Bikes are lame sometimes.
In the city or on the farm, the Coal Connors Fingerless Glove gives you the warmth and dexterity to manipulate important objects in your life. Finely woven acrylic feels silky soft against your skin as you pump your hand up and down in smooth, rapid-fire succession ... eventually that blown tire will hold air, push harder.
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I love how everything by Coal is amazingly soft and warm. These gloves are great for when you need some of your fingers, but need the rest of your hand warm. The opening is kind of long, they go up past my wrist, but hey, just more to warm right?
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They are a really lose weave so not all that warm of a glove and they easily get snagged. But true to the size and nice when it's the in-between full gloves and nothing especially when it comes to operating my touch screen phone.
Nice lite gloves
These gloves were exactly what I was expecting, a nice lite pair of fingerless gloves. I like that they are less heavy and itchy than wool yet still keep your hands as warm as you would expect them to. Ideal for spring or early fall alone and a good base for any heavier full glove if needed
After only 2 days of mild usage they have started to fall apart. In another week the thumbs will probably be entirely disconnected, and the frayed fingers will be torn to shreds.
However, they are comfy and warm. Too bad they are made so poorly.
Sure the tips of your fingers freeze but these gloves are so awesome to have on while still being able to use your fingers. They are warm and very comfy, when I put mine on I forget there on. really the only flaw I found is there tricky to get off.
i would like to order these for my man for...
i would like to order these for my man for xmas, but he typically wears (xl to) xxl size gloves, any guesses how these fit size wise?
Because they're stretchy, have no finger tips and are one size fits all, these gloves will fit your dude's hands no problemo.