Flexion Pro Touchscreen Gloves
- First Ascent
Superior, lightweight, stretch-fleece gloves of warm nylon/polyester/spandex have integrated, seamless touchscreen functionality and a silicone palm print for extra grip.
- Gloves clip together when not in use
- Soft, stretch cuffs for a secure fit
- 54% nylon/35% polyester/11% spandex
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- Yes, I recommend this productTrailridercarolGender FemaleHeight 5'4"Type RegularActivityOtherPros Comfort, Easy Care, Fit, Quality, VersatileConsLove these glovesApr 6, 2021
I use these for riding gloves 3 seasons a year. Just ordered my 3rd pair and I hope you always keep them in stock.
- Good fit and function, bad qualityGender MaleHeightTypeActivityHikingPros Comfort, FitCons Poor QualityLike the gloves but they keep falling apartJun 14, 2021
I like the fit and function of the gloves and I've had several pairs. The problem is that the stitching keeps coming apart and the touch screen tips stop working after a while. I normally would warranty the gloves but now Eddie Bauer has adopted a one year warranty which is abysmal compared to other outdoor brands.
- IsorukuGender MaleHeight 5'10"Type RegularActivityTravelProsCons Poor FitWay too tightFeb 11, 2021
I am an adult male with small-ish hands. And like most people, I've worn plenty of gloves, and have a long history of backpacking (with the Forest Service), snowshoeing, international travel, etc. Over the years, I normally buy medium sized gloves, since even with small hands, I want to guarantee that gloves won't be too tight. I bought these "Flexion" gloves because I have tragically lost my old pair of First Ascent gloves (well, the left-hand glove), which I've had since First Ascent started a decade ago, and were absolutely perfect in design and fit. And they were mediums. So I went to the EB website to find something that was more or less a replacement. But now that they have arrived, it's obvious that they are much too tight, even though they are size medium. Honestly, I can't imagine how anyone with actual, medium-size hands could get them on. Even the wrist Spandex (or whatever it is) is much too tight. So I'm returning these. Along with another pair of First Ascent gloves that have a finger that is too narrow. First Ascent has designed some amazing stuff over the years, but the fit (and innovation) is not what it used to be in the early years.