"Mountain Hardwear Should Make Powerstrech for Women"
I tried to get these as a gift for my wife, but they were too large (Men's small).She really likes my PowerStretch gloves, and these matched her coat, but in the end, I have to return/exchange them for something else.Boo.
These are just what I was looking for. A small glove to wear around camp and while cooking if I need to. Nothing fancy or too heavy in fabric. I've had similar gloves to these from North Face and I have to say that all of my North Face ones have held up really nicely after alot of abuse so I'm hoping these do the same since I'm a bigger fan on MH over NF!
"Don't waste your money. Lack of quality is an extreme disappointment."
Don't waste your money. Stitching in fingers let go during first wearing while shoveling. Unfortunately, I can't return them because they are not re-sellable. Maybe I should send them back to Mountain Hardware and ask them if they would wear them on a climbing trek. If they stand by their product, they surely would.
it keeps your hands warm under -10C. Very light and stylish in my opinion. the only problem is that it is so light sometime I forgot where i put it.it provides good fit so it can serve as a good liner too.
Like to carry these around in the winter time in case my hands get cold. They're not the warmest things out there, but they sure are nice to have in the back pocket or something. I use them for around town stuff, not really camping or anything. Was shoveling snow with them and they are pilling like crazy because of abrasion against the shovel handle....still using them.
Actually I still use the first pair for around the house chores. You can flick a Bic lighter while wearing these. But still warm and moisture wicking. The only hole I have put in these were from a mouse in a shelter on the AT. They are meant to be glove liners but are perfect alone for any dry day above 20 deg.