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REI Tech-Compatible Recycled Fleece Grip Gloves - Men's

Our REI Tech-Compatible Recycled Fleece Grip men's gloves keep your hands warm when you're walking the dog or taking a hike. And you can leave them on while you operate a touch-screen smartphone.
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  • Conductive material at the tips of the thumbs and index fingers allows you to send text messages and operate your touch-screen phone without having to take your gloves off
  • Midweight recycled Polartec® polyester fleece is soft and warm
  • Include synthetic grippy palms


REI Tech-Compatible Recycled Fleece Grip Gloves - Men's

Specification Description
Best use Multisport
Shell fabric Recycled polyester fleece
Palm material Synthetic grip
Lining fabric None
Waterproof No
Insulated No
Fingerless No
Touch screen compatible Yes
Gender Men's
Glove type Full finger
Trademarked terms Polartec

REI Tech-Compatible Recycled Fleece Grip Gloves - Men's

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Rated 4out of5
by fromKeeping Hands Warm and Mobile I use this pair of gloves whenever I'm out and about in freezing weather. They allow me to answer phone calls without having to take them off. Great buy!
Date published: 2014-01-04
Rated 4out of5
by fromA Commuter's Go-To Glove This is a soft and comfy glove suitable for walking to your bus stop, train, etc., or other light-duty outdoor pursuits in temps down to the freezing point at best. Anything below that or with rains or winds, and my hands get cold. The touch screen conductivity works excellent. The grippy material on the palms is mildly handy but not thick and therefore not suitable for anything with rough or repeated usage. Machine washable.
Date published: 2014-03-01
Rated 4out of5
by fromThey simply work They're warm for what they are. These are not going to be heavy duty gloves. If you're planning on spending significant time out in the polar vortex, go for something more substantial. But for normal everyday wear, on the commute to school or work, or to go run errands, these are perfect. My fingers run short, so I normally buy gloves a size smaller than fit my palm so that I have better control in the fingers. With these, the fabric has some give, so they're a lot more comfortable than most gloves I use. The tech compatible finger-tips are ok, but nothing replaces your fingers. I find that if I have to do much more than answer my iPhone, I take them off. Don't bother trying to play Angry Birds or Minecraft with them on (but then, why would you do that in the cold anyway). The only thing I would change on them is that I would make them about an inch longer up the wrist, with maybe a wider band of elastic. I've found them at times leaving a gap with my coat on my wrist.
Date published: 2014-01-22
Rated 4out of5
by fromComfy, Warm, And Tech-Compatible works I bought these in-store after ordering a different pair of gloves from REI Outlet that I did not like. I've tried many different gloves and wasn't happy with most of them. These have been my favorites so far. WARMTH They provide great warmth, but not hand sweating warmth. SIZE I got a Medium which is not what I would expect to get. I think this is just me particularly because I wanted a very tight fitting glove that I could feel my fingertips at the end of the fingerettes. Yes, I made that word up. Also to note on the bulkiness of the item, I do feel the gloves are thick (because of the fleece) and therefor a little stiff. Not so stiff that you have trouble moving your hands, but it is a little noticeable at first. I think this will ease up over time. TECH COMPATIBILITY I can't tell you how many gloves try the tech compatible and really blow it. These seem to work great. I type with my thumb on the side, not the fingerprint side so most gloves didn't cover that area for touch sensitivity. This one works just fine. I assume it isn't flawless, but this is the best working one I've seen yet. TIPS These are not snow gloves. I wouldn't use them in the snow, just like I wouldn't recommend using any fleece in the snow. If you are unsure about sizing, try them on in store. That's what I did because I am so picky about the sizing.
Date published: 2013-11-07

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