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Seirus Men's Original All Weather Glove


Price: $25.38 - $48.00
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  • nylon
  • A breathable, waterproof, windproof Weathershield membrane is sandwiched between the outer shell and fleece lining for warmth
  • Outer nylon layer is tough yet flexible to allow complete dexterity; fleece inner face is soft and warm against your skin
  • Reinforced Kev-Tech palm, thumb and forefinger provide abrasion resistance and excellent grip
  • Knit cuffs help keep heat in and cold out

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Product Description

These versatile gloves provide non-bulky, weatherproof warmth—perfect for any cold-weather sport or activity.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 3.9 x 1.1 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0018BGE7S
  • Item model number: 8010.1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,600 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

So these gloves are not water proof at all.
Critic Going Critical
After a few minutes in 20-degree weather, my fingers began to get cold.
fredbill222
Save your money and try to find something a little more worthwhile.
DanLamers

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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Traveler on January 22, 2005
For weeks I went around to various ski shops and outdoor clothing stores (EMS, Beans, REI, etc.) trying to find gloves that were warm, weather resistant, and (the clincher) thin enough to be useful in everyday activities. Thinness was the real problem. Usually, the warmer the glove the thicker the fabric. The thicker the fabric the more likely it will fail the coin test . . . drop a coin on various surfaces and see how hard it is to pick up. Your average mittens and fleece gloves are fairly useless in this test.

From what I can tell, at least in this price range, the Seirus All Weather Gloves are about as good as it gets when it comes to dexterity and minimal warmth in a winter climate.

These gloves have a nylon outer layer with rubber-like patches on the palm for gripping, (what appears to be) a neoprene middle, and a very thin fleece lining. Neoprene is used in water sports gloves so you know these will block wind and keep your hands dry. The big drawback here is that they're a bit tight and this cuts off circulation which in turn makes your hands cold. Many buyers might want to seriously look at the extra large size in order to avoid this. The nylon outer layer, for those that care, isn't that attractive or "masculine." But this is a minor detail.

I tested the gloves down to about 8 degrees fahrenheit with very light activity. I found them to be very good in the 20 degree range and much much less so the closer it got to about 10 degrees. Some of this was probably due to the over tightness of the gloves which I hope improves with use. With moderate activity other users might have better luck. Given the neoprene (again, assuming) layer it doesn't seem a good choice for sweaty activities as breathability is likely minimal.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Joe G on November 26, 2008
I already had a pair of these gloves and loved them so much decided to give them as gifts. They are nice and light but very warm. You don't lose much dexterity with these which is a huge plus. Usually the only gloves you find that are warm enough are like wearing pillows on your hands, they don't allow you to do much with them. That isn't the case with these.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Critic Going Critical on April 4, 2012
I wore these gloves working an outdoor event. There was light to moderate rain. I had the unenviable task of pushing cars stuck in the mud. Within one hour of being out in the rain, the gloves had turned into very expensive sponges.

So these gloves are not water proof at all. I am not sure what "weather proof" means. But if it can't keep rain out it isn't much use to me.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By DanLamers on November 30, 2011
I bought these gloves from the clothing issue store on Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, MS while I was stationed there. I was looking for a pair of gloves to wear while doing morning PT in the winter there to keep my hands warm. After looking at them in the store and even trying them on I felt confident I had found a quality product (especially with a $30 price tag) and bought them. Within the first two weeks of wear during my morning runs the stitching was coming undone. There is now a hole in the glove from the wrist to the grip pad halway to my pinky finger where the seam has come undone and another hole forming in the stitching on the thumb.
Beyond that, for extended wear (more than 20 or 30 minutes) they are extremely tight and reduce circulation in the fingers AND they don't seem to retain heat at all even though at it's coldest the mornings usually only get down to about 35-40F. I've even tried putting some of those hand warmers in the gloves to help, but they dont do anything to keep my fingers warm. I have since learned that this particular glove is no longer sold on-base due to complaints, and people getting frostbite in their fingers while wearing them in cold weather areas on duty outside for a whole shift. Save your money and try to find something a little more worthwhile.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Eli on January 1, 2009
These gloves have a neoprene like exterior with a rubberized palm, thumb and index finger, which makes them excellent for driving. The gloves have a very tight fit (I bought XL) almost like a compression garment. The interior fleece is a very thin lining and does not feel like the inside of a fleece glove.

When I first wore these gloves in 20 degree weather I was concerned because my hands were comfortable, but not warm. Since then, I've worn them in -2 with 20mph gusts and can say that my hands remained comfortable and the wind was a non-factor. I've also used them in the snow and have had no issues with my hands getting wet.

I wouldn't recommend these gloves for long periods outside under 20 degrees unless you're doing aerobic activity. I was hoping these would replace my bulkier ski gloves, but I'm not confident they would be warm enough for all-day wear. However, at this price-point (I paid $29 for the black) for weather-proof gloves, it's hard to go wrong.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nicole on January 21, 2013
These are by far the worst gloves I have ever owned! I am very disappointed in these gloves. The quality is certainly not worth the price that I paid for these. I am actually surprised because I have had excellent experience in the past especially with Polartec technology which is what was on the tag when I purchased them. I will be contacting the company directly to see if the issue can be resolved. I will also be contacting the Base Exchange where they sell these here in England in order to let them know about the problems. No one should have to work the gates outside in these temps wearing these gloves that are supposed to keep their hands warm. They are not good quality for anyone let alone a member of our armed forces standing outside in the cold for hours at a time. I wouldn't call these "all weather" gloves as they have failed to keep my fingers warm in temps ranging from 16-50 degrees here in England. Even if I put these gloves on whilst my hands are warm and the car is warmed, my fingers slowly become numb while driving. I suppose I shouldn't use them with a cold steering wheel? My hands do not stay warm past 15 minutes whilst outdoors. Windproof? Slightly. Weatherproof? Absolutely not! Epic fail when it comes to rain, snow, or cold temperatures....which is why I wear gloves in the first place. They are comfortable and fit well, however it's not a good sign when a pair of thin $2 gloves from Wal-Mart keep your hands warmer than these. Just to test them out and make sure it wasn't just "me", five separate friends tried these and experienced the same issue. All their fingertips became freezing cold within minutes. None of us would recommend.
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