leather round out the most advanced glove in snowmobiling. Innovative, unmatched and unbeatable; this is the Elite.
Guaranteed To Keep You Dry
GORE-TEX X-TRAFIT grip technology
All leather construction featuring PITTARDS ARMORTAN ceramic palm and back of hand
100 gram Thinsulate on back of hand
Micro fleece lining
3M SCOTCHLITE reflective accents on wrist, back of hand and fingers for nighttime visibility
PORON XRD knuckle and pisiform (wrist) bone impact padding
Integrated snow gaiter with shock cord closure
Massive Velcro gauntlet closure
Wrist cinch strap with Velcro closure
Intensely engineered pre-curved finger construction with accordion gussets for flexibility
External seam box finger construction for ultimate comfort
The gloves need to be worn around the house for a week first to break the glove in after the leather is soft they have more feel in them.
March 9, 2015
These gloves were expensive. They were held to a higher standard cause my hard earned cash wasn't going to be wasted. Bought these gloves and thought I would send them back until I put them on. At first I thought they were tight but wore them around the house and fell in love. They fit like a second skin without even noticing they are on. They do fit small and when riding, they were impressively warm and responsive with throttle and the feel is awesome. I am convinced these are the best snowmobile gloves money can buy. Worth ever penny in terms of style, comfort and technical features. Watch the video, Anthony is spot on with these.
April 28, 2014
Love these gloves simple
Got for snowmobiling I have no complaints love them
February 24, 2014
Overall this is an exceptionally well made glove, warm, waterproof and comfortable. Only one big problem; if you ever take your hand out of the glove, say to repair something, make an adjustment to your gear, etc. and get your hands wet you WILL NOT under any condition get your hands back into the glove. The interior fabric clings to wet skin like glue. I found myself in a ripping storm with hail and blinding rain and had to pull off the road due to mud slides and almost zero visibility. After removing one glove to work the GPS looking for alternate routes my hand was wet, no way to dry it. I could not get the glove back on and had to continue with one hand numb from the cold and getting close to frostbit. This needs to be fixed by the designer.
August 31, 2013
Extreme Glove for extreme conditions
It's hard to get past the price when you first glance at this glove. But once you hit the trails on a subzero day you start to notice how great this glove really is. I like the fact that the liner is stitched in and you don't have to worry about pulling out the liner everytime you take your hand out. When you pound the snowmobile trails hard and you really start working your hands stay dry and not clammy....gore tex working at its best. External seams add to the comfort and the glove offers great protection. My one beef with Klim is they need more short cuffed gloves in their lineup. I am not a fan of long gloves but bought these because I wanted the warmth and protection that the powder cross doesn't offer. These gloves are a little bulky up your arm and can fit under most jackets but are tight. They are meant more for outside the jacket but that's not my style.
February 18, 2013
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Andrew T:I own alot of Klim gear, it has all performed as promised. All, that is, with the exception of these gloves. These are the coldest glove I've ever worn, (cold hands in 10 minutes @ 25 F).
I gave the gloves to 2 different family members, thinking it might have been a fitment issue. I wear a large glove, ordered these gloves in large & found them to be very snug. The family members I had try them have smaller hands, & felt the fit was good. Both gave the gloves back, same problem.
The prior 2 seasons, I used the Klim Togwotee glove & had good results.
For this season I've ordered the Klim Fusion glove, let it snow.Oct 7, 2014
JOHN V:-40 not sure (f). I ride -10 occasionally with excellent hated grips no problem. The price is for technical fabric and flexibility but I am not sure anything will be perfect at -40. The palms are very thin with excellent feel and good insulation but -40? I don't think anything would keep me warm. Oct 7, 2014