About Swix New Cross Soft Shell Gloves - Insulated (For Men)
Closeouts. The Thinsulate® insulation and weather-resistant soft shell construction of Swix's New Cross gloves offer versatile, low-bulk warmth and flexible comfort ideal for high-energy pursuits on the trail, pavement and slopes.
Specs about Swix New Cross Soft Shell Gloves - Insulated (For Men)
|Men||7.5 - 8||8.5 - 9||9.5 - 10||10.5 - 11|
|Women||5.5 - 6||6.5 - 7||7.5 - 8|
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 4-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Wetweatherglovewearer from Portland, OR on Tuesday, October 30, 2012I use these gloves for biking and just walking around town in Portland, OR. They're great; they fit really nicely, are stylish and warm enough for this area. The one draw back is that if things get really wet, the palms are not waterproof (The backs are moderately water resistant), so if the thing you're holding onto (handle bar grips, ski pole grips) is wet, the water will come through the palms.
- Best Uses: Casual Wear, Hiking/Running
- Cons: Not Waterproof
- Describe Yourself: Advanced
- Gear Usage: Cold Weather Living, Winter Sports
- Pros: Good Grip, Stylish, Warm
- Was this a gift?: No
Verified Buyer Reviewed by falconreid from Boulder, CO on Tuesday, March 13, 2012These aren't as warm as I'd hoped, but they do well enough. For pet owners beware, they collect pet hair very easily. Not as manuverable as my last pair, which I could use with my Nikon to take pictures. Still, I'm glad I've got them for walks and hiking.
- Best Uses: driving, Hiking, Walking
- Cons: Not as wind resistant
- Pros: Comfortable, Good grip, Stylish
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Pow Master from Oregon on Monday, March 12, 2012Good for spring skiing and alpine touring.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tag from Colorado on Monday, March 12, 2012Ski training wears through a lot of gloves. These are still new but look as if they will hold up well.
- Pros: Nice fit, Not too heavy