Auclair is one of the oldest and most respected glove companies in North America, having brought their impressive knowledge of gloves from Paris to Canada in 1945. Now the official supplier to nearly every Canadian team on snow and ice - from alpine to snowboarding to luge - Auclair gloves are known for their exceptional quality, competitive grip, and uncompromising performance in all sports. The folks at Auclair are proud of their history, their family approach to business, and their unflagging desire to make the very best sport performance g ... Learn more about Auclairloves in the world. ... Less
Reviewed by DM from Boston, MA on Monday, March 30, 2015
These gloves seem very warm, but when I ordered them in the size I usually get, they were way too small. I was disappointed in the fit & had to exchange them. All of the other gloves & mittens I ordered in the same size & they fit. I would recommend to get one size larger than normally ordered.
Reviewed by bobnj from AC on Thursday, March 26, 2015
Got a large and then ordered XL after. Very little size difference. The XL were a little wider in the fingers and the hand, not a lot. A little thicker than other liners I purchased which is good(still thin though). If you have big hands(man) get the XL.
Reviewed by #1ladyfishdetective from New York on Monday, March 23, 2015
I love that you unzip these mittens, put your kids hands in there and then zip them up. They should make all gloves and mittens like this. Nice long cuffs that go over the coat and prevent ice and snow from getting in. My daughter has worn them once in the snow and her hands stayed warm and completely dry. The only downside is that my daughter likes to wear gloves so that she can maneuver better.
Reviewed by Botanist from Illinois on Monday, March 23, 2015
I bought these gloves as a birthday present for my sister. She said -- "Not only are they incredibly soft, but they fit like a second skin, and keep out the cold and wind much better than my regular leather gloves."
Reviewed by d jones from minnesota on Friday, March 20, 2015
The gloves are good and warm. I only used them downhill skiing when the temperatures were below zero. The leather shows no sines of wear but the inside of the thumb is ripped down the center an across the seam. This is unacceptable for a pair of gloves that were not used a dozen times.