Closeouts. Keep your hands dry and warm in Outdoor Research Flurry gloves with their wicking wool-nylon blended fabric. Great as your around-town hand warmer, or paired with shell gloves as a liner for cold backcountry adventures.
Reviewed by Cat Lady from Maine on Thursday, February 19, 2015
These are my new favorite gloves. They're very warm and the soft lining feels so nice on my hands. And I can drive in them because they have little grips on fingers and palms. I wasn't sure which size to order, medium or small. I went with the medium, and they are a bit too long in the fingers, but otherwise fit well. Oh, and I LOVE the purple color!
Reviewed by OutdoorMom from Ithaca, NY on Saturday, April 5, 2014
These are an end-of-the-season purchase so I didn't truly test them out. These are meant to be liners, so they are fairly thick but snug and they did fit under my mittens. I am assuming that this will be a winning combination next winter. I ski a lot and my hands are always cold; I just shoot for something above numb.
Overall firm material, providing better dexterity/fit inside of mitten shells and also they stay inside the mitten and keep their form, unlike a soft liner
Clips to keep the pair mated
Off-center deep loops to pull on -- these are brilliant: stiff enough to operate easily with a gloved/mittened hand, and big enough for a thumb, and offset from the center of the glove exactly where you'd want to use them
Not windproof -- this I noticed even walking the kids to school, so they really do need a shell to be truly warm
Fit seems disproportional (I have child hands and am usually an XS/S and got the medium and it fits fine but fingers are a bit long on me. If you have wide hands or thick fingers, I could see this being a problem)
Reviewed by GJH from Boston on Wednesday, February 12, 2014
I first ordered these gloves in a medium, the usual size that I wear. Unfortunately I had to send them back as they ran very small, both in finger length and width. When the large arrived,the fit was much better. The gloves fit snuggly and allow for better dexterity. The color and fabric are nice, however this really isn't a snow glove as it gets wet quickly. If you are looking for an alternative for leather, this is is. Great for driving or a winter walk.
Reviewed by indiemusicgirl from Salem, NH on Thursday, January 23, 2014
I have very small adult hands and have a difficult time finding gloves that fit. The small fit great except for the pinky, which is typical for me) and are not bulky while being a good weight. They are not warm enough in sub freezing temps by themselves, but are great to drive with, walk the dog, etc. because you can easily move your fingers. I would go to this company again for my next pair of winter gloves.