6th Day: EMS Gloves

On the 6th day, I used my EMS gloves. Yep, used them. I’m at Sugarloaf and even though I’m going snowboarding tomorrow and Sunday, I’m just not accustom to these freezing temps yet. I’m going around in my EMS gloves like my life (well at least my hands) depend on it.

When it comes to gloves, there’s about a million choices. Everything from the el cheapo gloves that pretty much look for water to suck up, all the way up to gloves that cost a few hundred dollars and include heaters. If you’re like me and are looking for that cool in between glove, it’s kind of a struggle. So, like I usually do – I went to EMS (yes, addict – no, they aren’t paying me a cent to say anything about them).

EMS of course had a bunch of options, so instead of giving my Tenders & Trails seal of approval to just one pair – I’m just going to say they’re all awesome. I have a few pairs of different types and they all hold up, are warm, and dry out fast. To make it even better, EMS sells gloves of all different sizes including my tiny hands. And to top it off, they don’t cost and arm and a hand. Oh yeah, such a comedian.

I’m hoping it’s modestly obvious where to get some EMS gloves, but basically go find your local Eastern Mountain Sports. And then get up to Sugarloaf. It’s going to be a good weekend!

Up tomorrow: Burton Lux Snowboard

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About Jillian Bejtlich

Hey! I'm Jillian Bejtlich. I’m a lifelong New Englander with a serious love of the outdoors, adventure, and a pretty serious inability to sit still. I’m plagued by the travel bug, and it seems I’ll try any relatively sane and safe thing once. My big goal in life: Get people outside!