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  • Stretch exterior and multilayer construction offer warmth, weather protection and ease of movement
  • Lightweight fleece liner and synthetic insulation give excellent warmth
  • Touch screen-compatible palm and fingers
  • Integrated pull tab makes getting the gloves on and off a snap
  • Pair with liner gloves or wool liner gloves for added warmth
  • Synthetic leather palm is soft, durable and waterproof
  • Detachable leash; adjustable wrist straps; integrated finger hang loop


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Best Use Backpacking
Palm Material Synthetic Leather
Lining Fabric Lightweight fleece
Insulated Yes
Insulation Type Synthetic
Glove Leash Yes
Touch Screen Compatible Yes
Gender Unisex
Glove Type Full Finger

Size chart

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Big fat NOPE. I picked these up because I left my mitts at home & figured I'd keep these as backups. I won't I'll take them back ASAP. I usually use mittens because they're warmer. In my opinion, the only reason to use gloves instead of mitts is for dexterity. You won't get any of that here. I have a fairly normal sized hand for a woman. I usually wear a small or medium glove or mitten. I got small (I didn't see any XS - I'm not sure if that size was an option. My hand is 7" from the tip of my longest finger to the base of my palm, and 8" circumference around my knuckles. The small size gave me such sausage fingers I couldn't even zip my coat, and there was at least a half inch from the tip of any of my fingers to the tip of the interior of the glove. They were so bulky I had a hard time even gripping my ski poles. And they weren't that warm. It was a super sunny blue bird day, and I saw one thermometer at mid-mountain over 40 degrees. My fingers still got cold. If you want a good skiing glove, look for something else.
Date published: 2017-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for Serious Cold! I bought these before a cold weather trip to Portland and for protesting at the Inauguration in DC. Needed the warmth for Portland, not going to be that bad in DC. Glad I have them for serious cold!
Date published: 2017-01-17
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Sizing chart not explained well.  Length is measured from where to where?  Same question on circumference. 

Asked by: ScottKe
Hand length is measured from the base of your palm to the tip of your longest finger. Knuckle circumference is the circumference of your knuckles and palm not including the thumb.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-17
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