Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by pierre best glove never purchase
I use this glove for downhill skiing. In january and february the temperature is frequently around - 20 celsius and I can keep my hand warm with this glove.
January 12, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Elizabeth So Far, Great!
I just gave these as a gift, and so far my brother is thrilled! I hope they continue to make his day!
January 5, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by KEN Does NOT meet state Temperature Range
Workmanship is excellent along with the dexterity these gloves provide. The removable liner & room for lightweight (150wt) liner, with the ability to dry the inner liner, and the temperature range are positive features that sold me on these gloves. What I do NOT like about the gloves AFTER using them is the temperature range that is stated in the TECH SPECS. I have use Soloist Glove extensively now for two years in Michigan when the temperatures ranged from 30/-5 °F, and have use gloves/mitts in temperatures that were colder in my younger days, so I feel I have a good USER temperature range that glove/mitts perform in. I would rate the temperature range that the Soloist Glove comfortably affords is more like 25/20 °F....if you want cold finger drop below 20 °F! In order for this glove to reach the stated Temperature Range: -15/15 °F I definitely would say need additional PrimaLoft One insulation throughout the glove is needed and the additional light wt wool liner thought my experience neither provides enough insulation to be a comfort benefit..
December 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Christopher Gets the job done.
I bought these for a research expedition to Antarctica. They are warm without being too bulky. They provide enough dexterity for everyday tasks outside. There is just enough space for a silkweight liner glove inside. I like that the removable liner gives me easy layering options.
December 4, 2013