Men's Cold Weather Gloves
XS-XXXL or as requested
As picture or customized
Male(Youth and Men)
With buckle and drawstring&stopper
*Comments from consumers of trial order
1.I'm 61 years old with small hands, the small fit me well, but if you have short with thick fingers, you should go up at least one size. I'm 6 foot and weigh 170. Going by their size chart my fingers are appr 3/4 inch shorter than they lowest number, but when I make a first they get just a little tight. They should break in some. My point is, just don't go by the length of your fingers, if you have fat or thicker fingers go up at least one size. I was out today for about one hour, it was 30 degrees with the wind blowing creating appr 20 degrees wind chill, they did well. I felt just a little chill, but my hands and fingers never got cold cold. They were worth the money. Update, it was 29 degrees this morning with a 19 degree windchill, my fingers did it cold. Cold enough where I had to blow into the glove to help warm them up. I was out walking my dog both times. I would say this men's cold weather gloves will keep your fingers warm down to 31 degrees.
2.The product is beyond my expectation. The quality is comparable to a Burton waterproof ski gloves, but the price is only a fraction of those. It seems very durable. Functions wise, it hits all the marks. Couldn't be happier with my purchase.
3.These are perfect for my needs. I am size medium and they fit nicely. I have small hands but they are chubby. If i went to a large I may have had a difficult time driving. I bought these for snow but I am not a snowboarder. I haven't had a chance to try them out yet. Sorry. Not too stiff either. Very nice men's thinsulate gloves.
4.So eager to have the snow fall. Every year I am looking for the best gloves, these fit amazing, feel great and I am excited to really put them to work. Soaked my hands in the sink with these and they truly stayed dried.
5.These gloves look like they are constructed nicely. Able to remove hand without reversing all the finger holes, thats nice...the zipper pocket on each glove is a good size. You can easily fit all the stuff you want to easily access while on the slopes or hunting, etc.. good glove so far.
6.I used these men's ski construction gloves in sub 0 degree Celsius winter weather while shoveling snow. They kept my hands warm -- they were sweaty. I like the waterproof outer shell and the soft interior. They have long cuffs which cover the wrist and a tightening strap the sinches the gloves to the hands. The palm material grips well. I would definitely buy these again. I have relatively small hands (6.5-7 inches) from my wrist to my middle finger. The medium gloves fit perfectly.
7.I'm comparing these to some Timberland brand snow gloves that I had a few years ago. These are built better than the Timberland gloves which tore a hole in a seam of one of the fingers within 2 weeks. I haven't used these gloves in snow yet but when I got rained on, I never felt it on the inside. I've also used them down to 20 degrees and my hands stayed reasonably warm. I say that because I put them on when my hands had already been exposed to the cold. I guess I should say that these gloves are good at keeping in whatever warmth your hands produce.They're not touch screen compatible as far as I'm aware, but my iPhone XS is not very sensitive.
Note on fitment: I usually wear men's ski construction medium size gloves and a large in European sizes. I got a medium and there is empty space at the ends of each finger. I'm confident that I could have fit into the small size. I would advise that if it's important that the fingers fit well for you, that you go down one size. Or do whatever you want, I mean who am I?
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