Since 1956, Vermont based Gordini has been pushing the limits of glove design. Now, a leader in cold-weather accessories.
Gordini produces products that combine proven materials with the latest technology. The Gordini crew lives their passions every day ensuring the gear they produce can endure the most demanding conditions season after season.
Intended Use: snowboarding, snow-sports, backcountry, keeping your hands warm with a slightly less bulky profile than other gloves.
Recommended for: Any rider looking for a cold weather glove that will take you through most of the cold days on the mountain to spring.
Review Date: March-May 2020 in Colorado
Camber Glove Tested
Size: Medium 8.5″ circumference 7.75″ length
Price MSRP: $89.99
Overview of the Camber Glove
The Camber glove is engineered with Gordini’s signature 3-D knit technology, the camber is a triple threat that is waterproof, windproof, and ultra-breathable, featuring seamless, water-resistant knit panels that add warmth without bulk.
Durable goatskin and synthetic leather in high-impact areas offer ultimate protection and dexterity. Megaloft® insulation (won’t compact in damp conditions) keeping you warm all the time.
Details from Gordini:
- Water-resistant Ergoknit™ shell
- Genuine goatskin trim with CLUTCH™ synthetic leather accents
- AquaBloc® waterproof, windproof, breathable insert
- Megaloft® synthetic insulation
- Moisture-wicking lining
- Knit and neoprene cuff with hook-and-loop closure
After enjoying the Gordini MTN Crew for very cold days, I was excited to try their slightly slimmer profile Camber glove. The 3-D knit provides some extra style and has some stretch to it, so these gloves provide great dexterity. I found the Camber glove to be slightly tighter than the MTN Crew, the Camber gloves are still true to size. I like my gloves to be a bit more snug when they are new. Over long periods of use they stretch out, these have proven to be true to size and have held up nicely after months of use mainly in the backcountry this spring. The goatskin is tough and will protect you when needed. I particularly enjoyed this while splitboarding and when moving my board from tour mode to ride mode. After a nice split up these gloves were easy to manipulate and allowed me to adjust my nose and tail clips without having to take them off! The other notable features of the gloves are the breathable membrane, spring/summer snow in the Rockies can be heavy and wet and I didn’t notice any water moving through to the liner. These glove breathe well, and I wore them in stormy to bluebird conditions from 15 degrees to 40 degrees Fahrenheit they release heat well but keep you warm all day.
If you’re looking for an all around glove that will work well in most conditions at a good price this is it! The Gordini Camber Gloves are a stylish glove that will last several seasons, it’s not the warmest at temps below 15 degrees but otherwise it will keep your hands warm all season long!
- Fits true to size – the Camber feels a little snug at first. It will loosen up over time, just remember that.
- work wear look is trendy right now
- Excellent waterproof and windproof option
- feels broken in immediately
- Great warmth for most winter conditions from 15 degrees to upper 30’s Fahrenheit
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