Designed to fit a woman's smaller hand proportions. Snug fitting, Heavyweight Wool Stretch glove keeps hands warm when cold and wet. Wool/polyester/nylon fabric combines the best qualities of natural and synthetic fibers. Wool is soft & warm, while lightweight polyester sheds water easily, and nylon adds durability. Ideal for high aerobic, cold weather sports.
Snug-fitting, Wool/Poly stretch fabric keeps hands warm when it's wet and cold
Designed to fit a woman's smaller hand proportions.
Flat-lock construction for a seamless fit
Welded palm and finger patches add wear resistance and enhance grip
Wear alone or use as a liner.
Snug fitting, heavyweight wool stretch glove keeps hands warm when cold and wet.
OK Gloves They don't keep my hands warm. I tried them in not-too-cold weather (40s). February 24, 2014
Cold hands - NOT! This liner glove solved my cold hands problem. I wear big mitts with wool liners, but these are heavier and warmer than any other liners I could find and much less bulky than fleece. They are a very snug fit, but that helps me fit them into the over-mitts (not MH, but thinner with fleece lining). Due to my job at the ski resort I am always pulling my hands out of my gloves to do something and with these liners my hands don't get cold before I get to put them back into the mitts. January 16, 2014
great gloves Love these! They are perfect for driving. Not for cold cold weather outside. I live in AK and walk my dog late at night in cold weather and they are not warm enough for that but are good for driving in vehicle and running quick errands November 24, 2013
Nice gloves Not as warm as I was hoping. They are tight fitting so have great dexterity. February 19, 2013
Perfect fit! The size is perfect, snug around the wrist to keep the cold out, and comfortable. January 11, 2013
The best MH gloves I have several MH gloves. For warmth, wind resistance and practical use, these are my favorite. I think they are warmer than the heavy weight power stretch. Even when they're wet and the wind is blowing, and I'm out for a run or hike I would prefer them. In really inclement weather I'd wear a waterproof mitten over them. On their own, I can use my fingers for zippers, carabiners, keys, dog leash clips, operating a camera -- no problem. Another bonus, they aren't dog hair magnets like a lot of fabrics.MH gloves fit snug, and have the best fit of any glove I've tried. The fingers are articulated and precise, and they're molded to a hand shape. Regarding getting the right fit, I recommend you try them on in a store. My hand is 7 1/2 acround the knuckles and my fingers are slim. The M fit great around my palm but the snugness on my fingers took some getting used to. They seem to have loosened just a tad over time and now are perfect. I'm going to get them in black, too, because I wear them every cold day. December 18, 2012
Snugness is Good Good glove for those who actually use their hands in cool weather. I bought a pair to allow photography at around freezing temperatures while allowing me to work most controls. My wife expressed envy so I got a pair for her. These are snug fitting glove which takes an extra moment to put on or off, but that snugness is what allows us to work with our hands. The texture on select fingers also aids the process. December 11, 2012
These gloves are unique The gloves are unique in that they are warm even when wet, but not bulky. I was able to grip my walking poles easily while wearing these gloves. August 27, 2012
Great everyday gloves I have cold hands so I put on gloves to drive the car, go for a walk, or just to step outside. These are perfect for everyday wear. They are warm and have great dexterity. The only thing that is weird is the forefinger you can feel the seam but all the other fingers have flat seams and you don't feel it. I love that they are not bulky and I can throw them in my coat pocket for an emergency glove. January 25, 2012