Closeouts. The winter glove/workman's glove hybrid, Auclair’s Mountain Worker gloves feature a soft fleece lining, toasty, low-bulk PrimaLoft® insulation, grippy, pliable leather palms and an abrasion-resistant twill on top of the hand.
Reviewed by Brian from North Chicagoland on Saturday, February 14, 2015
I have no experience in terms of waterproof quality, and did not buy these for a work glove either, but was looking for a pair of gloves that were not bulky, but offered pretty decent warmth for commuting around town and to and from work on the bus. The Primaloft One must do a good job, because these are warm - for my needs - down to the upper teens or lover twenties provided the wind isn't too harsh (i have to go thicker or switch to mittens if it gets colder than that or am out for more extended periods). This is exactly what I was looking for, and find it pretty impressive in light of their thickness. They happen to be a good looking pair of gloves too - in my opinion.
Reviewed by TheJudge51 from Central Indiana on Thursday, January 15, 2015
This is my second order--for my wife and daughter, as mine kept disappearing. These gloves fit well and allow most delicate pickups, like change, without removing. I wear them daily in the winter to walk the dog with a leash, and I can snap the leash on and off with the gloves on. Stops the wind very well. Suitable for light work, like mucking horses.
Reviewed by Rich from Jackson, WY on Tuesday, January 13, 2015
These gloves are warm enough and comfortable enough, I suppose, although they do run a little small. However one of them tore on the cuff at the logo on the third day of use. They are also a pain in the neck to get on and off if you sweat at all in them or if they get wet in any other way.
Reviewed by HerdingDogRescuer from Black Hills on Friday, December 12, 2014
Bought these to replace a pair of insultated leather work gloves. THe fit nice and looked nice. But after a week of light use, the leather already has a tear near the cuff and the leather on the palm is showing signs of wear. They are not a glove for work. If I did any of the work I would normally do, the leather would be shredded. The leather is supple and nice, but not durable enough for work. STP is doing a exhange for me to get a pair of more durable work gloves.
Reviewed by The Outlawyer from SW Va. on Sunday, December 7, 2014
Size is accurate, construction very good and design is clever with unusually flexible warmth. I bought these specifically to go pheasant hunting and on a cold snowy morning in Kansas with the wind screaming, I could function wingshooting with my shotgun and my hands stayed warm. All good here.
Reviewed by mtn worker from wyoming on Monday, December 2, 2013
Wore the gloves once and the thumb seam started to separate. Also the black material on both thumbs started to crumble off immediately. I would not consider the insulation to be low bulk...lower than some other gloves but not great.