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 The Petite Pear from Virginia on Sunday, December 7, 2014
These feel great! My hands are prone to getting painfully cold, so I am looking forward to trying these out in some really cold weather. I have found that the secret to keeping them warm is to have a very good insulator and enough room inside a glove or mitten that there is no pinching or pressure to interfere with good circulation. These gloves cradle the hand and fingers in soft wool shearling. I think they will do very well for driving or casual outdoor wear. Not so sure how durable they would be as a work glove but that's not how I plan to use them.
My hand is about 7 inches measured around the hand just below the knuckles, about 6.5 inches from wrist to tip of middle finger, and the small feels great.
Reviewed by MrsA from Northern Alberta, Canada on Thursday, October 2, 2014
Lovely gloves for cold days, keep your hands nice and warm down to -20C, but would recommend the Aucair Shearling Mitts if you need to have warmth that goes down to -40.
My original pair are 4 winters old, still look new and the Shearling is still in great shape, I bought a second pair because after about twice as much wear as these have, the thumbs tend to loose some of the shearling, on the pressure point of the thumb holding a steering wheel, but these won't be needed as replacements anytime soon!
Reviewed by andmort from Michigan on Thursday, April 3, 2014
These are the most amazing gloves. I bought a pair last year in size medium and I absolutely couldn't believe that I'd finally found a pair of gloves that kept my hands warm for driving. These did however I should have bought the size small because they were a bit large. So, this year I bought 2 pairs, black and brown, in size small and they are perfect! I have Reynaud's Syndrome, a circulatory disease, that makes my fingers painful in cool weather. I use mittens with handsets for outdoor activities but that is not a good option for driving. I've bought so many gloves with so many linings and they just don't work for me. These are the best gloves I've tried so far and I strongly recommend them to anyone that is bothered by cold hands and fingers. I live in Michigan and we had more days below zero this year than I care to remember. Thanks Sierra Trading Post!
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