The Marmot WindStopper Gloves put an end to chilly digits.
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If I have a size 6 ring finger what size...
If I have a size 6 ring finger what size glove would be right fit for me?
It's hard to tell with just ring size. I suggest measuring the girth of your hand(around your hand at the widest point, not including your thumb) and comparing it to the sizing chart next to "Select options". Best of luck!
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Not easy to do. Especially living in the "Windy City" getting gear that really performs is not easy. These gloves fit the bill for me! I'm out in the wind, rain and snow walking dogs and these gloves keep my hands warm down to the chilly temp of 16 with windchill at 9! I thank the experts of Back Country for the awesome recommendation!
I purchased the Women's Mormot Windstopper Gloves to replace a well-worn and much-beloved pair of Mountain Hardware windstopper fleece gloves that I've been using for winter biking and cross-country skiing for the past 11 years. These gloves are everything I've been looking for in a replacement - and I've tried multiple products. These gloves are great for cross-country skiing. The seams are flat and don't irritate my hand where the pole makes contact. They are great in relatively cold weather as well. I tend to struggle with keeping my hands warm while skiing and these gloves make the cut. I haven't tried them on the bike yet, but anticipate great results. These are the closest thing I could find to my old Mountain Hardware gloves. The size chart is accurate.
I use these for bike rides when you can really tell if gloves are windproof or not. These are not the warmest gloves though, probably wouldn't rely on these in the winter. Also I wouldn't use these as liners. The fleece makes it a little took thick for wearing under another glove. I would also size up.. i got xs and they are definitely tight.
Great gloves. We were surprised by a snow strom - and these gloves were great.