Bust out the Factory Winter Glove when you want to cover your fingers with handwear that's more moto-inspired than your massive mittens. A tough leather shell protects your hands, insulation fends off the cold, a Gore-Tex membrane keeps everything dry, and the stretch cuffs seal the whole deal off at your wrists. Unless it's nuking beyond belief, this is the choice of Oakley's winter pro team.
- Leather and stretch softshell means flex, durability, and protection for your fingers
- Stretch material and tri-curve finger shape provides all the dexterity you need to grab buckles and gear
- Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane keeps your hand dry when wet weather strikes
- Thinsulate insulation is non-bulky, lightweight, and toasty warm
- Nosewipe keeps your upper lip from looking like a melting iceberg
Share your thoughts
Fits like.. um... a glove!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I used these as a back-up glove this weekend hiking in CO. The waterproof and durability held up as a backup to my fiancee's alleged water proof North Face gloves that failed.
Warm, durable during our post-holing trek up towards Grays and Torreys peaks - and I'm thankful that I thought to grab them as a last resort should my gloves give out.
I'm very happy that I had these - well, I know my fiancee is really happy that I had them!
I'm surprised by the other review because I love mine. Super durable and flexible enough for me to mess around with stuff in my pockets. I usually like mittens for a little more warmth but I hate feeling like I'm baking something in the kitchen.I just wear a thin liner to keep my hands toasty. So far all the stitching has held up and after tearing my last 3 pairs of gloves where the pad meets the thumb, I'm really stoked about the quality of these gloves for their price.
OAKLEY - BIG LETDOWN
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've always thought highly of Oakley products, but this time Oaklely was a big letdown. I have Oakley prescription glasses, Oakley Motility Jacket, Oakley winter beanie; so you can see that I'm a big Oakley fan. Like I said this time Oakley was a big letdown. I purchased the Oakley Factory Winter Gloves (jet black); the lining on the left glove was not put in correctly, it did not line up with the fingers, so at first it was difficult to put on the left glove. The right glove at first was fine, but after a couple of times of use I notice that the stitching came apart around the thumb area. I ended it up having to repair it. I should have returned the gloves, but I didn't want to go through the hassle. I'm just glad that I didn't pay full price for them ($58.50), but if I would of paid the full price of $90.00 I would have definitely returned them. I have lost some of my confident in Oakley products.