I don't get cold hands very easily and normally wear a lightweight glove exclusively, so I'm fine in this glove down to around 15 degrees. If you get cold hands, this glove might be okay to 25 degrees or so. It has some lightweight insulation. My biggest complaint is durability. The fabric material started fraying heavily after the first used, and has only gotten worse. The fraying is occurring primarily on the sides of the forefingers, because when you are closing the velcro wrist straps, it locks onto your fingers and pulls on the fabric. I suspect that these gloves won't last much longer than a season or two, but they are definitely adequate for the price, and they are nice looking and comfortable. You don't get any uncomfortable inner seams that you would get with some spring gloves, which is nice.