In at number five we have the Dare2B Hands down glove. This is a perfect glove for a first time skier or snowboarder. The glove itself has a DWR coating making the glove water repellent, it has a warm scrim lining and with the high loft polyester insulation your hands will stay nice and toasty.With the elasticated wrist, adjustable cuffs, shock cord and toggle lower wrist adjuster you can guarantee a perfect fit for you. The Hands Down Glove also has a four way stretch giving you an even better fit. And the final touch is that this glove is compatible with most touch screen devices. Number Four At number four we have The North Face Montana Glove. This is a great glove if you are after something with a bit more padding and a more relaxed fit. The box finger construction will keep your fingertips nice and warm. The glove has Hyvent waterproofing to keep your hands nice and dry but also nice and cool due to the breathability of Hyvent. With the Montana Glove you get a removable wrist oven, which helps provide warmth when combined with a hand warmer. The gloves articulation keeps your hands in a naturally relaxed position, making it ideal for any skier and snowboarder. Number Three In at number three we have the DaKine Nova Glove. This glove has a great design catering for skiers and snowboarders alike. The glove itself is waterproof, windproof and breathable. The Nova has great fit to it, it’s slim line but has enough insulation to keep you warm no matter how cold it is. The Nova has great adjustment all over the glove so you can be assured that you will get a perfect fit from this glove. The palm itself is leather, giving you a soft grip. But don’t let that put you off, the leather is very hard wearing and gives a brilliant grip. Just remember to treat the leather with Nikwax, this will stop the leather from drying and cracking. Number Two At Number two we have the awesome Burton Baker 2 in 1 Glove. This glove features screen grab toughgrip technology which allows you to touch any touchscreen device. It uses DryRide Ultrashell weatherproofing, DryRide is waterproof and breathable so no matter the conditions you are skiing or snowboarding in it’s got you covered. The glove uses thermacore technology which keeps your hands nice and toasty no matter how cold it is on the slopes. The thermacore works really well with the ergonomic fit that the Baker 2 in 1 glove has, giving you a brilliant fit! And finally the handy ski pass pocket located on the front of the glove is a great touch. Number One And the winner is (drum roll) the Salomon Tactile Glove. This glove is made from softshell with a leather palm. The softshell material with the AdvancedSkin Dry technology is waterproof, windproof and breathable, so it ticks all the boxes. The Tactile glove uses thermolite micro insulation so the glove is not a “chunky” glove but will keep you just as warm as other high end “chunky” gloves. The glove has a great ergonomic comfortable fit to it. This means that has an easy fit to it, and has medium to high thickness of insulation on the palm and on the back of the hand for maximum warmth. The Tactile glove also has a nose wipe on the thumb. It’s a soft material which allows you to wipe away snow from your face without irritation. So there we have it that was our top 5 men’s ski and snowboard gloves. We stock plenty of other gloves and brands on our website Simply Piste so make sure you check it out!