El Camino's in the West.
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you sent me the wrong product. I'm still waiting for the right one.....
The lining for these gloves are great. Warm, flexible and comfortable. Cute too so they're great for wearing around when you're not on the mountain. The gloves themselves were very warm and I didn't have a problem moving my fingers around to grip poles when skiing. They fit nicely over the ends of my jacket and were definitely worth the price!
is the removable liner like a second thinner...
is the removable liner like a second thinner glove or something? like the dakine sequoia ones?
Don't know about the Sequia's, but I have these and they do come with a thin liner. I actually wear the liners alone as around town-stick-in-your-pockets-just-in-case gloves. I thought the liners made the shells just a little too tight.
Everything you want & more
Took a chance on these after a miserable days on the slopes with frozen fingers. They have been a life saver. The gloves have style and function. My hands have been really warm, even without the great removable inserts that are included. Fits true to size. Highly recommended!
Ordered two pair for sister and niece to ski in Tahoo - they loved them and it was first time niece's hands were warm.
Camino Glove - Women's
After years of low end, cheap fleece gloves, I decided to upgrade to these. They did not disappoint! The black tapestry pattern is subtle and stylish. The liners are super useful for daily wear. The drawstrings keep out snow and drafty wind... Overall I am really happy I got these!
will these hold up under subzero temperatures...
will these hold up under subzero temperatures with strong wind chill?