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The Pow Gloves Men's Stealth TT GTX Gloves set the standard for all snowboarding gloves. Gore-Tex guarantees waterproof breathable protection, and goatskin keeps the shell strong and protective for many seasons. PrimaLoft Gold is the benchmark of all synthetic insulations, boasting superior softness, an impressive warmth-to-weight ratio, and an eco-friendly construction. This fully-featured glove also has a smooth microfleece lining, TouchTec touchscreen-compatible finger tips, and a grippy palm. The Ultra Magic closure provides no-snag convenience as well as a secure fit.
- Gore-Tex insert
- Goatskin shell
- PrimaLoft Gold insulation
- Anti-pill microfleece lining
- TouchTec touchscreen-compatible tips
- Palm grip
- Ultra Magic no-snag hook-and-loop closure
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So far so good!
Day 3 in these puppies!
Classic style with modern construction
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The Stealth GTX glove from Pow was my first ever product from the company. All of my other gloves were either too stinky or became chew toys for my dog, so it was time to freshen up for the upcoming season. I was immediately intrigued by the 60's inspired lines, the GoreTex membrane, and the Primaloft insulation. So, I knew that this glove would keep my hands warm, dry, and looking fly. The Stealth is all leather which has always proven to be durable for seasons upon seasons, plus, you don't look like a toddler wearing all leather.
All leather, GoreTex, Primaloft insulation, fits true to size, long cuff to keep snow out, and looks way cool
CONS: Palm is not re-enforced for added durability, the TouchTec fingertips do not work well on smartphone screens, and the fingers feel fat and clumsy.
Overall, I feel like the Stealth GTX glove is up there with any high end glove. A few days on snow with them, and my hands are still happy. These would make a great gift, or just treat yourself to a stylish yet techie glove.
Design quality goes downhill each year..
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I bought my first pair of POW gloves back in 2011 after researching and testing many different glove brands and fabrics. My hands run cold due to poor circulation and I've never been able to find a pair of gloves that kept my fingers warm until the POW Stealth glove! The leather really kept the wind out and helped keep the heat in. The Hypora lining was thin and effective. I 100% loved them! I accidentally dropped one glove off the lift and I couldn't find it. I had to replace it with the newer Gore-Tex model. The Gore-Tex model didn't seem as soft and supple as the Hypora model and didn't keep my hands as warm so I continued to wear the older Hypora glove on one hand with the Gore-tex Glove on the other. Over the years of heavy use the Hypora glove started to wear a hole in the stitching of the finger. The wife was able to sew it up and repair it, but was time to start looking for a new pair of Gloves. I bought the Stealth TT GTX and was super exited for it, but was immediately disappointment with the thumb dexterity once I put it on. I couldn't open my hand as wide as usual due to the construction of the thumb fabric extending over onto the palm. What was POW thinking? I ended up returning them and will be trying out the POW Women's Gem glove this year since I didn't like the color option for the POW Tanto.
I'm giving this 3 stars because of the lack of thumb dexterity and it using Gore-Tex instead of Hypora lining. Lower star rating is also because I've been spoiled with the awesomeness of the older models of Stealth glove. My rating might have been a 5 star had this been my first experience with this glove.
Overall it's an awesome glove that I would recommend to all the cold fingers out there. The glove will fill a little stiff and fat at first, but it will break in and be awesome!