4 Women’s Gloves Perfect for Below Freezing Weather

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Winter in the Midwest is nothing to scoff at, especially with rumors of the polar vortex coming for a second year in a row. As a woman with tiny hands, something I struggle with every year is finding the perfect gloves. My unicorn gloves will keep my hands warm as I shovel snow in below freezing temperatures without being so oversized on me that they just get in the way.

After hours of research, I’ve found four pairs of gloves that will keep my hands and yours warm and dry during the brutal winter months.

Andorra Thinsulate Ski Gloves

These Andorra Ski Gloves are so warm and come in so many cute colors! They’re also touchscreen compatible and have a zippered pocket to keep small items like keys safe while you’re shoveling.

Anqier Winter Gloves

Anqier’s Winter Gloves are insulated with thinsulate and cotton to trap your body heat more efficiently, keeping your hands warm on the coldest days. They have durable polyurethane (PU) palms so you don’t have to worry about losing your grip on your ice scraper.

Want to keep the rest of your body warm on cold days? Layering is key!

Unigear Ski Gloves

These ski gloves from Unigear are super water-resistant, with a durable water repellent (DWR) shell and PU palms. The Primaloft insulation will keep your hands warmer longer for those extra cold days.

Galexia Zero Thinsulate Lined Ski Gloves

These Galexia Zero Gloves come in so many colors and patterns, so you never have to worry about someone “accidentally” walking off with your super warm gloves. Touch-screen capable fingers and non-slip grip palms make these perfect for those days when you have to wait in the cold for your car to warm up.

With temperatures dropping and snow falling, it’s important to make sure you have the right equipment before the weather gets dangerous. Don’t get caught in subfreezing temperatures with subpar gloves!


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