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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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Specs

Best Use Running, Cross-country Skiing
Palm Material Unavailable
Fabric Nylon/waterproof breathable laminate
Lining Fabric Polyester fleece
Gender Women'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 Bit of a Weakness I love that these gloves are flexible and allow good dexterity but still with significant warmth. However, there is a weakness at the clips that are sewn into the side seams. When you pull any gloves on, there is some strain on the seams, but I am now on my second pair of these, and they ripped at the seam right under the clip. This happened on the first pair on my third time wearing them and on the second pair the first time. I had exchanged them in hopes it wouldn't happen again because I really like the other features of the gloves. I may keep them and just reinforce the seams myself.
Date published: 2014-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Definitely not for the mountains!!! The gloves fit snug ... almost too snug. I put them on as my fingers began to get cold and the gloves never warmed my fingers. So, I thought of putting them on before my fingers got cold (thinking that the already cold fingers was what was working against me). This didn't work either ... my fingers were still frozen. I used the gloves while climbing Mt. Kenya. The temps weren't below freezing during the climb, but the way my fingers felt ... one might think I was in sub-zero temperatures. Not a good purchase ... I returned the gloves yesterday. Hurray for REI's return policy.
Date published: 2008-10-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from junk - don't waste your money I thought my search for low-bulk, waterproof gloves was over when I found these, but they are absolutely junk. After 20 minutes in light rain, you feel the inevitable wetness in the fingertips, and they do not keep your hands warm at all - just a bit better than wearing nothing at all. My fingers tingle from the cold when I wear these and I live in Vancouver, not Anchorage. And I'm not doing anything earth-shattering, just walking my dog. It's pure fraud to advertise them as waterproof, they are barely water resistant. Save your money, don't bother with these.
Date published: 2015-12-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not waterproof after all I bought these gloves to keep my hands warm and dry during outdoor activities in the rain (hiking and mushroom hunting). I looked at many types of gloves in the REI store. I selected this particular pair because the salesperson recommended them as the best pair for keeping the hands dry. The first time I used the gloves was on a hike in intermittent rain. My hands quickly became very wet; after an hour I asked a friend to hold my poles so that I could take the gloves off and put my hands in a pocket to warm them up. I returned the gloves and was given a full refund.
Date published: 2016-07-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Perform OK dry but not wet These gloves fit snug so your dexterity is still good. They kept my hands warm and comfortable while hiking in the Rocky Mountains until it started to snow. Once rain or snow came into contact with the gloves, they became very wet and very COLD. I ended up taking the gloves off to help put our tent up while it was snowing. My hands were so cold in the gloves that they were useless. Because I have them now, I will wear them in cool but dry conditions. Definitely will not wear them in rain or snow.
Date published: 2012-06-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Returned gloves Bought them for extended bikepacking trip up north. I could have sworn the packaging states waterproof. They soaked up water like a sponge,so I had to take them off and squeeze them out frequently. Most annoying was the fact that on the first day, a seam split and soon other seams followed. Returned the gloves.
Date published: 2014-07-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from more like a strainer than a glove Glove felt very warm in the store, so decided to give it a try. Ran the palm of one glove under the tap before I took it into 30 degree temps. Glad I did. At one second, my skin felt cold from the water hitting the fabric. At two seconds I noticed a leak in the finger seam. At ten, rotating to the back of the glove, it had leaked in five places. By the end of the fifteen second test, my entire hand was wet and freezing underneath the glove. Returned the soaked glove to the store immediately. Looking back at the reviews for this glove in both the mens and women's style, which go back 9 years, I'm a little perplexed as to why REI is still selling this glove. It could be dangerous for someone to trust this label and actually take it out in freezing or rainy temps and expect any degree of waterproofness or insulation. I think the employees who actually work at the store should have more say in what works and what doesn't, and REI should pay attention to these reviews.
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst gloves ever These are the worst gloves i have ever used in my life. They do not keep hands dry,or warm. The seam on the inside of the glove drives into my fingers and is actually painful at the end of the day. I work outside 16-20hrs a day, expecting to be kept dry and warm by my equipment, especially when it said to be weather proof and waterproof and breathable. Im am very unhappy with these gloves and will be returning them as soon as i get back into town.
Date published: 2007-09-27
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Sizing notes

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Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bit of a Weakness I love that these gloves are flexible and allow good dexterity but still with significant warmth. However, there is a weakness at the clips that are sewn into the side seams. When you pull any gloves on, there is some strain on the seams, but I am now on my second pair of these, and they ripped at the seam right under the clip. This happened on the first pair on my third time wearing them and on the second pair the first time. I had exchanged them in hopes it wouldn't happen again because I really like the other features of the gloves. I may keep them and just reinforce the seams myself.
Date published: 2014-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Definitely not for the mountains!!! The gloves fit snug ... almost too snug. I put them on as my fingers began to get cold and the gloves never warmed my fingers. So, I thought of putting them on before my fingers got cold (thinking that the already cold fingers was what was working against me). This didn't work either ... my fingers were still frozen. I used the gloves while climbing Mt. Kenya. The temps weren't below freezing during the climb, but the way my fingers felt ... one might think I was in sub-zero temperatures. Not a good purchase ... I returned the gloves yesterday. Hurray for REI's return policy.
Date published: 2008-10-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from junk - don't waste your money I thought my search for low-bulk, waterproof gloves was over when I found these, but they are absolutely junk. After 20 minutes in light rain, you feel the inevitable wetness in the fingertips, and they do not keep your hands warm at all - just a bit better than wearing nothing at all. My fingers tingle from the cold when I wear these and I live in Vancouver, not Anchorage. And I'm not doing anything earth-shattering, just walking my dog. It's pure fraud to advertise them as waterproof, they are barely water resistant. Save your money, don't bother with these.
Date published: 2015-12-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not waterproof after all I bought these gloves to keep my hands warm and dry during outdoor activities in the rain (hiking and mushroom hunting). I looked at many types of gloves in the REI store. I selected this particular pair because the salesperson recommended them as the best pair for keeping the hands dry. The first time I used the gloves was on a hike in intermittent rain. My hands quickly became very wet; after an hour I asked a friend to hold my poles so that I could take the gloves off and put my hands in a pocket to warm them up. I returned the gloves and was given a full refund.
Date published: 2016-07-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Perform OK dry but not wet These gloves fit snug so your dexterity is still good. They kept my hands warm and comfortable while hiking in the Rocky Mountains until it started to snow. Once rain or snow came into contact with the gloves, they became very wet and very COLD. I ended up taking the gloves off to help put our tent up while it was snowing. My hands were so cold in the gloves that they were useless. Because I have them now, I will wear them in cool but dry conditions. Definitely will not wear them in rain or snow.
Date published: 2012-06-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Returned gloves Bought them for extended bikepacking trip up north. I could have sworn the packaging states waterproof. They soaked up water like a sponge,so I had to take them off and squeeze them out frequently. Most annoying was the fact that on the first day, a seam split and soon other seams followed. Returned the gloves.
Date published: 2014-07-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from more like a strainer than a glove Glove felt very warm in the store, so decided to give it a try. Ran the palm of one glove under the tap before I took it into 30 degree temps. Glad I did. At one second, my skin felt cold from the water hitting the fabric. At two seconds I noticed a leak in the finger seam. At ten, rotating to the back of the glove, it had leaked in five places. By the end of the fifteen second test, my entire hand was wet and freezing underneath the glove. Returned the soaked glove to the store immediately. Looking back at the reviews for this glove in both the mens and women's style, which go back 9 years, I'm a little perplexed as to why REI is still selling this glove. It could be dangerous for someone to trust this label and actually take it out in freezing or rainy temps and expect any degree of waterproofness or insulation. I think the employees who actually work at the store should have more say in what works and what doesn't, and REI should pay attention to these reviews.
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst gloves ever These are the worst gloves i have ever used in my life. They do not keep hands dry,or warm. The seam on the inside of the glove drives into my fingers and is actually painful at the end of the day. I work outside 16-20hrs a day, expecting to be kept dry and warm by my equipment, especially when it said to be weather proof and waterproof and breathable. Im am very unhappy with these gloves and will be returning them as soon as i get back into town.
Date published: 2007-09-27
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