MCTi Adjustable & Zipper Pocket Waterproof Snowboarding Gloves

Last updated: March 28, 2022

Versatile is the best way to describe these snowboarding gloves. Thanks to their waterproof construction and 3m Thinsulate, they can also be used when skiing, camping, or building snow forts with the kids. In fact, the gloves can be worn anytime outdoors in temperatures of up to -20 degrees Fahrenheit.

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: The zipper pocket on the upper portion of these snowboarding gloves is ideal for keeping your cash or car keys safe while on the slopes.

In our analysis of 36 expert reviews, the MCTi Adjustable & Zipper Pocket Waterproof Snowboarding Gloves placed 4th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

3M Thinsulate Insulation & Waterproof TPU Membrane. This warm and lightweight 3M Thinsulate insulation keeps hands warm in temperature above -20℉ in winter sports. 3M thinsulate insulation is warm, durable, versatile, yet lightweight. It helps to trap and hold body heat, while still allowing mositure to escape. Our gloves insulation can quickly restore fluffiness without deformation after extrusion and proper cleaning. The tpu membrane keeps wicking out moisture and helps hands to stay warm and dry in winter sports all day long.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

They are an excellent windproof and waterproof option from ice beside being exceptionally durable. The gloves also include a Zipper pocket that allows you to store some accessories such as keys and a light and soft lining that make it super comfortable.
These gloves have a very sleek, all-black design and a top of the line insulation package. Widely praised for being lightweight for the insulation offered. These gloves are very comfortable and durable. The exterior shell will keep snow and water outside of the glove and the interior is designed for moisture-wicking and optimized breathability.
They also have rubber fingers for reinforced durability and a polyurethane coating on the palm. A zippered pocket on the back of the hand (big enough to fit keys, an ID, cash, or a disposable hand warmer) and adjustable wrist buckles are bonus features on an already-stellar glove.
These gloves have a zippered pocket on the top, and while naturally it can’t hold too much, about two dozen reviewers mention how useful it is. “Zipper pockets on the gloves were clutch for my lift ticket since I didn’t have a chest pocket on my shell,” one skier says.
Provide warmth and performance all in a stylish design. Both waterproof (thanks to the TPU membrane insert) and windproof (the composite three-layer softshell construction), the gloves are highly functional with a number of extras. Other neat features are the zippered storage pocket, knitted polyester lining, soft nose wipe fabric thumb, and embroidered logo.
- Heavy
The insulation isn’t loose and the shell isn’t baggy at all. They also fit nice and close to that hand so the dexterity and comfort is much better with these gloves. They also have my favorite little gimmick which is the small zippered pocket that you can put your cards, cash or keys in.

What reviewers didn't like

Lack of touchscreen functionality.
There were a few complaints of the MCTi Waterproof Winter gloves being thick and bulky, mostly for conducting fine motor skills. They were also dinged for being difficult to dry out (although great at wicking and breathability).
Not touchscreen compatible. Some users experienced durability issues, namely tearing of seams. Some users said their hands did get wet, the moisture-wicking materials didn't dry quickly.
- Heavy
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