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A pretty good option.,
This review is from: Seirus Innovation Men's Hyperlite All Weather Glove (Apparel)
They're not the warmest gloves I've ever owned, but they do pretty well considering how thin they are. If your hands are already cold, don't expect these gloves to do much in the way of warming them up ... so put them on first and you'll like these much better. What I like about them is that they look masculine (where most light-duty gloves do not) and they allow for excellent dexterity (you can still get your keys out of your front pants pocket). They're a good winter driving glove and they look classy enough to keep in my semi-formal/business coat.
One word of wisdom - the small/medium size is a bit smaller than I expected and it's mildly annoying. I don't have huge hands but the middle finger thru pinky are too short for me. Measure your fingers from the webbing to the tip ... get the large (or XL) size if your middle >= 3", ring >= 2.75", pinky >= 2.125". You'll be glad you did.
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Initial post: Oct 19, 2011 2:09:26 AM PDT
I definitely agree that the sizes run small. Make sure to pick a size that is larger than you assume your hand is.
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 7, 2013 10:48:17 AM PDT
interestingly i found my gloves in a regular medium were a little too large or a hint too much material at the fingertips.
i wear a small 8.5 size ring. i like the gloves, it's just that they were not a close enuff fit to wear them and be able to work the buttons or zoom w/a point and shoot digital camera.
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