As I write these words, I’m listening to a song about “nuclear seasons” and summer loving in the back seat (back door?). It’s a cheery – though mostly incomprehensible – song, but its also reminded me of just how shitty it is outside. If you happen to live in Eastern Canada like I do, then perhaps you can sympathize. It’s cold, it’s snowy, and the wind blows mercilessly. It’s the type of weather for warm coats, boots, and most definitely gloves. I need to protect the money makers, right?
There’s a problem with this though… the cold, the snow… the winter gear. You see, I usually loathe winter gear (especially gloves), and when I found myself in need of something a little more protective than surplus wool gloves from the German military, well… I died a little inside. Gloves are always thick, inflexible, and hideous, right? Not so my friends. It seems that horseback riders of all people have been keeping the secret to warm, flexible, handsome hands all along, and that secret is the Heritage Extreme Winter Gloves.
The Coolest Winter Gloves Around
What you’re about to see are completely uncensored photos of a Canadian winter. They’re dark, they’re dreary, and sensitive viewers may want to turn off their screens. I apologize for the graphic nature of these photos.