Merino wool, so soft, warm, breatheable. I really like these mitts more than any other I've owned (I'm more of a glove guy), but I wish they weren't one-size-fits-all, as it m…
- David, 05/22/13
These work well in the mid 20F and under range. May be too hot for higher temps depending on your fingers. Nice knit , typical Icebreaker soft comfortable texture. I have a…
- Marc, 12/27/13
I'm in love with merino wool, and these gloves are exactly what I was looking for to keep my hands warm while looking stylish in the icy Canadian winter. I also own the mitt v…
- David, 05/22/13
These liners are really great. Thin and form fitting enough to put under just about any regular glove (even under some other gloves that claim to be liners!). The merino wool…
- Chris, 01/17/14
These gloves do their job. But the quality is not great. I have the in my mitts as an extra layer and for that they do just fine. If you use them as running gloves or somethin…
- Daniel, 11/02/13
It's that time of year again. Except this time there's legit no way the kids on Perry Street are winning the neighborhood snowball fight. Why? Because you got your team Icebreaker-clad with the best gloves known to man.
Smooth to pull on and take off and complete with grippy palms, these incredibly warm Icebreaker gloves mean business when it comes to keeping the digits nice and toasty in those chilly temps. Also check out Icebreaker glove liners to wear under your shell gloves or mitts on super cold days.
Seriously though, with the form-fit, grippies, and toastiness, I honestly can't think of a better glove for snow-related construction, whether it's an igloo with the kids or knocking down your neighbor's snowman so yours can be the nicest on the block. I obviously have neighbor issues.