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Reviewed by garlo from Chicago on Friday, December 31, 2010
I really like Manzella gloves and these are no exception. They're the perfect weight I was looking for. I have a pair of thinner fleece windblock gloves from Manzella that have lastest for years. I wanted a slightly warmer glove, softshell, lightweight gloves and these were perfect. These are pe...
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Reviewed by suboptimal from Easternmost, ME on Thursday, February 16, 2012
These gloves were nice in style and feel. I wanted them for business-casual were when traveling. I usually wear an XL in gloves, but these XLs were too big for me. Unfortuantely, smaller sizes weren't available. Sent them back.
Reviewed by MikeM from Hartford, CT on Thursday, February 2, 2012
Got these for typical winter days in CT. They are very warm, and have a cool feature where the "arm" part of the glove comes up higher on your arm, under your sleeve, without being overbearing. But, they are not waterproof, run big and are a bit bulky. If you can get past that, they are a great value.
Reviewed by Skydog from Atlanta, GA on Monday, January 30, 2012
I received Manzella Commuter gloves - not the Suburban gloves shown. They have a different cuff and palm and fingertip patches instead of what appears to be a fully textured grip in the pictured gloves. The ones I got have a longer non-adjustable cuff. I felt like the gloves I was sent were a pretty good deal for the price and decided to keep them. They are a somewhat bulky style, definitely not sleek or close fitting. Should be just fine for walking the dogs in on the rare days when we get temps in the 20's and 30's in Atlanta.
Reviewed by Foulhooked from Troy, NY on Friday, December 23, 2011
Very comfortable, very warm, very snow resistant. Water will initially bead but they will let in moisture over time and then get cold. They breath pretty well so they are good for start-and-stop activities. XL is slightly long for me, which is a problem I've never had before and frankly it was refreshing.