Mountain Hardwear Echidna Gloves - Waterproof, Insulated (For Women)
About Mountain Hardwear Echidna Gloves - Waterproof, Insulated (For Women)
Mountain Hardwear Glove/Mitten Size Chart
|Mens Circumference of Hand||6.5 - 7||7 - 7.5||8 - 8.5||9 - 9.5||9.5 - 10 +|
|Womens Circumference of Hand||n/a||6.5 - 7||7.5 - 8||8 +||n/a|
|Mens Length of Hand||5 - 6.5||6.5 - 7||7.5 - 8||8.5 - 9||9 - 9.5 +|
|Womens Length of Hand||n/a||5 - 6.5||7 - 7.5||7.5 - 8||n/a|
|Youth Handwear Sizes||6 - 7 yr||8 yr||10 - 12 yr||14 - 16 yr||na/a|
Note: To measure your hand size correctly, measure around the widest part of your hand (excluding your thumb), generally around the knuckles. The adult hand sizes above (in approximate inches) should put you in the general size range.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Barb from Virginia on Monday, March 18, 2013I haven't had a chance to use these yet (got them to use next season) but they seem well made and will hopefully be warm! The liner glove comes out and integrates seamlessly with the outer shell glove, so that's a nice feature. They're not bulky, so I'm hoping that they're warm enough for snowboarding. Got them for a great price at STP, about 1/3 of retail.
Reviewed by Megan Up North from Alaska on Tuesday, March 5, 2013I got these gloves to replace some cheaper ones I purchased in the fall. I have to say, they were very slim, not bulky. I was expecting these gloves to be incredibly warm. They do work well, and I think if I lived any other place than bush Alaska I would absolutely love them. As it is, I'm slightly disappointed, because on REALLY cold mornings they're still not quite warm enough. For 99% of people though, I would absolutely recommend these gloves.
Reviewed by Melissa from Southern California on Sunday, March 3, 2013Seem to run true to size I usually wear a women's medium which is what I got. They fit well. Hands stayed dry on wet, snowy days skiing. Windproof, too. Work well on warmer days without the linings. These are spacious enough that I can use a heavier lining on really cold days. I've skied with them for about 9 days so far... with no lining, with the stock lining and with a thicker lining in different conditions from about 50F down to 20F, sunny days and wet, snowy days.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by California Dreamer from San Francisco Bay Area on Tuesday, February 5, 2013I picked up these gloves to have for installing auto chains in the snow, and they've proved worth it! When worn together, the liner gloves and outer gloves kept my hands warm and dry. The outer gloves on their own are not warm, so these gloves depend on the liners for warmth. Both the outer gloves and liner gloves have grips on the palms, and the liner gloves are durable and windproof on their own, but not waterproof. I've used the liners a few times for winter cycling, and they've been functional. I will also use these gloves for cross-country skiing. I'm not an expert on technical winter gloves, but for me, these gloves are working well and functioning for what I purchased them for!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Austin Gal from Austin, TX on Thursday, January 24, 2013My hands get cold pretty easily, so I was surprised and impressed at how warm these gloves are. They have a thin liner inside, but aren't bulky and allow you to use your hands pretty easily.