Reviewed by Wool lover from Wisconsin on Saturday, November 16, 2013
The price was a true bargain. They are warm, not itchy. They come in one size and I have very small hands so I plan on washing them to shrink them a bit, but if that's the only problem, I am very lucky. I bought several pair. One for my emergency car kit, and two more, because gloves disappear li...
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Reviewed by DB from New York City on Sunday, February 9, 2014
These gloves are made by an outstanding company in Scotland. The list price is very high so be sure to pay as little as possible. There's nothing to them - just simple knit gloves. The best use for them would be as an inner-liner for quality deerskin gloves.
Reviewed by pdx flyer from Oregon on Saturday, January 25, 2014
These gloves are great . The lambswool is very soft and feathery . The gloves are somewhat thin, and this makes them perfect for just the simply chillier, brisk days . Probably not suited for the supercold, however . But on the brisk days, anyone will look fabulous wearing these . The first time I wore the grey gloves, I got several compliments .
Reviewed by the quilter from ohio on Monday, January 6, 2014
since I don't like wearing gloves, these are perfect for me not to heavy on my hands, like the lightwt and they keep my hands warm, bought this kind years ago and they are starting to wearout with holes sewed up the holes before the new ones arrived
Reviewed by Rebecca from NJ on Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Not really "one size fits all" as I have fairly large (female) hands and these are too big all around. Would be good as is for a man, but I'm going to try shrinking the ones I got. Good lambswool, but lightweight and a loose knit. I like to keep a pair of light gloves in the pockets of every winter coat, and these will be fine for that use. They're nice quality, but not sturdy enough for any activity.