Despite the snow and freezing cold temperatures, hitting the slopes is in fact a cardio workout, and it's easy to break a sweat. Aside from making you feel sticky and uncomfortable, this can make you colder due to the wet fabric. To stay warm and dry, it's critical to find the best ski gloves for sweaty hands.
The first decision to make when shopping is whether to opt for traditional gloves or mittens. Some folks prefer gloves because your fingers don't touch (which can make your hands feel clammy). Plus, you're less prone to overheating in regular gloves. The flip-side is that mittens are typically warmer so you may prefer them for extra cold climates. This factor really depends on what makes you feel the most comfortable.
Once you've made this decision, look at the liners — the fabric should be extra breathable so it doesn't trap sweat. Since the fabric type isn't always disclosed, it helps to read the reviews to determine this factor (I did this part for you). It's also a good idea to opt for gloves with removable liners so you can dry them out or wash them more easily, though this feature is less common with more budget-friendly gloves. It's also helpful if the exterior of the gloves has some degree of breathability. This can be tricky because breathable material usually isn't fully waterproof (which is obviously important in ski gloves). Try to find something with a good balance.
Below, I've made a list of the best ski gloves for sweaty hands with these factors in mind. I've arranged them by style and price to help you find something for your style and budget.