Closeouts. Thanks to the protection of the Aquabloc® waterproof breathable insert and MegaLoft® insulation in Gordini's Fall Line II gloves, you're hands stay warm and dry no matter how many wipeouts you suffer.
Reviewed by Aggielifter132 from San Antonio, Texas on Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Bought these as a gift for my husband. He loves them! He has really big hands, so we have trouble finding big enough gloves. I bought him the largest size available. They are soft and comfortable on the inside and have plenty of warmpth.
Reviewed by suboptimal from Easternmost, ME on Friday, March 16, 2012
Attractive soft-shell-like gloves that feel warm. Waterproof, too. But the insulation/shell is just too thick and puffy, and my fingers already feel enough like sausages. Tried XL first (my usual size), but exchanged them for Large and was surprised to find these a bit too big as well. The second pair is going back to STP and I'm searching for something else.
Reviewed by yams from USA on Monday, January 9, 2012
It works as advertised. Is extremely waterproof (5 hours of slushy rainy snow), warm, and a great price on STP. However the fingers for this brand is very "fat" leading to very ineffective fingers, almost like wearing a mitten. Due to this I would not recommend for skiing or any uses where you need to have finger dexterity. There are also no loops to hang onto your wrists for extra security or ways to carry them. Lastly they dry slowly by themselves, I had to put them on a heater vent to dry them.