Mizuno Breath Thermo Run Glove, Black, Medium
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- Acrylic 40% / Polyester 35% / Polyacrylate 15% / Nylon 7% / Wool 2% / Polyurethane 1%
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Top Customer Reviews
I live in central Texas so the weather hardly ever gets below 30 degrees, and if it does I never run. This glove might not work if it gets in the sub 30s. Overall, it's worth every penny. Best of luck.
I do wish the company would ship APO. I had to ship them to my home and have them forwarded to me here which delayed me receiving them by a few weeks. Overal, very pleased.
Buy them for running and use them as a glove liner as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These gloves are standard knit gloves, not much nicer than much cheaper varieties. I have had them for over a year, and have not found them to be especially warm for the money; my... Read morePublished on February 23, 2014 by MomO'Plenty
I have used these gloves for a long time now. Do not get them if you want waterproof. They are awesome for running... not for petting a dog: hair sticks to them. Read morePublished on December 20, 2013 by Scott Weber
Lightweight but cozy. Mizuno makes great products and these cheap little running gloves are no exception. A runners stable item.Published on November 29, 2013 by S. Auck
These are just plain awesome. I was able to keep my hands warm when I run or walk the dogs. They are nice and stretchy and I never felt uncomfortablePublished on November 16, 2013 by CM
I generally use gloves when the temperature is around the 45 degree mark. These come in handy especially when running at 5:30 am in the fall or winter. Read morePublished on August 5, 2013 by B. Alvarez
They are like a high-end knit glove. A little nicer than the
stretch ones you can get for 99 cents at Wal-mart, but I'd just as soon
get those for running every day. Read more
Was a little upset thinking it was not a knitted material. Does keep your hands warm on those cold windy days but overall wish I had looked around a little more.Published on June 23, 2013 by D. Shaneyfelt