Cabela's Data-Tip Dry-Plus Insulated Gloves

Priced: $69.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Data-Tip Dry-Plus Insulated Gloves -
Ever tried to do anything on your touch-screen phone or other device with gloves on? It’s pretty much impossible. Take off one glove and dangle it from your mouth while attempting to complete your task, and soon you can no longer feel your hand. While trying to warm one hand, your expensive electronic device slips out of the other! With our Data-Tip Gloves, you can leave your gloves on and navigate your touch screen. 100% nylon shells with Dry-Plus 100% waterproof, breathable inserts. 200-gram Thinsulate™ Insulation. Adjustable wrist straps and gauntlet. Touch-screen functionality with TouchTec® leather. Machine washable. Imported.
Sizes: S-2XL.
Color: Black.
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Cabela's Data-Tip Dry-Plus Insulated Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Nice Gloves

I'm always leery about purchasing gloves over the internet. Most gloves don't seem to fit me. Using Cabela's measurement guide, my hands are 8 1/2' around. This translates to a size medium - the size I normally purchase. There seems to be a missing 1/2" between sizes. My hands fit nicely inside with a little room left over. Not too tight or loose.
I have short fingers (3 1/2" index finger from knuckle) and there is still a 1/2" of room and the end of each finger. Not too much and not too little.
This morning there was 4" of snow on my truck and the temp was 22 degF. The gloves worked like a charm for the 15 min I was standing outside.
As for skiing or colder temps, I've had very similar gloves (just replaced almost an identical set from another company with Thinsulate) and my fingers did get a little cold skiing, but a glove insert helped to take care of that without making the glove too stiff and bulky. I can handle the cold better than most. If you can't handle the cold for very long, then these gloves would be great for snow blowing, a little shoveling or clearing the snow off the car, walking from the parking lot to the mall, but not much more. You may want bulkier gloves then, but it would be very hard to shovel, snow blow or hold ski poles.
These gloves are an excellent compromise to warmth vs bulk.
OutDoorsInColorado at Cabelas on 10/25/2012

Surprised

They might be a little thin for a true cold weather ski glove, but I was pleasantly surprised at how they worked with the iPhone. Although the fingers are thick as expected, the very tip of the finger can be used for discrete picks from the iPhone screen. These will be my go-to glove for off-mountain at night in the very cold resort towns. My hand measures 9" but my fingers are long so I usually have to go up a size, however the 9 to 9.5 size is perfect for me. In too hot weather, they did get a bit wet inside but dry very quickly and breath well. All-in-all, I am happy with the fit and the excellent dexterity considering how insulated they are. Good bye foil tipped gloves and the uncomfortable seams caused by the extra material in the finger tips. Cabela has a winner here!
Superboar at Cabelas on 01/06/2013

good gloves

My only problem with these gloves was the wear areas are vynil instead of leather other wise they are very good gloves keep my hands very warm.
ZmanDenny at Cabelas on 05/07/2013

Negative Reviews:

Average gloves

The gloves do not keep my hands warm, unless you put liners inside the glove. You could use them in cooler weather, but not in tempeatures below 20 degrees.
MountainManCave at Cabelas on 02/19/2013