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Guide Glove

Guide Glove

Regular price $135.00 USD
Regular price $135.00 USD Sale price $135.00 USD
Color: Timber Timber Black
Availability: Only 89 Left!


As rugged as your adventures and then some, the Guide Glove is built for durability, warmth, and capability. Lightweight PrimaLoft® insulation and wool-blend lining protect against cold, while pre-curved fingers with e-tips at the index and thumb retain dexterity and ease of access. Genuine French leather, knuckle guards, and suede nose wipes round out the repertoire of these adventure-ready gloves.


Technical Features

  • Touchscreen compatibility for the index fingertip
  • Moisture wicking
  • Fast drying
  • Carabiner loops across each index finger for easy hanging and access

Fit & Design Details

  • Pre-curved fingers optimize grip
  • while knuckle guards add protection


  • Genuine French Tanneries Nouvelle Pechdo cowbelly leather palm shell
  • Neoprene adjustable wrist cuff
  • Insulation is crafted from 90% post-consumer recycled content


  • 1.8 oz. PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation with Cross Core™ Technology infused with Aerogel provides excellent warmth-to-weight ratio.
  • 45% acrylic/22% polyester/19% wool/14% polyurethane liner
  • Weight (Size L): 8.8 oz.
  • Imported | Sri Lanka | TAA Compliant
  • SKU: KA-0002-F20


  • Certified STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® | confirmed free from harmful levels of more than 100 substances
  • bluesign®-certified textiles have been verified for ecological safety at every step of manufacturing
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Guide Glove
Regular price $135.00 USD
Regular price $135.00 USD Sale price $135.00 USD


Drum-dyed cowbelly leather palms provide lasting durability, tough protection, evenly absorb oils, and easily mold into the optimal shape. Conductive goat leather reinforces the thumb and index finger and enables touchscreen compatibility for both. Suede nose wipes make runny nose management hassle-free.


PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation with Cross Core™ Technology fuses time-tested PrimaLoft Gold with Aerogel, a longtime aeronautical technology of NASA scientists, to deliver exceptional thermal protection at a light weight. Wool-blend lining rounds out the warmth retention and adds next-to-skin comfort.


Breathable, adjustable cuffs ensure a just-right fit with action in mind. Carabiner loops add convenience to gear management. Knuckle guards enhance durability, and pre-curved fingers optimize grip, functionality, and comfort.

Customer Reviews

Based on 56 reviews

Looks and feels great. The leather is supple and feels quite cozy.

Well made, fair price

Appear well made. Fair price compared to other insulated leather gloves. Only complaint is the gloves I got didn't match the product photo. I got ones with black tips on the index and thumb for use with screens and the Primaloft insulation tag lists just plain old recycled insulation and not the fancy Aerogel. Not the end of the world but strange that they wouldn't update the product photos if I got a new model. Or I got an older model. I don't know. The answer I got from customer support didn't really explain things.

Ken Grupe
Beyond Guide Gloves

Gloves are comfortable, warm and durable. Note: I have long fingers, and when I measured as directed, I ordered large. Return process was easy, and my extra large gloves fit better.

Chuck Wright
Warmest glove out there

I have Reynauds secondary to frostbite during artic maneuvers in the Army. I have tried all the major brands of mountain gloves, none of which keep my hands warm for more than a few minutes in temperatures below freezing, until now. Thank You Beyond! I was able to operate our tractor while clearing snow for over an hour in temperatures in the mid-upper 20'sF with your gloves which was cause for celebration! I will still need to use mittens or battery powered gloves in colder temperatures, but what a delight to be able to operate tractor controls with reasonably nimble gloves. 5 stars + in my book!

Nick Grady

These gloves are excellent, I got them for general outdoor use and for snowblowing. My first use was in temps close to zero for around an hour and my hands didn't get cold or sweaty. I usually wear a small in gloves but I measured my hand per the size guide and it said I was a medium, and the mediim a glove.