Reviewed by Jennifer from California on Monday, December 16, 2013
The mittens were of nice fleece and should have been great. The color was not as it appeared online, but the real problem was sizing. I have quite thin wrists, but the elastic in the mitten wrists was so tight it was a bit of a struggle to put them on. And the length allowed for fingers was barely enough … and not enough for my left hand. Since I'd bought mittens because I am currently wearing a small splint on a left finger, this was a showstopper. For someone else, they'd be fine, though.
Reviewed by Chicago from Chicago on Monday, December 16, 2013
For the price, I bought 5 pairs. These are backup mittens I keep by the door for when my 11 year old daughter can't find her good gloves. I started wearing them. Very warm for fleece. And the price, I got them for around $5 and would buy five more! They do kinda turn your hands black the first time you wear, so maybe I should have washed them. But, soap and water cures that! Don't hesitate and get more than one pair - others will want!
Reviewed by JoggerNut from Williamsport, PA on Tuesday, November 19, 2013
I plan on using these when I'm out walking in the cold temps or using the snow blower. I measured my hand and then went up a size due to comments on other reviews. They were right. Definitely go up one size. You can't go wrong with thinsulate gloves.
Reviewed by mountainchickadee from Mammoth Lakes, CA on Wednesday, November 06, 2013
These mittens are nice and warm; however, they do run small and the elastic around the wrists are very tight, not to the point where they cut off circulation, but not the most comfortable. I have average-sized hands, ordered a medium, and they're a bit too tight. My fingertips a little crammed at the front of the mitten. Overall, not bad, so I'm keeping them, but won't order another pair in the future.