MCTI ski gloves are a popular brand of ski gloves known for their warmth and durability. Here are some tips on how to stay warm in MCTI ski gloves:
Choose the right size: MCTI ski gloves come in a range of sizes to fit different hand sizes. Make sure to choose the right size to ensure a snug and comfortable fit.

Check for insulation: MCTI ski gloves are known for their Thinsulate insulation, which provides excellent warmth without adding bulk. Make sure the gloves have the right level of insulation for the weather conditions you will be skiing in.
Check for waterproofing: MCTI ski gloves have a waterproof and breathable membrane that keeps your hands dry while allowing moisture to escape. Make sure the gloves are fully waterproof before you go skiing.

Use hand warmers: MCTI ski gloves can be used with disposable hand warmers to provide extra warmth on especially cold days. Place the hand warmers in the gloves before you put them on, and they will last for several hours.

Layer up: MCTI ski gloves can be worn with a thin liner glove for added warmth. Look for a liner glove made of a material like fleece or wool that can wick moisture away from your skin.

Keep your gloves dry: Wet gloves can quickly make your hands feel cold, so it's important to keep them dry. Make sure to dry your gloves thoroughly before wearing them, and avoid touching snow or other wet surfaces with your gloves.

By following these tips, you can stay warm and comfortable in your MCTI ski gloves and enjoy your skiing experience even in the coldest weather. With proper care and attention, your MCTI ski gloves can last for many seasons of skiing.

MCTi gloves system

You can keep your hands dry and warm by combining gloves with different features. The MCTi glove system is based on the layering principle - by using layers of gloves, you can regulate the temperature according to the weather conditions and your activity level.nn

1. Closest to your skin, wear a liner that carries away moisture and creates a thin, warming layer. You should keep it on to avoid contact with cold surfaces when performing tasks that require finger dexterity. A thin liner worn inside a glove increases heat by about 20 percent.

2. The base glove is the one you use most frequently. It keeps your hands warm in normal cold conditions, wicks away the moisture and provides protection against windy and wet weather conditions. The base glove is available with a fixed or removable liner. A removable liner makes it easier to regulate the temperature.

3. Shell gloves are a layer of added protection that you pull on when it's biting cold, wet or if you're standing still for prolonged periods. This creates another layer of air that insulates against the cold. Adding a liner and shell glove increases heat by approximately 50 percent compared to only wearing a base glove. A shell glove doesn't take up much space and can easily be rolled up for easy storage and access.

Combination based on your needs

There are many combinations – select models based on your needs and the activities and weather conditions you expect to encounter. Use thin liners when better dexterity is needed. During activity your body temperature rises, but the wind can still chill your hands. Use a windproof base glove that is highly breathable. Remember, gloves with waterproof inserts like FAN-TEX  may limit the ventilation. When you stop to rest you need more insulation then when you are moving - add a shell glove on top of your base glove.n

Heart before hands

Hands and feet are the first body parts to suffer when you are out in the cold. They are furthest from the vitals in the core of your body - your heart, brain spinal cord and gastrointestinal tract. The fine mesh of capillaries in the fingers and toes is shut off when it gets too cold and the tips of your fingers turn white. You could say that the body "sacrifices" less important parts in an attempt to save the organs that are essential for survival. The point is that your hands and feet need extra protection when it's cold to compensate for the body's natural function. Remember that even if your body is warm in general, your hands can still get frostbite.