Reviewed by HoosierDogWalker from Indiana on Tuesday, January 10, 2012
I have a quest for the perfect women's winter glove--not one to walk from parking lot to car but to be outdoors for an hour or more and still have reasonably warm hands. Indiana hasn't yet had the frigid winter temps it often has so I've only been able to wear in the 20's temps. They so appear to ...
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Reviewed by checi from Central New York on Friday, November 14, 2014
I wore these all last winter season and they were warm enough for me to use while snow blowing. They are not bulky and good looking enough to wear out. My only dissatisfaction is that I will have to mend a seam that is coming loose. I have begun to notice lately that a lot of clothing products that are being made in China have poor seam endurance. I'm seeing this in tee shirts, nice blouses and now, these gloves. If it's made in China, I know that I'll be mending the seams that are coming apart.
Reviewed by Carolina from NC on Monday, February 3, 2014
They look stylish but feel stiff and not warm at all. If you need a glove for going outside for a couple of minutes, they do their job. But 10 min in 20 degrees and you fingers get numb, mine did.
Wrists are open, so they don't keep your writs warm
You measure your dominant hand all the way around your palm, excluding your thumb. Then if you hover over the " Sizes Available" a tap will appear and provide you with the correct numeric sizing. I hope this help's!
Answered on 12/22/2011 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
You measure your dominant hand all the way around your palm, excluding your thumb.||This website also recommends measuring from the back of your wrist to the tip of your middle finger and using the measurement that is largest. There are pictures included here:|http://www.glove.org/glovemeasure.php
Answered on 7/28/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None