AKASO Insulated & Waterproof Snowboarding Gloves

Last updated: August 17, 2023

The reinforced PU leather palm on these snowboarding gloves is not only attractive, but also non-slip. The gloves do an excellent job of keeping snow and wind out, while preventing heat from escaping from within. As an added bonus, the gloves feature an anti-lost buckle that holds them together when not in use.

We looked at the top Snowboarding Gloves and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Snowboarding Glove you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: You'll find these snowboarding gloves are available in a choice of black or red.

In our analysis of 36 expert reviews, the AKASO Insulated & Waterproof Snowboarding Gloves placed 5th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

WARM & COMFORTABLE – 3M Thinsulate insulation, which provides nearly twice the warmth of other material, and polyester ensure maximum heat retention while remaining thin and light for optimal dexterity. WATERPROOF & BREATHABLE – The snow gloves shell exteriors are treated with a durable water repellent (DWR) finish; Fan-Tex membranes keep soggy elements out while letting sweat vapor escape, ensuring dry comfort at all conditions.This makes them great for those sunny winter days during which they will keep your hands warm without making you feel too hot. CREATIVE DESIGN – Snowboarding gloves elastic wrist cord and adjustable drawstring closure can prevent snow and cold air from creeping in; Anti-lost buckles keep gloves together when not wearing. ADDITIONAL FEATURES – Durable and grippy PU palms,the anti-slip layer at the inside of your palm and fingertips allow you to comfortable hold items in the snow. Soft moisture-wicking fleece lining. Perfect for downhill skiing, snowboarding, mountaineering, snowmobiling, playing and working in snow. Please refer to our size chart for fitting instructions. Got a problem? Let us know! We are always here to help.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The Thinsulate technology was effective at keeping our hands warm though only for shorter periods. Another notable benefit of this technology is that it allows for a more lightweight glove. We also loved the grippy PU palms that extend all the way to your fingertips. Thanks to this feature, you do not need to worry about dexterity or losing your grip while handling your ski pole or shovel.
The layers of 3M Thinsulate provide essential breathability whilst being thin enough for ample dexterity.
Durable and grippy PU palms,the anti-slip layer at the inside of your palm and fingertips allow you to comfortably hold items in the snow. Elastic wrist – These gloves feature an elastic wrist cord and adjustable drawstring closure in order to prevent snow and cold air from entering in.
Another good thing is that these gloves are breathable. The design of these Akaso Ski gloves is well thought of. There is an elastic band around the wrist area, and once you tighten it, no snow or water can creep into your gloves. You can dig your hands into the snow as much as you want. Your hands are safe from the freezing snow.

What reviewers didn't like

Not ideal for really cold weather. The pull string on the wrist can get loose at times and will require fiddling to stay snug. The lack of wrist straps also means these can get lost easier than many winter gloves with this feature.
Small – A few customers noted that these gloves tend to run small in size, and recommended that you size up one size.
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