Cabela's Power Stretch Liner Gloves

Priced: $29.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Power Stretch Liner Gloves -
Data-Tip Touch forefingers and thumbs let you work your touch-screen device without exposing hands. Polartec® Power Stretch delivers warmth, breathable moisture-wicking comfort, and its four-way stretch provides easy movement. Imported.
Sizes: SM-2XL.
Camo patterns:Realtree AP™, Realtree XTRA®.
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Cabela's Power Stretch Liner Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

What I wanted

I wanted some gloves I could wear that would provide some warmth during the cold mornings while I'm sitting around waiting for the deer to come out. I purchased them after the season but have worn them on some cold mornings at work and was happy about my purchase. Looking forward to using them next season. I would recommend them for sure and actually have already.
PapaBear40 at Cabelas on 12/17/2013

nice gloves

i like these gloves as liners, or on a mild- cool day. Can do most things with them . I keep losing them , thats the only drawback.
cselden at Cabelas on 12/24/2013

Negative Reviews:

Comfy, but don't work!!

I've had these gloves for about a month. They fit well, look nice and are comfortable...but the "e-tip" fingertips stopped working after about 3 weeks. I work outdoors and need a thin glove that protects my hands but lets me use a pen, keys, switches, etc, and my work iPhone. I was excited at first cause all I wanted them to do was let me answer the phone with my gloves on. And they did that...for only 3 weeks.
ckelly at Cabelas on 02/02/2014

Neutral Reviews:

It works...

In summary, it works... details below. I was looking for the new UnderArmor liner gloves. These were on sale for half the price. I thought I would give them a try, and they seem to work OK. History: I use the UA gloves as an under-glove for work, and an all-around glove for everyday wear. I need a glove that lets me hold steel or other quipment sitting outside in freezing temperatures for quick manipulation, yet slender enough to fit in my pocket when reaching for keys or slip under bigger gloves. My UA liner gloves are a little cold for everyday outdoor use and after a couple years developed a hole in the fingertip. I thought these Cabelas would be better for a tiny bit more insulation.... and they were. I like the nose drip and data tip extras on this glove. The new UA glove has neither. I've only used the gloves for one day, but the data tip worked on my phone. This helps a lot, as answering the phone while working outside meant freezing my fingers and manipulating my gloves on and off. Minus two stars for fit and finish. I love UA's gauntlet length. I really miss it on Cabelas glove. The UA liner glove also give me a more secure fit, since it's hard to find good fitting gloves with my long, slender fingers. The Cabelas glove feels like it is too short on my palm because the gauntlet isn't long or tight enough to keep it further down on my wrist. Yes I tried the different sizes. Last, the material and stitching makes me believe these are for light use. Although, it was similar to the UA liner gloves I like. All in all, it works for my intended purposes. I gave up fit for slightly increased warmth and data tip usability. I doubt this glove will last me more than 3 years, but on the half price sale, as a liner glove, it was worth it.
Valuegear at Cabelas on 02/07/2014