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SmartWool Ridgeway Glove - Men's

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    Reliable protection.

    Whether you're shoveling the driveway after the latest storm or taking your fat bike out for a spin, the SmartWool Ridgeway Glove protects your hands from winter chill. A soft, wool and nylon knit lining provides warmth and superior wicking power to keep your hands at just the right temperature. The durable leather construction gives this glove multi-purpose functionality, allowing you to transition from work to play.

    • A cold weather glove for your day-to-day activities
    • Leather construction provides long-lasting protection
    • Knit interior lining for comfort and warmth
    • Reinforced thumb and index finger add durability
    • Item #SWL0812

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] leather, [lining] 70% merino wool, 30% nylon
    Style
    glove
    Closure
    slip-on
    Claimed Weight
    4.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Worn out way too soon.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    First , I would like to say " Comfortable, warm, great grip, and just feel nice on the hand " I work with horses and do a lot of mucking , moving hay etc. , That said , they wore out after 3 weeks of every day barn chores , with holes in the finger tips . Honestly if you want to sue the as I do , Way to Priced for the product . I have a $20 pair of compatible gloves that have lasted longer . Please lower the price and I would consider buying them again .

    Love um!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Comfortable, warm, great grip, and just feel nice on the hand. I love wearing them, and I wouldn't say I am a glove snob. I mostly use them as an everyday glove here in the Midwest winter, but have also shoveled a couple times in them. After about 30 minutes outside in below 15 (F), I was wishing I had a much larger glove. I tried the backcountry.com Wasatch and these are not as bulky, exactly what I was looking for.

    My Brother loved em!

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    So I bought these for my brother for Christmas, and I'm pretty sure it was a hit! This is what he had to say about them:



    "Aiight, on the real, these gloves are the bomb. I'm from California (which is to say I'm a wimp) and I needed some weather-resistant joints for my trip to NYC. Trying to keep these digits nice and toasty so I can shake hands with any fly females I meet along the way, nahmsayin? Alright, anyway, not only did these fit like a glove (get it?), but they were mighty effective. They looked at that nasty northeastern blizzard nonsense and it wasn't even a big deal. They're not bulky, so my fingers were able to stay mad nimble when counting out that cash money for the street vendors and whatnot. If you're looking for dope, cold weather gloves for under 100 bones, peep these joints right here!"

    how do these compare for warmth with...

    how do these compare for warmth with ordinary wool gloves?

    Best Answer

    The SmartWool Ridgeway Glove will be better than straight wool gloves in most circumstances for a couple reasons: 1) they have a merino wool inner that will be more comfortable on the hand than scratchy straight wool, 2) their leather shell will be more water resistant and wind resistant which will translate to increased warmth, and 3) they will be a more durable glove in the long run. Wool gloves are good, bu they don't protect your hands very well from the elements (wind and rain) which is a big part of what makes us cold.