Reviewed by Sarah, reserve high school teacher from Minneapolis, MN on Tuesday, April 10, 2012
I'm still wearing these mittens after 4 years-- purchased & reviewed in Dec. 2007. I drive to part-time job in cold winter weather-- IDEAL. BLACK is great color as I wear with ivory down jacket & charcoal wool coat throughout the long winters.
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Reviewed by Robert's Nana from Massachusetts on Tuesday, December 1, 2015
There is NO way that I can wear these - they have a terrible musty smell, and just trying them on left my hands smelling horrible - three washings later, I could still smell whatever it is. Based on other reviews, I don't dare wash them, dry-cleaning them would be silly and expensive, so I guess they'll just be tossed into the trash. Don't buy them!
Reviewed by cold from in Colorado on Thursday, November 19, 2015
sheepskin - not so sure clipped, little bits of cut hair everywhere and poky also. thin, lets air though the seams which are many with the patchwork . bought on clearance , cost more to send back then worth, my loss.
Reviewed by Planet Ocean from Boston, MA on Friday, August 7, 2015
These are good-looking mitts, dressy, with a nice texture, they would do well in moderate temperatures (my guess, 25F and up). The pattern of the mitt is better-looking than what you're seeing on the picture. However, there are a few issues. The pair I received had left thumb with a very thin fur, almost none at the tip, which I suppose is a part of being "seconds". The size of the mitt was completely off. The ordered Large size barely fit my Small hand, leaving no space for the liner. I see these mitts to be suitable for a casual wear (work, shopping, city walks) but not for an active outdoor life (as an extra pair of warm mitts in the pack on winter hikes) - as long as you find the right size and a pair without defects.
Reviewed by rrkelly from Maine on Monday, February 23, 2015
I thought these would be warm and dry. They are to a point. Once they get wet, forget it. If you are just going to drive in them, they are fine. just don't get them wet cause the dye runs all over your fingers and all over whatever you pick up. They are not for outdoor chores, not for snow shoeing, skiing etc. They are short so the snow flies in at the wrist. If you never get them wet, then they won't shrink. I have two pair of the black ones and I made the mistake of putting a pair of wet ones by the wood stove. They are even shorter now.
So for fashion, going around town, errands etc, fine. For serious outdoors, look elsewhere. Don't Get Them Wet!
I thought Auclair was a top brand but maybe not in everything they make.
You would order the same size you wear in a glove.
Answered on 12/10/2009 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
Hi Dawn, I normally wear a ladies' size small, and ordered the same for these mitts and they are a great fit for me. The lambskin lining does not add bulk to the inside, just adds warmth. I would suggest you buy which ever of the sizes the bulk of your gloves fall into.
Answered on 12/1/2010 12:00:00 AM by Busy mom from Rainbow Lake, AB
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