Customer Reviews Of:
Jacob Ash Hot Shot Torch Windstopper® Gloves - XSF Stretch Fleece (For Men)

Closeouts. When dexterity is key, you'll love the low-bulk fit of Jacob Ash Hot Shot's Torch gloves, made from extreme stretch fleece fortified by Gore Windstopper® technology for warmth on most winter days.

Average Rating based on 12 reviews 3.833333 0 5
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jeremy from Colorado on Wednesday, April 20, 2016
    Great glove for spring time conditions; kept my hands dry
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Claybay from Texas on Monday, November 16, 2015
    These gloves fit snugly and are very warm, even in cold winds. The grippy dots help you hold onto stuff, even icy stuff.
    I thought these would make great "goalie" gloves...alas, I wax nostalgic. Sierra Trdg has THE best closeouts!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jay in from SLC on Friday, January 2, 2015
    Well, they fit reasonably well. I'm not happy with the end of the thumbs though. The material length for my fingers are just right,but the thumbs are too long. It looks like they both have their own papal tiaras. I haven't tested them in the cold and wet yet. Maybe the performance will make up for the poor fit.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Anonymous from Portland, OR on Tuesday, December 16, 2014
    Before I get into this glove rating, you need to know that I generally have cold fingers in most gloves. The name of this one, "Hot Shot Torch" seemed to be the answer to my ongoing problem but they were not.

    First off, the fit was snug and my initial impression was that they may be the end to my search for the toastiest glove.

    However, the first weakness appeared shortly after walking around with them: The thumb liner and the exterior did not align. This resulted in the outer layer being about 1/2 inch longer and the extra material sort of hanging above my thumb. So even though I considered I needed to have ape thumbs, I still thought the design would be good enough.

    The second problem came after my first ride down a 1/2 stretch of sustained downhill. The "windproof" part seemed to work as I felt no wind, but my hands seemed to be getting colder. In fact, upon taking them off, my hands seemed to start warming up again. I've had this problem with _____proof gloves before so it may be the whole idea of windproofing the fingers: Your fingers don't breathe so the clamminess makes them cold(er).

    You may have better results than me due to my overall physiology, but I sent these back and will continue my search.
  • Reviewed by Trekker Tim from Colorado on Wednesday, November 19, 2014
    These gloves are great. I wear them when the temps dip below 20 F, and they keep my fingers plenty warm, without being bulky. The grip is super grippy, and it doesn't wear off of the glove easily. These are a great deal!
  • Reviewed by Lt Bird from Ohio on Wednesday, January 22, 2014
    I bought these gloves for their dexterity and got the most grippy gloves I have ever owned! The palms and fingers are coated with a plastic gripping material that is very effective. The gloves are not built for warmth, per se, but are good for protection in cold weather as long as you keep working.
  • Reviewed by Dusty from Tennessee on Monday, December 23, 2013
    My husband loves them.
  • Reviewed by Dynogyno from West grove pa on Wednesday, October 30, 2013
    Palms are weird foil-like stuff. XL ran small.
  • Reviewed by ruister from ruister on Saturday, October 26, 2013
    Warm, wind proof, and very wind resistant. I haven't had them out in the rain, but otherwise they do the job. Previous reviewers had suggested that they are small so I ordered XL, but now they are a time bit too large, but nothing worth returning them for. Can't think of a better value in lightweight gloves.
  • Reviewed by WilliefromLI from Commack, NY on Wednesday, January 23, 2013
    This is the first time I've ever had to return an STP purchased item. After wearing these gloves only four times, the seam on the right forefinger separated. It sort of defeats the purpose of a windstopper glove when that happens.
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