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Coal Headwear Cameron Glove - Women's

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    Avoid losing your mind in the cold and your dexterity to oversized, synthetic mittens.

    The wool-blend Coal Cameron Glove converts from a warm mitten to a toasty fingerless glove so you can shovel the deck, then easily grab your car keys without ever exposing your digits to the cold. What more could you ask from a versatile hand-knit glove that looks as good with your wool peacoat as it does with your waterproof outerwear.
    • Item #COA0431

    Tech Specs

    Material
    wool blend
    Recommended Use
    winter casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Stylin' and warm!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got these to have a cute glove to drive in on cold days and make into a mitten when needed. I really like them so far, obviously they're not going to be the warmest option but they get the job done and are stylin'! I would only recommend for casual wear.

    No good

      My wife wore these for three days and they began to fall apart between the thumb and index finger. I know these aren't supposed to be super tough gloves, but I certainly wasn't aiming for one-time-use disposables either. Besides the workmanship she tells me they are soft and warm, and make good driving gloves. Bottom line: my grandma could knit a higher quality hobo glove.