Rated2out of5bydheistfromturns inside outUsed for down hill skking.
Lining turns inside out when removed and difficult to fix and get the glove back on.
Date published: 2013-02-07
Rated3out of5byTruthtreasurerfromWarm but tightThese were recommended to me by staff at REI when I was trying to find a glove that would keep my hands warm while cycling. And they are warm, but even though I purchased a medium my fingers felt cramped in them. And it was frustrating ~ when I took them off (because I was on an 8 mile ride up and down some serious hills so I needed to adjust what I wearing so I wouldn't sweat too much) it was difficult at times to get my fingers back in and I found I'd have to unzip just to figure out how the inner glove was tangled. I ended up taking them back discovering I much prefer to use two sets of glove liners that are removable with a larger outer glove! But if you were going to just use them for walking and didn't need to do a lot of adjusting of clothing or gear I expect they'd be fine.
Date published: 2013-02-06
Rated1out of5byCold in MNfromNot that toastyI bought these because they seemed as though they would keep my hands very warm based on what the sales lady said. I have Reynauds Syndrome which is a circulatory system condition. My hands get cold easily and these "mittens" did not keep my hands warm at all. Part of it, I think, has to do with the fact it's a glove inside a mitten, thus defeating the purpose of a mitten. Not a good idea to buy these and I regret it, especially since they are so expensive. Guess they'll be a back up pair I keep in my car.
Date published: 2012-12-06
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