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Rated 5 out of
Highly recommendGreat gloves for walking the dogs or being outside late fall early winter, early spring. I live in canada and i find they work great. and i find that they are very comfortable up to about -10C. Battery life as advertised is accurate. Well built gloves that allow the use of a touch screen while wearing them.
Date published: 2020-12-16
Rated 4 out of
Game changer for winter recreation with Raynaud'sAs a backcountry skier and owner/maintainer of rental yurts, and someone with Raynaud's syndrome, I had accepted the fact that often my fingers get so cold that I lose the use of my hands and then freak out while I try to start a fire or open my disposal chemical handwarmers. These gloves have been a game-changer for me. I put them on either at the usual times when Raynaud's kicks in (i.e., about 10 minutes after I stop moving) or when I start to get really cold on a ski out, and they make life ok again. Here are some specific things I like about the gloves: They fit great and provide enough dexterity to do actual work. I usually ski for a couple hours, then work on or in a yurt for a few hours, and then ski a couple more hours. I can do all these things with these gloves, whereas I used to have to constantly switch depending on the task. I have narrow but long hands (for a woman), and the unisex medium fits great. The loops are perfectly sized and place for pulling the gloves on. I also like the zipper on the gauntlet for flexibility in how tight the wrist is. Finally, the big power button is easy to use, even with the gloves on, and the indicator light is easy to read. Here's what could be better: The big power button sometimes gets pushed inadvertently while I'm working, and that turns the gloves off until I suddenly notice that one hand is not warm anymore (not a big deal, IMO). I do wish they were more waterproof - for prolonged hands-on work in the snow - but I might just have to get the Capstone or Lucent gloves for the GoreTex. And while I wish the batteries lasted longer, they are at least small and lightweight enough that I don't notice them. Finally, I like that the gloves come with multiple power adapters, but USB would be a nice option.
Date published: 2019-12-17
Rated 1 out of
Not warmSorry to say, after 30 minutes on high, my fingertips were cold, at 19 deg. F. My body and head were well dressed. I went back to the house for 40 year old sheepskin mittens. My fingers were no warmer or colder in the mittens than in the heated gloves. I was so hopeful as I am a senior who downhill skis. If today was zero deg, I might not be so skeptical, but at 19 deg. they certainly will not work when it is really cold. I will return them.
Date published: 2020-11-08
Rated 2 out of
Infinite Warranty - if you can wait a yearI bought the previous version of these gloves and they seem very similar. Not super-warm on their own but helpful for those with chronically cold hands or Raynaud's who don't want to wear huge skiing gloves everywhere. Heating element on the back means don't spend too much time holding a cold steering wheel or other object in you unheated palms. Lasted two seasons before one of the gloves refused to turn on.
Date published: 2019-12-31
Rated 1 out of
Glove poor from
I really wanted them to work...Sigh...like others, very disappointed, especially for the price. The elements run along the top side of the fingers, nothing on the bottom. There is no insulation in the bottom aside from the leather so even on high, the top side feels barely warm at -10C while the bottom side freeze. Could only feel the heat in high and barely got an hour out of the batteries. Back they go.
Date published: 2021-12-14
Rated 3 out of
New Control Too Sensitive & Subject to Inadvertant ChangeI use these for alpine skiing. I'll recommend these assuming you'll work around the limitations mentioned below: I already own a pair of Capstone electrical gloves with the previous (square) control. Capstones are great but are warm and bulky; with 2 battery packs per glove I only use them in temps below 25F. I bought Storm Trackers for 25 to 29F, mostly clear conditions. Having 1 battery pack and zipper cuff makes them easier to tuck under your jacket sleeve. Storm Tracker warmth, breathability and battery duration work well in the 25 to 29F range. Mostly set to low, I get the advertised 5+ hours if they don't inadvertently switch to medium or high. The new control is easily visible, maybe too big. The real problem is the control is much more sensitive than the previous square switch to accidentally being "pushed" and changed as you ski or even load the lift. Accidentally turning off is less a problem than a switch to higher temp that reduces the battery life for that ski day. You can always carry a spare set of battery packs. Having to always check is not what I expect from OR gear. My suggestion to OR is to redesign the switch so the button and light is recessed below the overall switch housing. That would turn my 3 to a 5.
Date published: 2020-02-14
Rated 2 out of
Mixed BagI have the previous incarnation of this glove, which seems pretty similar, and have mixed feelings about their performance. Not sure if they changed the electronics, which is the problem, but it doesn't seem like it. I do a fair amount of mountain biking in the winter, both fat biking and trail riding when possible, and need good dexterity for shifting, breaking, and gripping the bars, as well as the ability to regulate temperature. In theory these should be ideal for any human powered winter activity where you are warm when going up and cool quickly on the downhill. I shut off the juice for climbs and turn it back on for the downhills. Sounds perfect except that are very unreliable. I'll notice one of my hands is freezing and discover that the power is off on one of the gloves. I try to turn it on to no avail, but later it will work again. This can lead to some very unpredictable and uncomfortable rides. Otherwise the gloves are great. They are a fairly dexterous, mid-weight, soft shell glove that is windproof, but still relatively breathable. The heating component works well when it works. They are not the equivalent to heavy winter gloves or mittens, but the heating element helps a lot when it's functioning. I will probably ditch these gloves as you just can't depend on the heating component. Too bad as they otherwise rock.
Date published: 2019-10-31
Rated 5 out of
Best purchase for my hands! Totally worth it!These gloves are super quick to warm - it's almost immediate! Having three settings is great and allows me to change depending on conditions and duration of my trip. The colors (red, orange, and green) are super visible and it's easy to know the setting it's on. Not just the heater, but the gloves are awesome even without the heater!
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Outdoor Research Mens Gloves and Mitts
6.5 - 7.25"
7.25 - 8"
8 - 8.5"
8.5 - 9.5"
9.5 - 10"
6.5 - 7"
7 - 7.5"
7.5 - 8"
8 - 9"
9 - 9.5"
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