For starters, Hestra gloves are solid. They’re well made out of quality materials. The Kaj & Sverre Pro Model (yes, they have a joint pro model) are no exception. They’re warm, they fit well, and they dry quickly. These gloves are best suited for wetter climates and/or for users that demand a quick drying time. That is, riders that might not get home until late at night, but need their equipment dry first thing in the morning. This is because of the glove-within-a-glove design. This glove is comprised of a wool liner that fits in a leather external glove. This design allows for quicker drying times as opposed to a traditional design. Plus, since the interior liners are wool, they’re still warm when wet. It’s a great combination for all conditions, but particularly wetter climates and heavy users. The gloves aren’t cheap (MSRP around $140) but, particularly when it comes to gloves, you get what you pay for.
Pick up the Hestra Kaj glove at evo.com