Reviewed by Dave the skier from Philly on Monday, March 2, 2015
Just got back from Revelstoke & Sun Peaks where the temperature varied from 21-38 degrees Fahrenheit. The gloves felt bulky with the liner in limiting your dexterity, however I used them mostly without the liner and was pleased. I didn't get a chance to test the gloves in temperatures below 20 degrees with the liners.
Reviewed by Kritter from Colorado on Tuesday, February 10, 2015
These are the same style I have worn for over 30 years. I still have my first pair. These appear to have stronger stitching in the fingers, are warm and comfortable. What more can I say about a glove that I have put to use three days a week skiing for over 3 decades.
Reviewed by Ana from maine on Tuesday, March 18, 2014
These seem warm and well-constructed. The leather is good quality, but will probably need to be treated because it gets really soaked (hands still dry, though, with waterproof membrane). I was skeptical about the zip-in liners, but they work well and go back in smoothly. Great buy at STP price.
Reviewed by Andrew in Chicago from Schaumburg, IL on Saturday, March 8, 2014
I researched to find gloves that would be good for skiing and they are. The temperatures are consistently below freezing and the gloves do an excellent job of keeping my hands warm and the gloves are waterproof, yet breathable.
Reviewed by Frank from Connecticut on Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Good warm, dry gloves. I like the option to remove the liner. Not for real hard use, but great for snowblowing, shoveling, skiing etc. Fit is good for me. They are, like most gloves, a little snug at first but they broke in quickly and are now comfortable. Quality is much better than most gloves I've considered. I doubt I would pay full price, but Sierra Trading has good prices and discounts.
Reviewed by Paulinks from Kansas on Tuesday, February 18, 2014
I finally selected this glove based on the large number of reviews. My hand measured 9", I ordered large, and the fit is good. For some reason I feel like the fingers or a bit long for me but so what, they're gloves. I will never go skying, just spend time outdoors in temperatures well below freezing. These are well constructed, handsome gloves. My only complaint is that with the liners in I can hardly grasp anything, that is, I can hardly bend my fingers. With the liners removed I find them good down into the 20's. I also have a thinner pair of poly liner gloves that help with the bulk issue and also extends the warmth. A highly versatile, quality constructed, warm glove.
Reviewed by Skiing Family of 5 from Massachusetts on Thursday, January 16, 2014
Well over 10 years ago, I bought these gloves for my husband. He has worn them to shreds and finally agreed to a new pair. I searched stores and couldn't find anything comparable. I was so excited to find them at Sierra Trading Post! The gloves have changed slightly since his original pair (more leather/ less fabric on this new pair and the zipper is slightly different), but all probably for the better, and certainly the quality is no less, and likely more than his original pair.