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Men's Windcutter® Fleece Touchscreen Gloves large version
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Windcutter® Fleece Touchscreen Gloves

Regular Price$30.00Sale Price$15.00
Product rating 3.8 of 5 stars
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ColorBlack
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Size
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  • Windproof
  • Touch Screen Capable
Product Description

Windproof polyester shell keeps your hands warm. Textured index finger lets you operate the touchscreen of your mobile device without removing the glove.

Features
  • Lightweight design packs easily
Care
Machine wash
Materials
  • 100% polyester
  • Imported

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Reviews
3.84 out of 5 star rating
Product rating 3.84 of 5 stars
82 Reviews
71% recommend this item
Fitness meter label is true to size
Fit:
SmallLarge
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  • Fred
    Gender Male
    Height
    Type Regular
    ActivityLeisure
    Pros Comfort, Fit, Quality
    Cons
    Great value
    Nov 6, 2020

    These gloves are a great value. This latest purchase was the 2nd pair I bought. Look good and feel comfortable. I use them all the time in the winter. Great for driving.

  • Family
    Gender Male
    Height 4'6"
    Type Tall
    ActivityWalking
    Pros
    Cons
    Fitness meter label is true to size
    Fit:
    SmallLarge
    Comfortable with no annoying seams on the inside.
    Feb 2, 2020

    If they were only loss proof! Perhaps a chip that pairs with your phone and alerts you if you walk away more than 20', that would be worth 10% extra.

  • Prairie runner
    Gender Male
    Height 6'2"
    Type Tall
    ActivityRunning
    Pros
    Cons
    Fitness meter label is true to size
    Fit:
    SmallLarge
    Great for winter running
    Jan 17, 2020

    Great wind blockers. Not made to breath though, so they're best for colder temps if used for running. Running temp: -5C too warm. Hands very sweaty -10 C Warm. Hands somewhat sweaty, but not uncomfortable -15 to -25C sweet spot! Not a hint of being cold. Even fingertips are still warm after 90 min of running. No liner. I assumed I'd be using a liner at -15 or so, but no! Very surprised and impressed. I've never had such a thin glove be warm for -25 C runs. I'm usually into mitts with liners at that temp. Haven't tried at -30C yet ;-)

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