Keep a close eye on this glove otherwise they might 'disappear' into a buddy's backpack.
- Waterproof-and-breathable BDry insert keeps your hand dry and allows sweaty moisture to escape within for comfort
- Fixed microfleece lining adds warmth when your touring mission turns cold
- Tough, lightweight shell has stretch-woven construction for flexibility
- Goat leather palm protect your hand from damage and improve overall durability
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Awesome spring gloves
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I got a pair of these and decided to put the 'waterproof' claim to the test. I filled one of the gloves 3/4 full of water and hung it up for an hour. Not a hint of moisture appeared on the shell. I have worn these for a good 20 days of soupy spring corn BC snowboarding and always had dry hands no matter how much knuckle dragging I did. The cuff is short so you need to tuck them under the sleeve of your jacket to keep snow from getting in. The wrist does not have any adjustment. The insulation is very minimal, so this is a spring glove, and as the previous reviewer pointed out, the leather does not dry fast (but what leather does??). Anyway, my fave spring glove that really is waterproof. Awesome.
Awesome gloves but...
Bought these over the comptition as they are SO comfortable and fit, well, like a glove. Great dexterity and I can actually do things in them that I'd have to take off most other gloves to do. Can even operate my Nikon camera pretty well in them. Here's the but...Just don't get them wet. I was just out in an overnight snowshoe trip in the mountains near Vancouver, BC. It was raining and snowing our super wet concrete-like snow. After digging our tent platforms the gloves were wet. Pull them off and with wet hands they were super hard to put back on. They are failry warm even when soaking wet but then again it was right about freezing. Any lower and it could have gotten ugly. Even at home in the warm house 8 hours later they are still wet whereas all my other stuff, tent included, are almost dry. Basically if you get them wet in the mountains good luck getting them dry. Next time when winter camping I'm going to bring a pair of mitts as well as with cold wet hands you are going to suffer bad.