Reviewed by keliavau from Chicago on Tuesday, October 4, 2011
This is my second pair of these gloves. I bought one few years ago and last year I came back for another pair but didn't find them. This year I was so happy to find them again! These gloves might feel too bulky for some but I expect a little padding since it is fur inside the glove and they are rea...
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Reviewed by gabigirl617 from New York on Tuesday, January 27, 2015
These shearling gloves are made in China. I don't know what kind of sheep they raise in China because these are not the soft wooly sheep they raise in New Zealand or Australia. There so no soft shearling on the inside. Instead there is rough long hair as the lining of the glove. They also have a terrible smell to them. I had to leave them outside for a week before I could take them back inside the house. they also include a small ziplock bag with some extra thread. As soon as I was able to wear them the stitching was coming apart. I guess in China they do not teach the children how to make a knot in the thread when they finish sewing the gloves. I would have returned them except I don't want to pay the 9 dollar return shipping fee.
Reviewed by mary from bitter upstate new york on Friday, January 23, 2015
i was looking for a black pair to match my coat. These look nice and the cut is uncomfortable and roomy. i already had a brown pair of shearling mittens that were nothing special, but they are warm. these are fairly warm too. I could have kept wearing them if they were not so itchy. i wore them for 2 days back and forth to work and on the second day, i took them off, even in the cold. I could just not take how brittle the insides felt.
Reviewed by On line shopper from Indiana on Thursday, January 22, 2015
I put cashed two pairs, brown and black. I wore the brown pair and was disappointed with the quality of the material. Personally I felt that the shearling material was very thin and did not offer any better warmth than any of my other gloves. Plus they seemed to run large. Gave both pairs away.
Definitely the medim size. These gloves run large!
Answered on 12/12/2013 9:26:53 PM by Sally from Scituate from Massachusetts
I would go with the medium. My hand measures 6.5, right at the bottom of the range for medium, according to their sizing chart, so I got a medium and had to return them for a small. They run a little large, but not so much that they are a whole size off, in my opinion. Since you are in between, I think the medium would work for you.
Answered on 12/13/2013 6:06:07 AM by NC Gal from North Carolinz
According to our sizing charts, you will need a size medium, which is for hands that measure 6.5 to 7 inches. To measure your hand size correctly, measure the widest part of your hand (excluding your thumb), generally around the knuckles.
Answered on 1/9/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post