Closeouts. Pliable, grippy goatskin on the palm and fingers and super-lightweight, super-insulating Thinsulate® LiteLoft insulation give Auclair's Total Soft gloves a winter-ready option for chilly, outdoor-bound hands.
Reviewed by Dave from Northern Wisconsin on Monday, February 18, 2013
All in all a good glove. Probably anything warmer would have to be a mitten. The "shell" is a bit long in the fingers, longer than they perhaps should be making button pushing and small knob turning while driving somewhat a challenge. The palms could stand more insulation as I can feel the cold from the steering wheel. The jury is still out on durability, waterproofness, etc. I may treat the leather with something to insure warter resistant. But as I said, all in all a good glove.
Reviewed by rossiride from Kalispell Montana on Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Always had problems with cold hands after growing up in AK. Usually stick with shells and liners. As a worker, love the leather smell, feel and durability. I'm warmer in these than any glove I've ever worn except my TNF Himalya mitts. Dry quick if wet, change over to lighter gloves for BC climbs then back to these(cuts down on sweating in them)Bought a 2nd pair before they sell out.
Reviewed by CanyonDweller from Ogden Cyn, UT on Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Leather is not waterproof. Easy fix- heat it in the oven and apply some leather wax and it's all better. Very warm gloves for fair weather winter. Loses alot of warmth when the wind blows but great glove for the price.