The M3 takes pole position in our line of short cuff, five finger gloves. With 100g of 3M Polyfill , a 200g Polar Fleece lining, and a waterproof-breathable Porelle membrane, the M3 is our warmest low-profile, five-finger glove. A wrapped finger-tip design ensures excellent comfort and durability. And a generous amount of pre-curve built into the fourchette patterning provides an awesome, natural feel that takes almost no time to feel like you've been wearing it for years. The internal membrane keeps your digits protected from the wettest of conditions. This is a perfect addition to the quiver and will excel best at spinning chair laps in hammering storms or waiting patiently in your pack prior to that mega soft descent you just worked so hard for. Nab a pair.
Very high quality and warm glove for a price that is significantly lower than other brands. Leather is supple and soft. Construction seems made to last. The glove looks and feels great and insulation kept my hands warm down to about 15 degrees. If it’s much colder than that, you might want the RPG or a mitten if your hands run cold. Personally I think I would have been fine even down to 10. Even though the information on Truck’s website says it starts out a little tight and needs some breaking in, it’s very soft and dexterous right out of the box. After 2 days of use, it’s just about perfect. The only down side I see to this glove is that the wrist cuff is short (by design) so you don’t have the full protection of a gauntlet style glove. So again, if you need really bomb proof protection for heavy powder, you may want to upgrade to a mitten or RPG with more protection. For most days, I prefer this style of glove to the more cumbersome full gauntlet styles. Also, keep an eye out for discounts for first time buyers l, sales, etc. on Truck’s website that make this glove an even better deal.
M3 gloves are the best winter gloves Ive ever owned by far. Customer service is 2nd to none. Amazing product and fantastic company. 6 stars out of 5.
This is a great glove. I love the leather, the shape, the grip, pretty much everything except they don't keep my fingers warm on cold Sun Valley mornings. They are great for a nice afternoon but not OK for a 10-degree morning. I wish they were.
For the record, I would never survive in any of my five-finger gloves on a 10 degree morning. NOT because they aren't warm gloves. More so because i have cold hands. I wear mittens because i know my physiology and i like to be warm. The older i get, the colder I get. So i have learned what gear I need in the various conditions. I know plenty of warm blooded folks (think Ski Patrol at Loveland Pass) who can get away with the M1 all year, any conditions. Not me. Not even close.
The point here: The M3 is a solid, medium-weight ski glove. If you've been warm in similar products before, this should be a great choice. If you struggle on cold mornings with five-finger gloves, think about buying a mitten! Know your body type. Choose accordingly. And if the glove is snug, it wont be as warm as if it's roomy. So size up if you're between sizes and are choosing for warmth vs performance.
These gloves are quite warm. Im using them for snowmaking and they are the best I've used yet. The only downfall so far is that the stick to metal or aluminum once the get a lil wet. Otherwise I will be using these gloves every year and already have 4 other employees convinced after they tried them on. Best gloves for the job so far!!!
I would love a merino wool option in the gloves and mitts. Other than that I'm stoked. I can't recommend them enough. Warmer than I thought and broke in quickly.
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At TRUCK we keep it simple. We design great hand wear. Our awesome factory partners sew the gloves. We warehouse them in Salt Lake City. Then we ship directly to you with no stops or markups in between.
This streamlined product development and sales cycle offers us great control over everything we do. And, best of all, it allows us to sell our product at super fair prices.
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For five years I have traveled from coast to coast introducing TRUCK to the operational groups at nearly every ski resort from Maine to Washington. The goal was to build a glove that met the varied needs of the patrollers, lifties, snowmakers, and ski instructors who demand a quality product as well as one they can actually afford. And if we could do that, well, then we knew we had something good to offer.
Today we have a faithful following of resort employees who swear by the quality and costs we offer.
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