1. Outdoor glovesshould be waterproof and breathable outer material to keep the inside of the glove dry and comfortable, and should be also tear resistance. liner material should soft, breathable and warm, and be treated for pilling resistance.
2. The palm of the glove should be made of non-slip, wear-resistant rubber or leather to increase friction and adhesion.
3. The gloves should be elasticity and fit the hand. There should be friction inside the glove. The finger curves should be ergonomically designed. This enhances finger dexterity and comfort.
4. The wrist of the glove should have an elasticated tightening design and use a professional waterproof zip (gloves with zip design), the wrist opening of the glove should also have an extended design. This prevents foreign objects and snow particles from entering the gloves, and also enhances the windproof and warm performance of the gloves.
5. Outdoor gloves should be designed with fasteners and lanyards at the wrist to make it easier to take off and put on the gloves, and to reduce the chance of losing them.
6. Choose the right thickness of gloves. In the actual outdoor activities as too thick gloves are not conducive to movement during the journey, but also to our handling of the camera, if too thin can not keep warm. Cotton fibres have a very low dryness ratio, so using cotton gloves in outdoor activities is not advisable.
7. Outdoor leather gloves should have heat resistant properties to protect the hands and avoid burns when building fires, carrying cutlery and stoves in the trip.