0 items added to cart
ITEMS IN CART

Kinco - Lined Premium Pigskin Leather Work and Ski Gloves with Nikwax Waterproof Wax, Heavy Duty Reinforced Palm, Heatkeep Thermal Insulation, Omni-Cuff, Fitted Knit Wrist, (Style No. 901)

  • Kinco - Lined Premium Pigskin Leather Work and Ski Gloves with Nikwax Waterproof Wax, Heavy Duty Reinforced Palm, Heatkeep Thermal Insulation, Omni-Cuff, Fitted Knit Wrist, (Style No. 901)
  • Kinco - Lined Premium Pigskin Leather Work and Ski Gloves with Nikwax Waterproof Wax, Heavy Duty Reinforced Palm, Heatkeep Thermal Insulation, Omni-Cuff, Fitted Knit Wrist, (Style No. 901)
  • Kinco - Lined Premium Pigskin Leather Work and Ski Gloves with Nikwax Waterproof Wax, Heavy Duty Reinforced Palm, Heatkeep Thermal Insulation, Omni-Cuff, Fitted Knit Wrist, (Style No. 901)
  • Kinco - Lined Premium Pigskin Leather Work and Ski Gloves with Nikwax Waterproof Wax, Heavy Duty Reinforced Palm, Heatkeep Thermal Insulation, Omni-Cuff, Fitted Knit Wrist, (Style No. 901)
  • Kinco - Lined Premium Pigskin Leather Work and Ski Gloves with Nikwax Waterproof Wax, Heavy Duty Reinforced Palm, Heatkeep Thermal Insulation, Omni-Cuff, Fitted Knit Wrist, (Style No. 901)
  • Kinco - Lined Premium Pigskin Leather Work and Ski Gloves with Nikwax Waterproof Wax, Heavy Duty Reinforced Palm, Heatkeep Thermal Insulation, Omni-Cuff, Fitted Knit Wrist, (Style No. 901)
  • Kinco - Lined Premium Pigskin Leather Work and Ski Gloves with Nikwax Waterproof Wax, Heavy Duty Reinforced Palm, Heatkeep Thermal Insulation, Omni-Cuff, Fitted Knit Wrist, (Style No. 901)

Kinco - Lined Premium Pigskin Leather Work and Ski Gloves with Nikwax Waterproof Wax, Heavy Duty Reinforced Palm, Heatkeep Thermal Insulation, Omni-Cuff, Fitted Knit Wrist, (Style No. 901)

NZ$ 182.00 NZ$ 110.00 Save: NZ$ 72.00
NZ$ 110.00 NZ$ 182.00 You save: NZ$ 72.00

Qty:

QUANTITY:

  • 1
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
    • 9
    • 10
Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

  • Tracked Shipping

  • Secure Payments

  • 10 Days Return

Description
  • TRUSTED BY OUTDOOR PROFESSIONALS FOR HARSH WINTER ACTIVITIES: Ski patrollers, snow plow drivers, loggers, and backcountry expeditioners alike choose Kinco 901s for their heavy duty durability and affordability. Premium grain pigskin leather is more durable than regular cowhide and will outlast synthetic or nylon work gloves. Suede pigskin reinforcement patches reinforce the high-wear areas of the glove to better withstand punctures and abrasions while extending the longevity of the glove.
  • FEWER SEAMS FOR MORE COMFORT: By relocating and removing typical seam patterns, this glove provides the smooth, comfortable feel of a seamless interior. Our seam patterns reduce the risk of irritation, blisters, glove failure, and other common glove issues.
  • HEATKEEP INSULATION KEEPS HANDS WARM AND DRY: Heatkeep thermal insulation is comprised of finely spun polyester fibers, which create thousands of air pockets between the outer shell and inner lining to fully envelop the hand. These air pockets work to trap the body heat generated inside the glove and shield the hand from the cold. An inner lining that is laminated to the Heatkeep fibers wicks moisture away from the hand to keep it dry.
  • SUPERIOR WATERPROOFING: Pigskin grain leather naturally repells water while remaining soft and flexible after getting wet. To further waterproof, apply the included packet of Nikwax Waterproofing and you have an invincible pair of winter gloves. The Omni-Cuff knit wrist cuff design offers a snug fit that keeps snow and debris out.
  • SIZING AND FIT: Sizing is based on men's sizes from the size guide. This unisex glove will fit both Men and Women. Refer to sizing guide for best fit. If you are in between sizes, we recommend sizing down. Leather gloves start stiff, but soften after a few uses.
Read More
Read Less
See all Reviews

Customer Reviews

Small gloves don't have reinforced fingers, stitching is so soUse these as work gloves for ski patrol. They're solid for the price point, but it's a good idea to buy a backup pair if you're getting them while they're on sale.Pros: warm enough for about a 0 to 5 F windchill, takes snoseal or nikwax well, sturdy but malleable enough to do work in, and a reinforced thumb and palm for technical work with ropes.Cons: stitching came loose on reinforced leather, a spot wore thin on the non-reinforced fingers from shovel and rope work and it tore easily when it caught on a piece of wire (a duct tape patch holds well on it though), and the small size gloves don't have reinforced first through third fingers like the photo shows. Coworkers got the medium and large gloves though, and those sizes do have those fingers reinforced. Same issue with one of the medium glove's index finger reinforcement losing its stitching, though.Decent enough for the price, and every glove will wear out with enough use, at least these are easy enough to buy again. The nikwax sample they come with isn't much though, highly recommend getting some snoseal to treat them with as well.3Amazing customer serviceWarning: if you order these in size small, you will not get the extra protection patches on the fingers. I emailed Kinco about this and they let me know that they had complaints that the fingers were too stiff with the Small size + finger patches, so only Medium and larger will have this added protection. On the plus side, they apologized about the misleading pictures on Amazon and offered to send me a Medium pair. Amazing customer service!!Now onto the gloves. I'm someone with very bad circulation issues and use hand warmers on most days I go boarding. I used these a handful of times snowblowing and shoveling in very cold temps 15-20 degrees and had no issues whatsoever keeping my hands warm. The provided Nikwax waterproofing cream was enough to waterproof these gloves AND another leather pair I had on hand. Will def be buying these again whenever they give up on me (which should be a while!) and recommend them to friends that are looking for a killer pair of durable and affordable gloves!!5Make sure you use the Sizing Chart Ok, so to be fair, I just got these and these are just initial impressions, so this might be worth a five star review after this season, but I felt I needed to post simply to say, MAKE SURE YOU USE THE SIZING CHART, ok, the reason I have to say that is because I have absolutely monstrous hands, and most brands XL gloves aren't quite big enough for me, and I would probably fit an L better than the XL in with these, the XL is huge, so big in fact that I'm busy working on trying to shrink these so that they fit better. But from what I've read and what my some of my ski buddies say, these are some of the best ski gloves you can get, especially because they are only 15$, even if they are a hit and a miss, you can toss them in you car in the winter and have a spare pair of gloves for whatever you might need. 4Excellent winter work glovesThese are very nice gloves and are very warm and durable. These are the best gloves I have found for ranch work because, unlike other gloves I have used, these actually hold up to the abuse of physical labor. I have worn these gloves doing ranch work, calving in -30 F, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and many other winter activities. I really like the elastic cuff; otherwise the gloves would constantly fill up with hay and snow. After treating them with water proofing wax, they are quite waterproof. Something I wish was different about these gloves: it would be nice if the little fingers also had reinforced leather patches on them and if the reinforced leather finger patches extended all the way to the reinforced leather palm patches. This would protect weak spots better and help the gloves last longer. Even with how heavy duty these gloves are, I still go through more than a pair each winter. Highly recommended.5Many Defects - Poorly Made - No Quality Control - Should Be Sold As Seconds - Not Worth The MoneyI have worn Kinco gloves for years but clearly their quality has gone down hill. Obvious use of lower grade materials (split hide vs. first-cut suede or top grain) to cut costs. Terrible workmanship.Picture 1: Holes where stitching was done in wrong location then ripped out and resewn at factory.Picture 2: Missing stitches and open seam where stitching was interrupted and restarted.Picture 3: Bunched up material between fingers - very uncomfortable.Picture 4: Pad on left index finger offset to one side - makes it hard to bend finger. Palm on right-hand glove (left side of picture) is clearly lower quality split hide and not true suede as advertised.Picture 5: Back of right glove (left side of picture) is clearly lower quality split hide and not true suede as advertised.1The Best Cheap Leather Ski Gloves GoingTook these to Montana for a week long ski trip. Weather was cold, around 6 - 14 degrees Fahrenheit. These were pretty good all by themselves, but when I added a chemical heater pack to each, they were down right toasty!I had gone through the heating/snow seal process at least 5 times before I used them. For a week these stayed dry and warm. After 5 days of all day use, I noted a little sign they were starting to absorb some water into the leather in a few places. Never felt wet inside. Likely didn't apply enough snow seal to those places. Will remedy the issue with another round of snow seal and a little heat.These run fairly true to size. I will likely get another pair in a size smaller simply to have on warmer days when the extra bulk and space isn't needed. The bigger gloves are perfect for super cold days as the extra room is good for holding warm air.Overall - Highly Recommend.5Awesome!! After one year, this Ski Instructor still loves these gloves.UPDATE ..MARCH 2015 AFTER ONE YEAR OF CONSTANT USE. I highly recommend these gloves as the best value in ski gear period. They are warm, fit well, the leather and stitching hold up to heavy use. They actually get more comfortable as they break in. Initially they are a bit stiff, you need to use a season for complete break-in. If you have any interest in the gloves you will not be disappointed, they are a great value. I have applied a few applications of snow seal and mink oil over the last year to keep the leather soft and waterproof. I attached leather shoe laces fashioned into loops to secure them on my wrists, so I can take them off during chairlift rides to unzip a pocket and avoid dropping them.5Great Tough Gloves, Get the Job DoneGreat gloves. These gloves are very well made and cost a fraction of what other gloves of comparable quality cost. Wore them in temps well below 0 and my hands were always warm, very well insulated. Do not get scared by how stiff they are coming out of the box once you wear them they break in very nicely. Great for skiing or any sort of outdoor work, the leather is very tough and can take a beating. I have put these gloves through the paces over the past month and they have really impressed me, a great product.5... gloves and I have to say that they seem excellent. They are a little stiff but I assume ...I just got these gloves and I have to say that they seem excellent. They are a little stiff but I assume they will break in without too much effort.There are a lot of reviews that say they run a little big so I thought I'd throw in my 2 cents. I have big hands and I always get gloves in Extra Large. Sometimes Extra Large is just right, and sometimes they are a little small; these are a little small. So, if you have large hands and read the reviews that say go down a size, that may not apply to you. If you normally wear an Extra Large, I wouldn't go down to a Large.I assume that once gloves break in they will fit fine, but out of the box they are tight. A warning for you other big guys out there.5once you wax them and work in them for awhile they form nicely to your handstop notch and tough as nails for the price. I was impressed they included the waterproofing wax. $20 for solid work gloves that I can wear for any type of outdoor woods work is a plus to me. be prepared for a break in period. once you wax them and work in them for awhile they form nicely to your hands. they are pretty thick so they aren't ideal for small mechanical work. I use them for chainsawing and chopping wood and outdoor work. I used them in 3 degree weather and my hands stayed fairly warm5I'll definitely buy another couple pair if these hold up!Living in Alaska I go through winter gloves like crazy, because I'm never happy with a winter glove. You have your ski gloves that don't hold up to work duty & then the other so called work gloves that either fail to keep your hands warm or fall apart within a week or so, or the liner/insulation pulls out with sweaty fingers. Then you have mittens and you can't get any work done. Enough said about that.I ordered my Kinco's in XL since that is my usual size. I was surprised to find the gloves were too large for me & I should have ordered the large. I didn't want to send them back so I ended up shrinking them to fit my hands perfectly, which I generally do with all of my leather gloves.Before shrinking the gloves to fit my paws, I did notice that the gloves we're pretty stiff and they would require breaking in like most better quality leather gloves require. I was apprehensive about the lining, would it stay in place or pull out of the finger holes or pull out during the multiple test fittings? For me, once a glove liner pulls out, in the garbage it goes. I don't have the patience to work the liner/ insulation back into each finger hole. I was happy to find the lining stayed in place throughout my fitting process. The gloves came off soaking wet with a bunch of trial and error. If the liner was going to pull out, it sure would have during the fitting process/curing process.The Kinco gloves come with two small packages of wax that is more then enough for each glove, and might help soften the leather. I've used a local made Mink oil for 35+ yrs. It has always water proofed/protected my leather products as well as helped soften/break in my leather goods. After two days of working my gloves to fit & protect, we had a bit of weather roll in, with 9" of snow over a couple days.I'm pretty happy so far with my gloves. My hands didn t get cold nor did they over heat. I'm curious to see what happens down the road. It doesn't take much for me to work up a sweat and then end up getting a chill.The gloves are well made & have held up real well since I had to abuse the seams & what not getting them to "custom fit" me & I haven't found any work style gloves in this price range that take the abuse & be able to work more then a day without the seams falling apart.The day the gloves arrived we were at the tail end of a cold streak & it was - 8 below 0, my hands were toasty warm for the 20 mins or so I was outside. All though they were oversized which was my fault & quite stiff, you can get past all of these minor inconveniences once you order the correct size and use/rub/work in whatever your choice of moisture protection is & break in your gloves.If you choose to use Mink oil, be prepared for the leather to change color. I didn't use the enclosed wax so I don't know if it will discolor your gloves. But they are gloves right? As long as they keep my hands warm they can be pink. {then again maybe not }I will update my review as winter progresses and how long it takes to break the gloves in. As well as how these gloves hold up. To be completely honest my gloves will take longer to break in then most other folks since I went through the trouble of custom fitting mine.If these do hold up I will buy a couple more pairs for each vehicle/emergency use & perhaps a pair for my daughter to keep in her car.4The dirtbag classic Do you love skiing? Do you crush sick lines? Do you dream of chasing the fabled Endless Winter? Then these are the gloves for you. These are a classic addition to any dirtbag/skibum/gnar-crushers quiver. Warm. Durable. Endlessly steezy. At a tenth of the price of other ski gloves, these gloves kept my notoriously cold hands warm all winter. I take lots of photos on the snow and take these on and off quite often. I was always stoked to put them back on which isn't how I always feel when putting on other pairs' of gloves. The Nikwax treatment kept the gloves dry and tacky all season. Don't breathe at all and they have no quick attachment/idiot saver leashes but that's not why I bought these gloves.I now carry these as my alpine belay gloves but I wouldn't recommend these for any kind of climbing or very tactile activity. They can function for basic activities but they're not the best in that category. Overall, one of the best pairs of gloves I've put on these paws. 5
See All Reviews
Delivery
  • Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched.
  • The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing.
  • In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.
Returns
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@homeloft.nz, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • HomeLoft reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.

Recently Viewed Products

Back to top
Just added to your wishlist:
My Wishlist
You've just added this product to the cart:
Go to cart page

Be the first to know Home Loft

Log in to discover our collection