Reviewed by Hiker Biker from Kalamazoo on Friday, October 17, 2014
Extremely lightweight and surprisingly warm. As I've gotten older my fingers get cold very easily. I wear these when the temps are below 50 down to 10 degrees.. As I get moving, I eventually take them off, fold them and stash them away in my back pocket. I've even worn them in the rain and they've...
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Reviewed by sierra shopper from central NY state on Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Although these didn't fit under the snow-shoveling gloves I was hoping to wear them under, I have used them a few times underneath other gloves and they have kept me warm in this brutally freezing winter we've had. Great value, nice quality, happy to have them. I'm sure they will get lots of use and last for years as they seem well-made..
If you click on one of the size options on the product page, you will see a "girth" measurement displayed. "Girth", in this case, refers to the circumference of your hand, just below the fingers. Measure it with a flexible tape, or with a piece of string which you then lay against a ruler to measure its length. You should buy the glove size which is slightly larger or the same as your measurement, depending on how snug a fit you desire. I've found that these Terramar gloves do not shrink when washed, so I would not advise you to buy a larger size than you need, especially if you intend to use them under other gloves.
Answered on 2/5/2015 7:28:19 PM by lw from Maryland
Gloves are usually measured at the largest width (or circumference) across/around the knuckles. These XL gloves measure 4 1/2 inches across the knuckle area. They measure 8 inches from tip of middle finger to end of glove part, and 10 inches to bottom of ribbing around the wrist. Hope that helps.
Answered on 2/9/2015 12:35:01 PM by MMMarl from Wisconsin
The gloves run true to size. They stretch so order a small if you like them tight.
Answered on 2/14/2015 3:54:02 PM by nittle from FL
Mine worked but I had to press hard and sometimes twice.
Answered on 1/5/2015 4:43:55 PM by whirledpeas64 from Maine
It isn't designed to do it, but it works if you moisten your finger tip, or if your sweating a bit, i.e., if you're hiking briskly, your body gives off enough moisture so that it works, at least for me. I gave two pairs and they both work that way. Good luck! They're excellent liners (I wear alone)
Answered on 1/5/2015 5:08:26 PM by Hiker Biker from Kalamazoo
Yes they work on phones and tablets.
Answered on 1/5/2015 5:24:24 PM by nittle from Tampa
No, you'll have to take them off to use any touch-screen devices
Answered on 1/5/2015 6:18:04 PM by lw from Maryland
I don;t have a smart phone...sorry!
Answered on 1/5/2015 6:39:25 PM by Fashionably Grey from Chicago
Sadly no, I've tried and they don't work with touch screens
Answered on 1/5/2015 6:54:55 PM by The Wanderer from Front Range