|Claimed Weight:||3 oz|
|Material:||[body] Polartec Wind Pro (polyester), Polartec Power Stretch Hardface (88% polyester, 12% elastane), [palm and fingers] silicon coating, [wrist] lycra|
|Recommended Use:||ski touring, snowshoeing, hiking, liner glove|
So these gloves are really great! I know that people like to write really long reviews on this site, but I like to keep it simple. You could use these gloves anytime that you would traditionally use a fleece glove. The advantage is that they will shed light moisture and have a fantastic grip. I have field tested these gloves and I would suggest them to anyone. They run true to size.
There are lots of good glove liners out there, but many of the warm ones (thicker fleece) are bulky and many of the thin liners don't have enough substance when it counts. On days below 5 degrees, I pair these (thin, warm) with a pair of Kinco gloves (cheap, durable) and find hand-heaven. On skins up when windchill threatens the digits, these do the trick by themselves.