Gore-Tex protection without blowing up your bank account.
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could the liner be worn by itself skiing...
could the liner be worn by itself skiing successfully
Ive used the liners in warm weather, like Timberline in summer, but they are not very water or windproof, or warm :-)...not a good idea for weather proftection
All I know...
First of all the only reason I am giving it 4 starts instead of 5 is because the sizing is a bit off. I have large hands and usually wear large gloves. I got the large and with the liner (as many others have mentioned) it is a little tight. Not overly tight, but snug. Without the liners they fit perfectly. I am the type of person who's hands always get cold even in mild temps. These are the first gloves I have ever owned that actually keep my hands warm. They are bulky just like any other glove, but I feel like I have enough dexterity to be able to preform normal tasks (except like texting or something) :) BOTTOM LINE: Great product + great price = GREAT GLOVE
Oh yea and btw it keeps rain and snow out. lol but what else do you expect from gore-tex
Very warm gloves with a linear in the inside. Only promblem is they are a little tight on your hands and the linears seams come into the finger holes and fells weird. But after a little bit you get use to it!
Great water proof gloves that keep my hands completely dry and warm. When the sun comes out the vents help to bring in some cool air to my hands. And now that spring time is rolling in, I've been using the underglove by itself as I ride through the warm days.
Keeps you dry, when not busting out
It was a good pair of gloves for the first 3/4 of the day, but after just one day of wearing them, I got a huge rip in the palm of the glove. No trees or any other reason could've caused the rip except the poor quality of the seams. Highly disappointed.
warmest hands ever
used these gloves for the first time at heavenly in almost freezing weather. hands stayed warm and dry the whole time and by mid-day, i removed the liners. many people are saying they are a small fit, but i find that to be true only with the liners.
I definitely would only use under-gloves anymore. they look so much cleaner thatn over-gloves circa the 1980's. These gloves are super tough and feel like you could hold lava. the Larges are a bit tight on me and i always wear Large. This is probably due to the nice removable lines included
With the liner these are great for single digit weather. With the liner out the microfleece lined shell is still comfy and allows for a spring glove. Probably 25+ weather. I have ridden in both cold and warm conditions and the glove excels. Great waterproofing as well and the cinch webbing on the wrist is good and still slides under the cuff.
I got these in Mocha for my husband and in Black Heather Diamond for me. My husband and I both wore these without liners during some HEAVY snow and they kept us both totally warm and dry! Even when we had our hands in the snow quite a bit!! I have a circulation disorder (Raynaud's) and usually can't even wear gloves because my hands get too cold, but not with these - and they could be even warmer with the liners and if you add a heat packet to the zip pouch on top of the hand. They are quite tight if you wear the liners, but the liners are a great glove to wear alone around town. If you want to wear the liners with the outer glove, I'd recommend you order a size up.
Burton Gore-Tex Under Glove
I picked up these gloves after a terrible experience with a pair of Pow gloves that lasted only about 2 months. I really like the gloves, although the L ended up being a little bulky for me, especially in the thumb. The liners are great and I haven't had any issues with snow getting in the gloves.
Toasty and dry, maybe a little small
Pretty good gloves. Keep my hands warm and dry, especially with the liners. Comfortable and durable. Seemed to run a little small to me - its tight fit if I have the liners in. The underglove feature makes them look good and discreet, but it is definitely possible to sometimes get snow up your sleeves if they arent completely sealed. Wrist straps prevent snow from entering gloves.
Didn't last long
these gloves were pretty cool, kept my hands dry and warm. however, the warranty just expired and i blew one of the fingers out. i spend a lot of time in the trees so it may be from a tree, but i have a pair of gordini mits that have lasted 4 years with similar abuse.
These gloves are really warm and keep your hands completely dry. I've worn them in everything from spring slush to 5 degree powder days, and my hands have never gotten cold. I usually need mitts to keep my hands warm on super-cold days, but I wanted to give these a try, and they worked great. With the liners they come with, my hands have never gotten cold. Good buy, not super expensive.