Seirus Men's All Weather Gloves

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Featuring Weather Shield fleece-lined fabric, Serius Innovation's All Weather Mens Glove provides you with optimal waterproof, windproof protection in a lightweight, warm construction. Built with a Weathershield membrane sandwiched between the outer shell and it's fleece lining, you are provided with a barrier against wind and water while keeping the interior of the glove warm. The outer nylon layer is tough yet flexible to allow complete dexterity while the reinforced Kev-Tech palm, thumb and forefinger provided abrasion-resistance and excellent grip. The Serius All Weather Mens Glove is the perfect addition to your winter wardrobe.


  • Comparable in warmth to a 200g insulated glove

Weather and Wind:

  • Seam-sealed windproof, waterproof, breathable liner
  • ProFit form-fitting insert is waterproof, windproof, and breathable with a natural fit that conforms to your shape
  • Knit cuffs help keep heat in and cold out


  • Comfortable, weather-sealing stretch NeoFleece® cuff


  • A breathable, 4-way stretch All Weather tri-laminate is sandwiched between the outer shell and fleece lining for warmth; seams are not sealed
  • Outer nylon layer is tough yet flexible to allow complete dexterity; fleece inner face is soft and warm against your skin

Lining and Layers:

  • Wicking microfleece inner lining keeps hands dry and warm


  • Durable 4-way stretch soft shell outer offers form-fitting performance


  • 100% waterproof and breathable with Weather Shield™ Xtreme

Traction and Grip:

  • Durable abrasion resistant palm gives you excellent grip


  • Stretch cuff is soft, easy to use, and locks out the elements
  • Four-way stretch for easy movement
  • Durable abrasion-resistant palm, thumb, and index finger
  • Proven durability
  • The original Soft Shell glove

Seirus Xtreme All Weather gloves look, feel, and fit like casual fleece gloves, but they keep you as warm and dry as any high-performance waterproof glove. The softshell exterior and waterproof, windproof insert combine to lock out the worst winter weather while giving you the softness and flexibility of fleece. Four-way stretch ensures these gloves easily bend and move with your hands, and a stretch cuff seals wind and snow out of the gloves. Finally, you can have it all.

Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Lightweight and versatile, the Seirus Xtreme All Weather Gloves are warm, waterproof, windproof, and breathable with a wicking fleece lining. A super comfortable all-weather stretch glove; ideal for skiing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.

Fiber Content: Shell: soft shell.
Lining: microfleece.
Country of Origin: Imported
Incredibly warm, unbelievably thin Xtreme All Weather Glove will keep you warm and nimble during the frosty season.
Pro•Fit form-fitting windproof, waterproof breathable glove.
Plush fleece inner lining wicks moisture away and traps warmth inside.
4-way stretch fabric makes for a super comfortable fit.
Seirus logo at cuff.
Side clips to keep the gloves together when you're not using them.

These Seirus All Weather gloves provide non-bulky warmth—perfect for any cold-weather sport or activity.


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Also available for: Women
Lining:Polyester fleece
Lining fabric:Polyester fleece
Palm:SoftGrip gives you a secure grip without sacrificing flexibility
Palm material:Unavailable
Removable liner:No
Shell:Softshell fleece for warm, flexible protection from the elements
Shell fabric:Nylon/breathable laminate
Weather Conditions:Snow
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Seirus All Weather Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Highly Effective when used Correctly

I have used these for years as part of my hand layering. I have worn them during sub-zero outings with -20 to -30 wind chill many times and find them highly useful. The thing to realize is if it's below 20 or so, these will NOT keep your hands warm alone. What they will do is allow you to remove mittens and adjust equipment for short periods without risk of front-bite.

For sub-zero outings, my total system consists of very thin glove liners, these gloves, and some off-brand waterproof mittens I got at a ski swap.

Most of the bad reviews for these focus on water penetration, but the comparison to cotton is not true. Yes, these gloves do get wet, but they do not hold water like cotton. I hiked 3 years around Seattle in heavy rain with these and they performed much better than any waterproof gloves I tried. This was mainly because in Seattle, you're just going to get wet. WP gloves eventually trap water (and sweat) inside the liner and become cold. These gloves hold a fraction of the water but shed the rest.

My only gripe about these is that they wear out very quickly. I find them only useful for 2-3 seasons of heavy use.
Hiker Stephen at REI on 03/03/2011

Great Dexterity/Not super warm

I live in the Pacific Northwest and picked-up a pair of these to keep my hands warm on long hikes and for general outdoor use. The product provides probably the best dexterity of any "mid-weight" glove I have ever owned. Really helpful when unloading backpacks at camp or getting together your food or fire. One thing to note is that this glove is not windproof or waterproof. It will keep your hands warm and help wick moisture but it is not a seam-sealed glove for alpine skiing or other colder activities. I would say the lower temperature limit on these gloves based on my experience would be around 25 degrees F. If you are looking for additional warmth but still want high dexterity give the Seirus Xtreme All Weather gloves a try, slightly more expansive but definately waterproof and can probably hand cold closer to 15 degrees F. All in all I am very happy with the Seirus All Weather glove...good bang for your buck, great crafstmanship and the glove can be used to do multiple things all while keeping your hands warm in mild-cold weather. Just be sure to note the limits of the glove and if it is viable for what activity you are buying it for.
Midwest-Northwest at REI on 01/01/2012

Begging to differ...

Before you get mad at a product and give it a bad review pay attention to what you're buying in the first place. The packaging says right on these gloves that they aren't seam sealed which means wind and water have a way to get through. Aside from the weakness in this area these gloves excel in all other ways. They are very warm during active outdoor activities in cold weather (not just walking to a friends house in the cold, actually doing something ie snowboarding, climbing etc.) They also allow almost full dexterity so your grip on your ice tool or rock ledge can be sure. They would even be good for working in cold weather, allowing full use of a hammer or other tools. Hunters could use them and still get a good grip on their rifle etc. They are versatile gloves is what I'm driving at. I use them throughout the winter, spring, summer and fall mostly for general mountaineering and 14er climbs. They also were my summit day gloves for Orizaba although we had uncommonly warm weather above 18,000 feet. I definitely recommend them despite the poor overall rating, just know what you are getting.
JB99 at REI on 10/10/2009

Good but not great

These could be great gloves, but they aren't. Decent, though. I've never, ever found a pair of great gloves, but these are pretty close. If you put them on BEFORE you go outside, when you're nice and warm, they do a decent job of keeping you warm. The wind cuts right through them, though, so they work best with a coat with pockets you can put your hand in when you're just standing or walking.

I love the fit and the way I can grip and manipulate things while wearing them -- if I'm patient, I can even tie shoelaces with them on! The one negative is that the seams (stitching) is on the inside and so large that they affect the fit. I bought a small because I wanted a very snug fit, but i'm starting to regret it because the seams make the glove seem too small.

If they made the gloves a little thicker below the fingertips to cut the wind and made the seams better, these would be great gloves.
MaineDude at REI on 01/01/2013

Know what you are buying...

I have a pair of these, which I will wear walking around town or short trails (knowing that the will get wet if I handle snow for too long). I've used them while skiing and under a shell mitten, and they work great. If I needed some extra dexterity, I could slip off the shell, while my hands kept warm, and the shell protected the inner glove the rest of the time. If you are looking for a truly weatherproof glove for [$], good luck! These make a great liner glove, and allow a ton of dexterity when used on their own.I definitely agree with the other reviewer who said you should know what you are buying... BUT...The only thing I will say is that I had to take off a star for the name of the product. When you read the description of the glove, it is apparent what it should and shouldn't be used for, but the 'all-weather' in the name of the product could definitely throw some people off.
Jersey Hiker at REI on 09/09/2010

Great Glove, Know What You're Buying!

Seriously, I can't even begin to believe why the cumulative reviews have these gloves rated at a 2. These gloves are great, if you're using them for what they are intended to be used for. They clearly state that they are NOT seam sealed. They repel water just fine, and a pretty good deal of it at that. Wind proofedness is great. The warmth? Fantastic. Durability is a plus, and they allow you to handle anything from the buckles on your gaiters and crampons to your ice axe and trekking poles.

Overall it's a great glove, but it's not bomb proof. I tend to use mine a lot when the weather is cold and dry, or when I'm in the snow. I never have to remove them when working with my gear, I can do everything with them on that I can with them off.

Plus, they aren't a bad looking glove, either!
Erik S at REI on 03/03/2011

Bottom line: they get the job done!

I've had these gloves for about 5 years. That's 5 cold New England winters, not too mention our record breaking winter storm that just past earlier this year . And throught it all, these gloves have kept my hands dry and warm 90% of the time. The only time your going to have cold hands is if you are standing motionless in <30 degree weather or if you decide to get into a snowball fight with these gloves. I use these in the cold mornings when my truck is still not quite warm in 20-30 degree weather. They are fantastic for shoveling and retain body heat really well. I would imagine they'd be great for some winter activities, which is what they were intended for. Bottom line: they get the job done! Considering they are not big & bulky but thin and even stylish they are a great choice for the typical New Englander.
Just your average New Englander at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2013


These things are great. When I first saw the picture - I thought no way those are waterproof/breathable/windproof. But I bought them and first thing I did was put them on and turn on the sink. Then I stuck my hand in a bucket of water. These things really are waterproof. Not as breathable as I hoped they were, but good enough. I plan on using these for winter hiking and climbing when its not cold enough for mitt or over glove. I'm also going to use them when on drill status for the army and I'm out in the field.

side note on the sizing. It felt a little too large - but just on the thumb. There was like 1/8 inch too much material while my other fingers were tight. I tried on a medium, but it felt way too constrictive, so I just went with the large.
rick at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2008

Perfect for what I needed

I bought these gloves because I needed a glove that was warm, but could fit in my dslr hand strap for when I'm shooting in winter months. A few of the other makers do have models like this, but I found that these gloves gave the best warmth and least amount of bulk. I definetly wouldn't use these in a backcountry hiking situation, but they work perfectly for me during trips to NYC in the winter when I have my camera with me. The above reviews are spot on about the warmth down below 30 degrees. Your fingers might start to feel the wind. For me, there isn't really that much discomfort where i'm second guessing the purchase. It's 28 degrees in CT right now, and the gloves are fine, any colder, they might not be the warmest things.
C in CT at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2009

Warm and not bulky

Nice all around glove. Good for temps down to the mid teens, somewhere around -10 if you prefer the Celsius scale. Lower than that you'll want something a bit thicker. Bought them mainly for travel as they are not bulky, and fit in a jacket pocket. They do a good job of keeping out moisture and wind although I wasn't making snowballs with them. Haven't had them long enough to find any cons or how they wear, when the temp starts hovering around 0F about all they'll do is keep your hands from freezing off at a bus stop, and you'd be wise to ask yourself why you're standing outside to begin with. For the my intended use best glove I found.
Gregbeltran at REI on 01/01/2014

Negative Reviews:

Not waterproof or warm

Leaked first time out while Grouse hunting with heavy rain coming down. Got real cold hands, then they wouldn't dry out even when set on top of the truck defroster on full blast. Stayed wet the rest of the day. Thought maybe it was just real wet that day. Tried them again today on a trail run/walk with early October wet snow coming down. Not snowing that hard. Leaked after just a few minutes of wet snow melting and running down my waterproof RedLedge Jacket. They barely got wet and the thumb and pointer finger started leaking wet thru. Leaking thru all the seams almost instantly. I called Seirus and they said read the fine print on the back, the seams aren't sealed. Yes it did say that. I would have had a hard time noticing that small print. Then why does the package say waterproof/windproof in huge lettering on the front? They do feel good when it is just slightly cool and dry. Not windproof either. I am going to take these back and the pair I bought my wife. I may still try the Seirus Xtreme version which Seirus did say has sealed seams and costs [$]
Siggdealer at REI on 10/10/2007

Not for cold weather; not waterproof

I purchased these gloves because I needed a pair in a hurry for work that were cold-weather rated, durable, were waterproof and allowed for a moderate degree of dexterity. The gloves are comfortable, have strong cuffs, allow me to write legibly and are easy to wash, but I found them to be lacking in their ability to keep my hands warm in temperatures below 45 degrees F, especially with a wind chill. The packaging also said they are waterproof, but they're not (interesting that the REI website says they're not). I use the gloves while boating in cold weather, but still find my fingers freezing. The gloves hold up well to weekly washing, but the logo on the back of the hand washed off after two washes. They probably would be great for casual use, but they don't fully work for what I need them for.
Jeanine at REI on 12/12/2011

Don't buy these please

Wow, one of the most disappointing products I have ever purchased, and I mean ever!

First,lets talk about what they claim! Waterproof, No! Windproof, no! Warm, No! Horribly advertised!

I am an avid backpacker in the PNW and I camp year round. I was looking for a decent weatherproof, waterproof fleece lined glove that would help shed the elements of the cold rain, but also off ability to grip without being a bulky glove.

I understand not all products are perfect, but this product is not as advertised. They got wet in the rain and once they got wet it took them 3 days to my house! Now imagine how long it would take to dry outdoors. I am on my way to REI as we speak to return them.
biocoug at REI on 03/03/2012

Don't recommend

These gloves are advertised as waterproof and windproof but I found neither to be true. The salesman said that they would keep me dry as long I didn't stick my hand in a bucket of water (definately not true).

I first tried these gloves out on a few windy days and although the wind at first didn't pierce through the glove they also did not keep my fingers that warm.

I next tried them out snowboarding. After half a day of boarding they were soaked through including my liners. This wasn't just a little bit of moisture through the seams but through the palm and top of the glove too.

I'm going to return these soon and hopefully find a better glove that will keep my hands warm.
J_B at REI on 01/01/2010


I bought a pair of these in tech school back in Texas during the winter there. Thought it would be warm and dry seeing as how much they were there.

Was pretty much wrong with that assumption. These gloves were warm for about a couple minutes once I got outside into the cold. Always lost feeling in my fingers wearing them. Thought they would at least be windproof though but when I got back to Chicago and rode a bike with them I could feel the wind go right through them.

All in all they were just a waste of money. I ended up just using them while playing paintball and later on the stitching tore so I ended up just tossing them.
M. Butta at REI on 10/10/2008

Not waterproof today in the Berkeley rai

I ride my bike around town. I wear the pvc rain suit and use a Sealine pvc backpack. I never bothered about keeping my hands dry before, so I thought I would try this year.

Within a few blocks of the house toward the university, my fingers already became wet. Sure, it was raining, but not pouring.

I was hoping these gloves would be waterproof because they are comfortable and easy to stuff in a pocket. I had also hoped to use them as an extra barrier under my motorcycle gloves.

I will definitely return these and try a different brand of waterproof gloves. Good luck to you.
Puputan at REI on 02/02/2010

Not Waterproof

While these are fairly warm and lightweight - allowing you to use your hands while wearing them - they are NOT waterproof. They are water resistant, but if any pressure is applied to the glove, such as by making a fist, water enters not only the seams but also through the main body of the glove. I tested them by walking about 3.5 miles during a Nor'Easter today - there was mixed rain and snow, vertical snow and high winds. About 20 minutes into the exposure, the interior of the glove began to become wet, and by 40 minutes, they were both soaked all the way through.
Michael at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 10/10/2011

Good look, lousy performance

Our skipper had some of these, and he has Reynaud's syndrome, so I took it as an endorsement. I tried them on at the store; they looked and felt pretty good, nice fit, good sensitivity. It took only one wet and windy sail on SF Bay to convince the skipper and me that these gloves are NOT warm, NOT "water-resistant" as the hang tag claimed, and NOT worth the premium over WestMarine's basic three-season gloves. Oh, and when I had to tail a jib sheet in a semi-emergency tack, I could not get a grip. Mega-bummer. I'm taking them back. So is the skipper.
dmax1221 at REI on 01/01/2010


I tried on the large in store and thought they felt a little snug, even though I was sized for a large. Decided to go home and order them online in an XL instead because I thought they would be perfect for what I was using them for. Unfortunately the XL was still much too tight in the fingers and it was still difficult to make a fist. They are much too stiff, and I think their sizing is off. I was displeased because I was looking forward to a lightweight waterproof glove that I could use for snowshoeing. To no avail.
peaks46 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2013

Not warm at all

I've used these gloves a few times during hiking excursions and just wearing them around during this winter. They have never kept my hands warm and I finally took them back and exchanged them this evening. They may repel some water, but that's no use if you're hands are cold anyway. I wouldn't recommend these for any use: some people have said they're okay for shoveling your driveway, etc, but if that's all you're going to use them for you'd be better off buying a ten dollar pair of cheap gloves - do not spend your money on these.
rckclmbr85 at REI on 02/02/2008

Neutral Reviews:

Barely Water Resistant, But Warm

I bought these at an REI store because they felt very comfortable and the packaging said they were waterproof. Yes, the product also said the seams weren't sealed, but so what - don't advertise a product as waterproof if it isn't. The manufacturer's catalogue is also somewhat confusing - the cover page for all of the All-Wather Glove lines says "windproof, waterproof, breathable membrane." But the detailed product description on the next page of the catalog says "windproof, water-resistant . ." But later in the same page it says "water repellant." No it is not. Fortunately, the REI spec page speaks the truth, and says it is not water repellant.

Last weekend I used the gloves while hiking through a light rain for a couple of hours, and my hands were wet (and cold, in the 45 degree weather) afterwards. I was really surprised how quickly they became wet. Later, I wore a dry glove and ran the back of my hand under a shower with medium water pressure and my hand became wet in just a few seconds.

So, I'm mainly disappointed because they are not as advertised. However, I actually think they work very well in DRY above-freezing conditions as I encountered before the rain last week. I think they will be especially good for bike commutes because they are form-fitting, not too bulky, and otherwise comfortable. I just wish they were waterproof, or at least more strongly water-resistant.
JackStrong at REI on 11/11/2010

Good glove when it's above freezing

I was trying to find a glove that was waterproof and windproof for my bike rides into work, but one that would also let me retain needed dexterity for gear shifting and breaking. I came across which claimed to be the warmest, thinnest glove around.

They fit great. Very snug and nearly full dexterity. But when it's below 30, and especially when it's below 20, my hands were so cold they were hurting when I got into work after my bike ride in. Needless to say I was disappointed.

If you're looking for a glove that will keep your hands warm when biking under 30 degree weather these gloves probably aren't for you. However, if you want a warm glove that's mostly weatherproof when it's above 30, I'd highly recommend these mainly because out of all the gloves I've worn, these have the best dexterity.
crodriguez at REI on 01/01/2013

&quot;I can't feel my fingers&quot;

These are non-seam-sealed gloves that are nice against wind but not rain or snow; if seam-sealed, they wouldn't bend or stretch well. And, last week, my wife, 12-year old daughter and myself went hiking in Shenandoah National Park. The first day we were there, we had 2" of snow, and then cold rain at 35-40 degrees F all day. We all wore these gloves in likely the most extreme conditions for them. My wife and I did fair, but my daughter's fingers were numb most of the trip. The Weather Shield material is stretchy, but not stretchy enough, and maybe a fight tight, and I think it restricted bloodflow to my daughter's fingers. Nice general wind-resistant gloves. Not suitable for "hypothermia weather" though. Sealskinz or mittens would have been better.
Keith Conover at REI on 10/10/2011

Comfy, not bulky, warm, avoid water

Use: wear when scraping ice or removing dew from car windshield. Driving. Running or walking in cool weather (30s to 50s). Officiating soccer matches in cool weather.

Like: comfort, relatively thin, yet warm. Material has some "grip."

Poor: I was attracted to these gloves because the label said "waterproof" (but in tiny print, "seams not sealed"). I don't know if the problem was the material or the seams, but I wore them this week for two soccer matches (about 3 hours in a row) during which it was rainy. The gloves were SOAKED all the way through and my hands got very cold.

I will still wear the gloves in relatively non-wet situations.
Alan the soccer ref at REI on 03/03/2011

ok for cool &amp; damp, not cold &amp; wet

These do seem to be mostly waterproof for short spurts, but the "breathable" feature ends up letting dampness in if you're outside in wet weather for a long time. Also, these are lightweight gloves not good for weather below the low 40s or so. The inside liner detached on my pair, so when they get damp the liner sticks to my hand and comes out when I try to take the glove off. They don't live up to the title of "Xtreme all weather gloves", but they would be good for cool weather outdoor activities when it's damp but not a heavy rain.
Rob the triathlete at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 04/04/2009

Would not buy this product again.

Well... I have only myself to blame for this purchase. If you are looking for a pair of very versatile gloves that are warm, water resistant/proof, and windproof then keep looking. As for me, I'm doing my research next time.

Note: After owning the gloves for a year I feel they are good for temperatures above 25-30 degrees with low activity; anything lower than that and they're worthless. If you are using them in high activity you better hope your hands do not sweat because these things get freezing with any water or perspiration.
mikey the guy at REI on 11/11/2011

Good concept, needs a little work

The gloves are waterproof, from what I can tell. Windproof -- not sure, your hands will get cold in them if they are exposed to cold wind. I used these on the first day of a Presidential traverse this month (Jan.). It was single digits, and the gloves were warm to begin with but the fingers are too tight and limited circulation to my hands. I had to put them away. Not a good glove for extreme cold weather, but still a good general purpose glove.
tim at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2009

Just average

I would recommend using these gloves for the average person for regular winter day to day living, i.e. cleaning snow off the car, loading/unloading groceries, shoveling your driveway. I would not recommend these to snowboarders or avid snow shoers. The wind cut through these with ease and slush will absolutely drench these gloves. The only pros are that they have exceptional grip and fit better than most gloves. If these gloves were a little bit cheaper i would recommend these to everyone.
rayray12 at REI on 12/12/2007

Works for me

Plan on using this glove for cold weather riding
johno at REI on 06/06/2012