Womens Gloves and Mitts"
These gloves are good for outdoor activites if the air temperature is above 20 degrees F. Below this temperature and the hands start getting cold. If working/playing in the sn…
- Jeff, 09/19/13
These gloves are the ultimate accessory to any northface outerwear, especially the denali. They are comfy and SUPER warm!…
- Rebecca, 01/10/12
I'm notorious for misplacing my gloves every winter, so the wrist wraps have been extremely helpful with this problematic problem! I'm 5'3" and 125lbs - I ordered a size small…
- Robin, 02/03/14
but as it turns out, they're pretty warm too. well, as warm as fingerless handwarmers can be. and they're cute. someone asked me if i knitted them myself. i lied and said…
- danielle, 01/03/14
These gloves are great for any outdoor activity. Grip allows easy handling. Do not worry if you accidentally fall into a river that you are crossing because these puppies dry…
- sarah, 01/18/14
They are beautiful and well thought out, but just too itchy. Being acrylic fabric, I didn't imagine that they would be itchy, wool maybe. I plan on returning these. I love…
- Kathleen, 10/15/13
This is one very warm pair of gloves. I have long fingers and sometimes have difficulty with gloves. I got the large and these fit perfectly!…
- Colette, 12/26/11
Fits like a glove. No pun intended. Great workmanship, warm, not bulky. Moosejaw is awesome and sent my item out faster than indicated. One problem, took me more time to f…
- STEPH, 12/22/07
I use these ice climbing as liners in mitts and for really cold days, other gloves. They're great! Also use them as light gloves for hiking and xc skiing, good stuff!…
- Katrina, 02/05/14
I was looking for a lightweight pair of gloves for my mother to take on an upcoming trek through the lower AT and stumbled upon these. Her fingers get cold fairly easily and s…
- Ailine, 02/25/13
Not bulky. Easy to operate touch screen with.
Well put together. Actually fit really well. Other touchscreen gloves I have seen look like mittens, or don't have a…
- Gene, 01/22/12
To be honest, I thought from the description that these would be a light fleece glove with Windstopper added - turns out they're simply a "shell" glove with Windstopper as the…
- Lew, 12/13/10
My first reaction was, " Damn these things are thing"
But I took the advice from someone else who reviewed the gloves and took the advice.
I ordered a size up, and now…
- jc, 04/11/13
About Women's Gloves and Mittens:
Your hands are pretty amazing tools, just this morning I was using my hands to drive into work and put my makeup on at the same time. Since your hands work so hard for you all the time it’s only fair to do everything you can to protect them from the elements. If there is one thing that hands don’t like it frostbite.
These are some of the best women’s gloves and mitts online. Since I found out about them I have been a really big fan of gloves with conductive fingertips for texting, taking photos, shopping or doing whatever else you can imagine using a smartphone for. Mittens may not be as perfect for operating a touch screen, but they are warm and comfortable and that has got to count for something. Besides being warmer, mittens offer other kinds of functionality by being compliment magnets. I wore my mitts into work today and the moment I stepped onto the main floor of the office everything got quiet for a second before everyone started applauding for me. The cute guy who sits behind me even gave me a hug and thanked me for showing him that gloves aren’t always the best cold weather hand protection.
If you are doing any kind of winter sport or inclement weather adventuring a reliable, durable and warm pair of gloves or mittens is something you don’t want to be without. The best and most rugged gloves and mitts are waterproof as well as being heavily insulated to keep all of your fingers in working order. These hand warmers are all from some of the best brands so you are definitely going to find a pair you love, I’m starting to get kind of jealous.