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CROSSTREK by Indiahikes

Gloves For Snow Trekking and Camping (Waterproof)

Gloves For Snow Trekking and Camping (Waterproof)

2 total reviews

Regular price Rs. 1,450.00
Regular price Sale price Rs. 1,450.00
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In the freezing weather of the Himalayas, the first to go numb is your fingers, especially if you're handling snow. It's important to protect them with the right gloves. With a lot of researchers, we have brought these gloves in for trekkers.


  • Synthetic gloves with thick insulation (c40 Thinsulate) and 140 g backhand cotton, to keep your hand warm in the coldest weather.
  • Waterproofing doesn't allow any water to seep through, even after a snowball fight!
  • Adjustable straps to help secure it around your wrists.
  • Touchscreen function, so you don't have to take out your gloves to take pictures.
  • Additional storable waterproof bag. Even if the gloves are wet, you can easily slip them into the cover and keep them in your backpack.


  • Fabric: Butterfly Mesh fabric
  • Palm: Polyurethane
  • Filling: C40 Thinsulate + 140g backhand cotton+120g palm acrylic fibers

Glove Sizes    Palm Sizes (Refer to the image for better understanding)
Medium (M)    Adult Women and Men with Smaller Palms
Large (L)      Adult Men and Women with Bigger Palms

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Irwin Coelho
Worth it

I recently donned these gloves for a winter trek, and they came in handy. They look good and, importantly, are water proof and warm. I would recommend anyone on the fence to go for it and buy these gloves.

A good investment for my winter adventure

The Crosstrek gloves were an absolute game-changer for my recent winter trek!

Despite the frigid temperatures, my hands remained warm and free from numbness. Also, whether I was gripping onto my trekking poles or engaging in spontaneous snowball fights, the gloves did not restrict my hand movements.