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Guide-worthy performance for long, cold days in the mountains.
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Keeps the digits toasty
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
They do run small, so size up one and you'll get the perfect fit. What made this deal even sweeter...got them on sale.
Sizing runs small - order up!
Great gloves, but be forewarned - sizing runs small!
Warm solid glove
Good gloves, super warm, runs small. Don't expect great dexterity.
Best gloves ever
Kept warm and water out all day.
No better gloves.
Just moved to NY from Florida and has never...
Just moved to NY from Florida and has never seen snow in my life to date. Although we've been luck this winter with virtually no snow fall, it seems like this guy's 'no snow" days in NY are about to come to an end. Question: I am in the market for a pair of "boots" that I can wear to work without sacrificing total protection from the white stuff. I work in the corporate world so they also have to be office friendly (not bulky-stylish enough to go with a pin stripe suit). Also, i would also welcome recommendations for a warm and insulated pair of gloves. My problem with gloves is that i have real small hands for a 5'9" dude. Help! the snow is coming!
Hi Reluctant NYker,
If your exposure to the snow/cold will be minimal (short walk from car to office, and back), then you could get away with boots/gloves that offer minimal protection. If you are doing a long walking commute, and also want to use them for snow shoveling and walking the dog, then I would recommend something different (warmer, more weather resistant). Can you provide more info, please?
a lot of money for gloves that work just a poor as the cheap other gloves I used. Still looking for gloves
Great glove; Sizing runs small
I bought these gloves for myself, my husband, and my brother-in-law. The guys LOVED the gloves! Warm, dry, and good-looking. The women's Large was too small for me, so I ordered the next size up (Men's M) which fit my size 8 hand well. For me, they weren't warm enough for cold weather skiing (10-20F) but were perfect on warmer days (30s)... I guess I'll just have to always use mittens & hand warmers in the more frigid temps. Also, wrist straps and/or hooks would be nice as I was worried about losing one when they weren't on my hands (they are much too big for pockets).