Closeouts. Gordini's The Leather Goose II gloves use super-warm 600 fill power goose down insulation, an Aquabloc® waterproof breathable membrane and genuine goatskin leather to keep your hands warm and dry.
Reviewed by Lyndane from NY on Saturday, January 04, 2014
Bought these as Christmas gift for me. Tired of my fingers freezing while shoveling snow. Used them for the first time shoveling out from our blizzard here in NY. Temps in the teens. I was out for 2 hours shoveling and my fingers felt fine. No chill at all. I have tried other gloves, but must admit that these are the first pair that my fingers did not feel any chill at all.
Reviewed by Northwoods from Upstate NY on Thursday, January 24, 2013
Very warm gloves, kept my hands dry and toasty for an hour of shoveling and snowblowing in 15 degree weather. I knew the white color would get dirty easily, but for this price, I can't worry about it, they are great for working outdoors, my priority is keeping my hands warm, and these do the job!
Reviewed by Mountain Maiden from Hesperus, Colorado on Thursday, January 17, 2013
I needed gloves that kept my hands warm when I am doing stuff outside in the cold - shoveling snow, skiing, scraping the ice off the windshield, etc. These DO keep my hands warm, and I did not return them for that reason, but I have a couple issues with them. First of all, they are white. White!?! I used them once and they got dirty. They also make my hands look huge. Second, they are so bulky it's hard to do anything but grip the ski pole or shovel. You can't hold a car key, for example, so you have to take the glove off to put the key in the ignition. You can't stuff things into your pockets or adjust your equipment with them on. They are so big that it is hard to get them through the ski pole strap, and if you want to take the glove off, you pretty much have to leave it in the strap and pull your hand out. The leather looks like good quality and I actually chose to keep them and send another pair back because they are, hands down, the warmest, but these issues with the color and bulk detract from my overall impression.