Information about Auclair Utah II Gloves - Waterproof, Insulated (For Women)
Closeouts. With a water-resistant nylon shell, a waterproof membrane, heat-trapping thermal foam, and fiberfill insulation, Auclair's Utah II gloves keep fingers toasty and dry. They also provide grip and movement so you can be totally hands-on during all your cold-weather activities.
Reviewed by augmom from seattle on Wednesday, January 19, 2011
I always doubt reviews on gloves since I've never found a glove to keep me warm while walking outdoors-UNTIl NOW! These gloves are fabulous! Only wish they were a bit more flexible for driving and dexterity. Still give these a 5plus... fingers crossed I don't lose them!
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Reviewed by sallykayak from foothills of the Adirondacks on Friday, December 13, 2013
I normally wear a small but I have long fingers so I ordered both a small and a medium and I'm glad I did. The small was a little snug and the fingers are very short. The mediums fit well, the lining is nice and soft and they are very warm. the velcro at the cuff lets me tighten it nicely around my wrist. I can't say how waterproof they are and that is the major reason I bought these. I'm tired of gloves getting soaked when I use the roof rake to get snow off our roof. If these are truly water proof, they deserve 4 stars, but not 5 because the fit is not what I expected in the size small
Reviewed by addie from New York on Monday, February 25, 2013
Looking forward to wearing these gloves when taking the dog out but the thumb on one glove fits too tight and when comparing both thumbs, one is visibly shorter than the other, so there is a defect in the manufacturing of these.Called customer service and I would have to send back at my expense to get refund for something that should have never been sold.The cost to send back is almost half of wha
Reviewed by Loubelle48 from Kearney, MO on Sunday, February 3, 2013
I have found that you can't have extreme warmth without putting up with some bulkiness, and for me, the warmth is more important. For walking the dog, these are fine. For driving I need a little more dexterity.