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  • A breathable, 4-way stretch All Weather tri-laminate is sandwiched between the outer shell and fleece lining for warmth; seams are not sealed
  • Outer nylon layer is tough yet flexible to allow complete dexterity; fleece inner face is soft and warm against your skin
  • Durable abrasion resistant palm gives you excellent grip
  • Knit cuffs help keep heat in and cold out


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Best Use Cross-country Skiing
Palm Material Unavailable
Fabric Nylon/breathable laminate
Lining Fabric Polyester fleece
Gender Men's
Glove Type Full Finger
Lining Polyester fleece

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Measurements are stated in inches unless otherwise indicated.

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Comfy, not bulky, warm, avoid water Use: wear when scraping ice or removing dew from car windshield. Driving. Running or walking in cool weather (30s to 50s). Officiating soccer matches in cool weather. Like: comfort, relatively thin, yet warm. Material has some "grip." Poor: I was attracted to these gloves because the label said "waterproof" (but in tiny print, "seams not sealed"). I don't know if the problem was the material or the seams, but I wore them this week for two soccer matches (about 3 hours in a row) during which it was rainy. The gloves were SOAKED all the way through and my hands got very cold. I will still wear the gloves in relatively non-wet situations.
Date published: 2011-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm and not bulky Nice all around glove. Good for temps down to the mid teens, somewhere around -10 if you prefer the Celsius scale. Lower than that you'll want something a bit thicker. Bought them mainly for travel as they are not bulky, and fit in a jacket pocket. They do a good job of keeping out moisture and wind although I wasn't making snowballs with them. Haven't had them long enough to find any cons or how they wear, when the temp starts hovering around 0F about all they'll do is keep your hands from freezing off at a bus stop, and you'd be wise to ask yourself why you're standing outside to begin with. For the my intended use best glove I found.
Date published: 2014-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Glove, Know What You're Buying! Seriously, I can't even begin to believe why the cumulative reviews have these gloves rated at a 2. These gloves are great, if you're using them for what they are intended to be used for. They clearly state that they are NOT seam sealed. They repel water just fine, and a pretty good deal of it at that. Wind proofedness is great. The warmth? Fantastic. Durability is a plus, and they allow you to handle anything from the buckles on your gaiters and crampons to your ice axe and trekking poles. Overall it's a great glove, but it's not bomb proof. I tend to use mine a lot when the weather is cold and dry, or when I'm in the snow. I never have to remove them when working with my gear, I can do everything with them on that I can with them off. Plus, they aren't a bad looking glove, either!
Date published: 2011-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from They work fine for me! The tag on my pair say "Windproof" and "Weatherproof". No where does it say "Waterproof" so I don't know what the big grumble on here is about them not being waterproof, they don't make that claim. I mainly bought mine for riding by bike in the wintertime. They keep my hands warm out in the wide open windy areas riding 12-20mph. Like others have said, you have to be doing something while wearing these gloves to keep your hands warm. Just standing outside while not active won't cut it, your hands will be cold. That goes to say for most gloves out there (unless you have a heat pack or a battery operated option that keeps warm).
Date published: 2012-05-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible I bought a pair of these in tech school back in Texas during the winter there. Thought it would be warm and dry seeing as how much they were there. Was pretty much wrong with that assumption. These gloves were warm for about a couple minutes once I got outside into the cold. Always lost feeling in my fingers wearing them. Thought they would at least be windproof though but when I got back to Chicago and rode a bike with them I could feel the wind go right through them. All in all they were just a waste of money. I ended up just using them while playing paintball and later on the stitching tore so I ended up just tossing them.
Date published: 2008-10-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Tried to make these work These are no better than a thick cotton glove which is a lot cheaper!! They are fine if it is above 40F, dry and the wind isn't blowing. Even grabbing on to a cold metal bar was felt almost immediately. There is no "All Weather" about these. I tried cross country skiing and they started out fine until I had to rub some snow off the bottom of the ski and instantly they were soaked. They are like a sponge! and once wet they are done on a trip because they don't dry out very fast. Mountain biking in below freezing just froze my hands. It was almost laughable how bad these things were. I really tried to like these gloves because they are comfortable.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Recommended I bought these for a trek at Torres del Paine in Chile based on an in-store staff recommendation. Unfortunately, they did not perform well. Wind was able to cut through them without issue, the sewing was shoddy (one thumb fit, the other had a weird bulge), and I kept having to avoid velcro and twigs because the main material catches rather easily. Insulation was also very minimal and dexterity was definitely restricted. They're probably a decent running glove for about 65-75 degrees as long as you don't plan to do anything with your hands.
Date published: 2015-01-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't recommend These gloves are advertised as waterproof and windproof but I found neither to be true. The salesman said that they would keep me dry as long I didn't stick my hand in a bucket of water (definately not true). I first tried these gloves out on a few windy days and although the wind at first didn't pierce through the glove they also did not keep my fingers that warm. I next tried them out snowboarding. After half a day of boarding they were soaked through including my liners. This wasn't just a little bit of moisture through the seams but through the palm and top of the glove too. I'm going to return these soon and hopefully find a better glove that will keep my hands warm.
Date published: 2010-01-22
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