Reviewed by canadianeh from Pawleys Island SC on Thursday, December 13, 2012
These are for warmth and will not wear well for driving as cashmere is so soft. Will look great over a first layer in a different color. Great for shopping since you can use your fingers without taking off your gloves.
Reviewed by Bike and Bus Commuter from Chicago IL on Wednesday, December 12, 2012
I'm really liking having better access to things in pockets (wallet, smart phone, keys) while having a better grip on them. These are well made: thick enough to be warm and cozy in cool weather, but less bulky than most gloves.
You will notice the cold in your finger tips, but mostly because the rest of your hand is so warm. Not a big deal unless it's below 25 F or windy.
Reviewed by JM from NY on Tuesday, December 11, 2012
I use the fingerless gloves when the indoor temp is chilly. Keeps hands warm while allowing freedom of movement for activities such as typing, knitting, reading. These are super soft and comfortable, and warm enough for outside use, too.
Reviewed by lizbunny from Camas, WA on Tuesday, November 6, 2012
I love fingerless gloves! They allow you to keep warm and maintain dexterity. Perfect for grocery shopping. I notice they call them 'texting gloves'. Which is also accurate. These gloves are a lovely wool blend, soft, light weight and come in many lovely colors. And ladies, they let you show off your manicure. I want every color!
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Commuting, Going Out, Rainy Weather, Travel
Reviewed by Conflatia from Denver, CO on Monday, November 5, 2012
I love cashmere and wear fingerless gloves often, so this was irresistible. I knew from reviews that they'd probably be somewhat too big for me, and they are, but it doesn't matter. I use fingerless gloves for driving, dog walking, and outdoor sports on warmer winter days. I like the bright red color even more than I thought I would.