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I love mine!
I lost one of my Denali gloves last week and have to buy another pair. I use these all the time when temps are above zero and I am active. I use them for dog walks, shoveling snow, X-C skiing and scraping ice on the kids' school ice rink as well as driving in my not-yet-warmed car.
I don't use them for downhill skiing unless it's sunny and warm spring conditions. I don't use them if I'm going to be outdoors and not moving around much. But for most everything else - these are my gloves of choice.
I bought these gloves for my girlfriend... and it turned out to be an awesome gift. She uses it when she bikes around when the weather gets cold and switches between these and the powerstretch gloves. Both gloves are good!
The timing was great, in time for my lil girl's 18th b-day.The service was outstanding, the fit perfect. Will be ordering again
For Cool Days
Very stylish glove made from 300 weight fleece with nylon reinforced in the high wear areas. Comfortable glove that is listed as wind resistant but I have my doubts about that claim.
IMO they are for cool days and not winter conditions. They work great for what they are intended for which is matching the Denali fleece. If it is too cold to wear the fleece it is probably too cold for these gloves.
I love these gloves. they match all of my denalis and other TNF jackets perfectly and they're warm. I can even wear them while driving because they have a grip, unlike regular fleece gloves. They don't block that much wind, so I wouldn't really suggest them for climbing mountains, snowboarding, playing in the snow or just shoveling, but I do wear them in my walk across campus every day and they do their job wonderfully.
BackCountry's size chart is COMPLETELY off though, so if you decide to order them, be careful. My hand measured 7 inches from middle finger to wrist, which according to the size chart is an XL. I had a gut feeling this was wrong since my hands are small compared to others' and i ordered a Small. They fit well, but are a little long in the pinky and ring fingers, so I probably could have even gotten an XS, so i would take that into consideration when measuring your hands.
I initially got the NF Denali Thermal Gloves but when they came they made my hands look beary and not feminine at all! Even though I loved the color, I sent those back and got these. These might not be as warm or fuzzy but they look a lot nicer and sleeker. I live in California so they are perfect for when the weather is a bit colder in the winter. Don't know how they would hold up in the snowy parts though.
Do these REALLY keep your fingers warm?...
Do these REALLY keep your fingers warm? I've had even thinsulate-lined gloves fail miserably.
The gloves have kept my hand warm this winter. My boyfriend bought them for me for Valentine's day, right before the big snow storms hit the northeast and they have been a life saver!
i'd have to agree w/ rosy below. i don't think these gloves are warm at all.
These are great gloves, not lined/insulated but good for going out and about. Not so much playing in the snow though. I use them for driving and when I go running, my hands stay warm enough. I thought my hand size was medium, but that size was out of stock so I bought Large and it fits perfectly. Have washed them once and they do not shrink.
Little big in size, but overall good mits.
Bought these for my girl who has really small hands. Got her size small and they still were a little big. Cool style, & very comfortable.
Fabulous glove to wear when driving the car and out for very short periods of time in above freezing temps. Wore them to shovel snow WITH another pair of gloves and my fingers went numb within 10 minutes. Put on a pair of thinsulate lined gloves and not only did my fingers start to move again, but I was warm for the next 3 hours. Frankly not much more protection than not wearing gloves.
These are my gloves of choice for the cold weather. They're waterproof enough to last through a good snowball fight, and they work well for almost anything outdoors. The grippers on the palm and fingertips ensure a good grip on a snowshovel or ski poles, and they keep my hands comfy. I wear them everywhere in cold weather!
Not that good
I was kind of disapointed when I got it during christmas, cause it's not cozy and warm as I expected. Besides, I used their sizing chart, it turned out large. After that, I chatted online for my glove size: I told them I'm petite, and asked them for suggested size (They said medium). Actually, it turned out too big for me. So I returned it...
Got them for a gift for my wife and she really liked them because they are not so thick that she has to take them off to drive and to use her hands. They also do a good job of keeping her warm, granted we are in Chicago and not using them for more active tasks, but they do work great for us!
I did not find these to be the warmest - especially in the wind. In fact, they were not adequate in the wind. They are great for sunny, calm hiking days when you want to wear gloves but not when you NEED a glove. Today was 26 degrees with a wind chill of zero. These didn't even work for running errands.
Love my new gloves. I got them for the purpose of being able to walk my dog in the cold while also being able to hold onto her leash. Gloves allow for great moveability!
Love them! I got a extra small and they fit great!
I am wondering the length of small, medium,...
I am wondering the length of small, medium, and large size on this Denali Glove. Thanks a lot!
This information is in the sizing chart, It may be general but the glove chart is straight from TNF, go with the larger size in the range, they wouldn't tell you otherwise.
I think the sizing chart for the womens gloves doesn't work for this item. I measured my hand it was almost an XL on the scale but I ordered the small and they fit perfect. I would suggest using the size chart and then ordering two sizes down.
great glove, maybe fits a *bit* small
This seems like a great glove so far, though the real winter test hasn't happened yet...but I love the construction, with the little finger pads for traction and increased wear. I have large hands and find the gloves a little snug, but I was able to fit a glove liner under them, so they're not too bad. Recommended for sure.
Warm and Comfy
Only bought the gloves because I needed something to match a blue jacket, but I love them! The small adult size fit my tiny hands, and they keep me warm and dry in Seattle weather. I especially appreciate the longer wrist length tucked inside my jacket arm when I'm jogging to the train station.
Warm and cozy
I love my new white fuzzy, warm and cozy, Denali gloves. They keep my hands warm and it is easy to drive in them. They wash beautifully ( in warm water and Woolite---I know Woolite is for cold water wash but . . . . ). I love the way they feel and look. Great buy!