Reviewed by AK Ski gal from Juneau, AK on Monday, February 14, 2011
I bought these gloves because they were one of a few listed as waterproof. I live in Southeast Alaska and our snow is wet on good days, rain on bad days. I teach skiing every weekend and was hoping these gloves would keep my hands dry and toasty during lessons. Unfortunately, my hands were wet & cold within one hour of heading out. I would not recommend these gloves for anyone in a wet climate.
Reviewed by Black Hills Girl from South Dakota on Monday, November 22, 2010
While they seem fine in milder temps, these gloves just didn't keep my hands warm once the temps hit single digits. BUT...they're well made and very comfortable, so I'm trying another style of Grandoe gloves in hopes of finding a little more warmth!