Manzella Equinox Gloves - Windproof, Fleece (For Women)
About Manzella Equinox Gloves - Windproof, Fleece (For Women)
Closeouts. Designed for outdoor activities in variable conditions, Manzella Equinox gloves combine windproof, water-resistant soft shell back with four-way stretch fleece in the palm and fingers. Their women-specific, low-bulk design aids dexterity to provide excellent performance and lasting warmth.
Specs about Manzella Equinox Gloves - Windproof, Fleece (For Women)
- Palm: 100% suede
- Fabric: 92% polyester, 8% Lycra®
- Weight: 2 oz.
- Care: Hand wash, dry flat
- Made in China
- Visit our Winter Dressing Guide
Manzella Glove Chart
Note: Measurement is in inches, from the base of your palm to the tip of your middle finger.
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
Reviewed by Renemy from San Francisco on Monday, August 5, 2013It's hard for me to fairly rate these gloves, because they ran pretty large. I am probably a "small" in gloves, and the S/M are just too large. The fingers are long *and* wide, which makes it hard for me to pick things up in them. Further, the fleece is very thick, so there is just that much more fabric/volume on my fingers. However, these are warm! The fleece is very soft, and I think the windproof black part works. I can use them just to ride my bike around during the cold SF summers, but I would not be able to do much else in them. If you are have medium-sized hands, give these a try in S/M.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by onthemove222 from DC Metro on Wednesday, January 16, 2013I like these. I broke my hand about three years ago and it hurts when it gets cold or if I'm driving and the steering wheel is cold. These provide warmth, are very comfortable and have a suede grip so I don't have to worry about my hand slipping off the wheel.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hoosier from So. GA on Tuesday, December 25, 2012Got them for my wife, being that we are moving from to the Midwest soon. They appear well sewn, although I do not believe they will be useful for extensive time spent outdoors. We'll see!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gail the Farmer from Upstate New York on Friday, November 16, 2012I had hoped that they'd permit outdoor activities in winter: Not warm enough.
Reviewed by vtgrams from Vermont on Monday, October 29, 2012It isn't cold out yet, so I can't predict how warm these will be, but they are supposed to be windproof, so I'm hopeful. For the price they will be fine for errands, etc. even if not warm enough for hiking.