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Seirus Innovation 1431 Hyperlite All Weather Polartec Cold Weather Winter Glove,Black,Large
|Price:||$18.60 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. FREE Returns. Details|
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- 100% Polyester
- Glove uses technology from Seirus Innovation and Polartec "WeatherShield Tri-Laminate"
- WeatherShield Tri-Laminate is a patented design created to be the warmest, most versatile lightweight gloves on the market
- WeatherShield Tri-Laminate uses a three layer defense to keep your hands warm and dry: 4-way stretch outer layer, WeatherShield windproof/waterproof breathable membrane, and wicking inner lining
- Hyperlite shell is half the weight of the original All Weather Glove making it the perfect glove for biking, hiking, skiing, boarding, and other outdoor adventures
- Form-fit design and Lycra cuff features ensure a comfortable and snug fit to each individual hand
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|Fabric Type||100% Polyester|
|Item Dimensions||1 x 4 x 9 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Special Size Type||LG|
|Sport Type||Snow Skiing|
|Style Name||Hyperlite All Weather Glove|
Top Customer Reviews
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.
Having thin gloves still leaves enough control and dexterity to pull the lip balm out of your pocket, read a map, etc. The leather padded fore-finger and thumb are a nice touch to keep that map from blowing out of your hand in a breeze.
The only thing that keeps me from giving this a 5-star review is durability. After one season (maybe 15-20 ski days) the seams are coming apart and the fingers have worn some holes. Okay, I used them hard. But still -- one season? Oh well, they're not that expensive. And for the best pair of touring gloves I ever had, I guess I can afford to buy a new pair every year.
At first I was rather thrilled with them. I was using them in conjunction with a pair of heavy mittens, mainly for when I needed to remove my hands from the mittens for detailed tasks. They kept the wind off my hands and were working well as "contact gloves." I was not using them for any heavy tasks but, rather, for simple, camp establishing tasks. Nothing complicated. I was preparing to fix dinner when I noticed a cold spot on my right trigger finger, I was stunned to find a small but rapidly growing hole in the Seirus Hyperlite glove. Being as it was 7PM and the temp was already down to 12 degrees this caused some concern. I ended up keeping my right hand in the heavy mitten and performing most tasks with my left hand because of this. I was NOT a happy camper!
Short answer, do not trust these gloves for winter camping on a mountain top. I am contacting Seirus about the warranty but, even if they replace them, I will end up just using them for driving gloves or something. I will never trust them "in the field" again.
**Update** 6 Dec 2014 I contacted Seirus two weeks ago. They stated that the gloves were covered by a warranty and instructed me to respond to an email, that they were sending me, with my name, address and the glove information. I did so immediately. They also said that, since the gloves failed in such bad conditions, they would pay the shipping both ways. I was impressed.
More than two weeks went by and I heard nothing. I emailed them twice and still heard nothing. On the third email I finally got a response.Read more ›
They're fine for keeping out the biting wind and I use them for motorcycle riding, and have gone through South Carolina monsoons (LOL) and my hands are still dry. The rest of my body dripping wet, but once I arrive at the CQ and take my gloves off, my hands are dry. Awesome.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Warms your hands while still allowing your fingers to move/act as they should. A good, tight fit.Published 20 days ago by Tom Sewing
Dad uses these as a liner inside his heavy winter gloves. They work great.Published 29 days ago by Sally A Sparrow
Fast service. I made a mistake when I ordered these but when they came they we perfect gifts. Well made, quality materialsPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I work retail resetting products in store freezers and are not keeping my hands warm my hands are freezing it not worth what I paid for itPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
this gloves I give them to some homeless people to help them with the cold here in the North westPublished 1 month ago by Phillip Lopez
The fit is snug, and I don't have large hands, but not uncomfortable and I suspect they will stretch out a bit with use and be "just right". Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
These are great gloves. Wind resistant just not completely waterproof. I like themPublished 1 month ago by Darren reveles