Alki'i Suede Palm 3M Thinsulate Thermal Insulation Fingerless Texting Work Gloves with Mitten Cover, Cream
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- Unisex gloves with open fingertips and a flap mitten cover
- Made from Genuine 3M Thinsulate lining for comfort and warmth
- Suede Palm for a solid grip
- Great for texting/typing/writing. Thumb has slit opening
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Unisex gloves with cut fingertips for easy texting or typing. The thumb has a slit opening. These gloves are lined with super soft and warm 3M Thinsulate lining. Trusted warmth from a brand you know. Traps and holds body heat. Great for any winter activity where you need quick access to your fingers and yet be comfortable and warm.
- Package Dimensions: 10.5 x 4.8 x 1.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
- ASIN: B005L3KIOY
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 3, 2011
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That's the good, the bad: The velco used to hold the mitten part back is small and mine are already coming loose after only a month of use. Additionally, the material in the front of each glove (on the palm) is ALSO coming loose after a month of use. I can't imagine I'm the only person that is having this problem... I work at an office and do NO physical labor with these gloves on. They sit on my desk when not in use.
I'm pretty disappointed with how quickly these are coming apart. On one hand they are warm, comfortable and effective, yet on the other they are poorly made.
I read other reviews and took a chance, BUT please don't! You'll regret this purchase.
I will post again in January with any news, good or bad. I am rough on gloves, so I do not expect them to last the whole winter, which is why I got a different pair, so I could compare. But these are the first choice, and the others for non work activities and back-up.
Dec 28 2014,
Wore them pretty steady for 2 weeks now, thinsulate liner coming undone, but I just sewed it back in. I am guessing they sewed it kind of loose to allow for it to stretch when putting it on and off. I had to tie off the loose ends of the stitching that remained so it would not unravel. I believe these gloves would still be warm without the lining, so if it continues to be a problem I will just remove it.
I grew up in an era that we sewed patches on clothes that were wearing out, and later just because they looked cool. Well learned skills will last a lifetime and these gloves were inexpensive enough to warrant a little work on my behalf. Maybe next time I might go with a little more expensive set and see how they compare. Good as new and my hands are still warm!
I'd recommend these gloves to everyone. I have no noticed any problems with quality after over a year of use (Ohio had a very mild winter 2015/2016, use was minimal).
The reason why I have subtracted a star after all the praise is personal. I'm petite and these are extremely large on my hands. The finger portions go almost past my nails and they continue to bunch up around my wrist and palms. When the mitten piece is over my fingers, it's almost impossible to make use of my hands, so I rarely use it. I do, however, still wear these as my heavy winter gloves because of the warmth and multi-functional use. They're a great pair of gloves for the price.