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93 of 97 people found the following review helpful
on December 9, 2010
12/15/13 Update

I have purchased several pairs of these since my review years ago, and still enjoy them but thought I would simplify a few things from my original review.

Cons:

-These are not "Extreme" cold weather gloves as they claim to be and will not hold up in single digit temperatures or very windy days.

-If they get heavy use, odds are good they will only last one season.

-They are not waterproof but they do a decent job of resisting some water.

-Does not have fingers that work on touch screens. (Likely not an issue for most, but thought you should know!)

Pros:

-These are the warmest pair of THIN gloves I have worn.

-The zipper pocket on the top of the gloves are very helpful and hold up well under repeated and heavy use. You can comfortably fit a single card no bigger than a drivers license in each pocket and proximity cards still work when zipped up. A few keys will also work inside but you'll have to take them off your key ring.

-Has a moderate amount of grip on the inside of the gloves.

-Does not limit finger mobility and you are still be able to write.

Original Review:

Before I start let me mention that I work primarily outdoors eight hours a day at a car dealership no matter how cold it is or how much snow is on the ground. I constantly have to write on paper work and fish things out of my pockets. I also have to use a computer numerous times a day, located in a not always warm building. Finding the right pair of gloves, is critical.

If you are looking for a pair of gloves that keep you warm and do no limit finger mobility, these are perfect. You still might fat finger things on a keyboard while wearing them, but you can chicken-peck your way around the keyboard for shorter work pretty easily. Although most winter gloves will make writing, and other small tasks a little harder this one proves to limit the difficulty more than any pair I've owned. They have extra grip on the inside of the gloves to limit that.

The pockets on the top of these gloves are helpful as well. We have to use a proximity card (the size of a credit card) constantly and this fits perfectly inside of it so I don't have to keep digging it out.

All positives aside, know that these are NOT WATERPROOF. They have proven to be resist water (I've pelted a few co-workers with snowballs and brushed snow off of cars with them) but I certainly wouldn't wear them in the rain or a huge snow storm. These do not soak up water like most fleece-like gloves which is a huge bonus, but they don't seem like will hold up on a really wet day.

12/27/10 Update

Had a single digit temperature day this morning and I'm sad to say they did not keep my hands warm for very long. Still very pleased, but for extended periods in the cold they don't work well below fifteen degrees.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on December 15, 2010
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I bought these for my husband who is outside quite a bit during the day for work and he loves these. They are fitted, but not too much so. He has worn them in very windy conditions and with temps hovering below zero. You won't be sorry with this purchase.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful
on September 9, 2010
I use these gloves for skydiving in the winter...yes, SKYDIVING IN THE WINTER! I have tried numerous different kinds of gloves and these are it. They are excellent protection from the wind (um, say 120+ MPH)...not perfect, especially on the fleece top for two of the fingers, but pretty darn good. They even have a zipper pouch that I put a hand warmer in to help out a bit. Also, they are lightweight and pretty slim for the amount of winter protection they offer. They hold up pretty well too!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on January 16, 2012
Been looking for a winter running glove, at first most gloves I tried have been too cold with the wind from running. First day wearing these I ran ten miles outdoors, the temperature was 25 not too windy. Only minor coldness at first but soon went away. My hands never felt overly hot and I was able to do everything I needed while running, drink from water bottle on belt, open gel packs, and operate watch functions. So overall very pleased. My hand felt mostly dry and not uncomfortable.

Only negative is even though my hands felt dry when I removed the gloves they were actually pretty wet on the inside, which is to be expected. I will have to see how they dry out.

Overall very pleased, these will due for the colder days this winter during marathon training.

Edit - gloves dried fine, next morning bone dry.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on February 22, 2011
I would say that the name says it all, if you buy these gloves your hands will be Extremely Cold in this Gear!
These are for a walk in the park on a cold fall day not for the winter cold and snow!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on February 16, 2011
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Poor quality. the zipper sprung the second time i zipped them. (first day) I thoought they would be better quailtiy because of the price and the under armour name.(wrong) these are ten dollar gloves for $45. also tried the under armour liner gloves they both split on the seam second day. stick to the clothing shoes and gloves are just chinese crap.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on February 2, 2011
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The gloves are very warm and fit very snug. One problem... the side of the right glove torn the first day I wore them. Pretty nice gloves if the strength of the threads was better.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on January 16, 2012
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This Glove looks cool but real time temp below 35F it just don't work at all..UA wake up stop selling this Gloves under Extreme symble
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on September 21, 2014
Color Name: Black/Reflective/BlackSize Name: SmallVerified Purchase
First of all, I'm a big fan of UA. So, I was very disappointed that these gloves did not keep my hands warm, not at all, despite its named as Extreme ColdGear. The look is nice, and feels great when worn. I should have read the previous reviews, which are correct. The gloves do not keep your hands warm in cold weather. I hope UA will come out with something better.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on March 4, 2011
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I ride my bike to work every day. During this winter, we had 20 degree F mornings. These gloves worked wonderfully. I never noticed any chill in my hands or fingers when wearing them. I also purchased the liners, but these gloves were warm enough that I don't need to use them. I actually noticed my hands sweating! Now, I do have to say that I have not used them in wet conditions, so if you see a review that says they do not protect against cold AND wet, I cannot vouch for that.

I highly recommend this product for biking and running in cold weather.
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