Columbia® W Thermarator™ Omni-Heat™ Gloves for Ladies
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- Omni-Heat thermal reflective gloves
- PU grip palm patch
- Security clip
- Elastic at wrist
Columbia's W Thermarator Gloves pack tons of warmth in a sleek, soft package. This performance fleece glove is outfitted with Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining that traps and retains body heat and features a PU palm grip for better grip and dexterity. 100% polyester Thermarator fleece. Imported.
Manufacturer model #: CL9724.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 6
Rated 2 out of 5 by flowergirl68 Disappointment
Gloves are ok; doesn't keep my hands any warmer than a 10.00 pair does
November 27, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Sweety these are gloves are ok
I ordered the size med and I think I could have gotten the small. The palm pad is way to big and is not comfortable. As far as warm they are ok. If you get a size that fits your hand maybe the palm pad would fit better. I do like the gloves and they are a great color to go with my jacket. I would recommend this product if some changes are made. The palm pad needs to be smaller and the size med. should fit a med hand. I don't have a huge hand but I would say normal for a women. The fingers are too long and they want to slide off the hand. It is not that I would not recommend these but everyone would have to try them on to see how they fit.
January 21, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by CAK1 Not for me
I love the color and they do seem to be made very well, but they don't keep my hands warm. My hands are very cold and I have yet to find gloves that work. I had high hopes for these, but they don't do the job.
December 31, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Kathy49 They need to refine the design some more .....
It was 40 degrees with a sporadic light breeze, so I tried out these expensive new gloves. They are too thin for any real warmth in these relatively mild conditions. As far as I could tell the tiny silver dots do nothing to increase or preserve heat in cold hands. I was bothered by the large size, thickness and stiffness of the palm grip area, which also gets cold and serves to just make the hands colder. I'd recommend a much thicker fleece, a more supple grip material, and an adequate layer of insulation. Then those tiny silver dots may actually do what's promised. I'm outside dog walking 1095 times a year about 20 minutes each time. In these windy cold winters I need warm gloves. Too bad these aren't warmer at this price point.
December 12, 2012
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