Heritage Gloves Extreme Winter Glove
- Waterproof breathable liner. Four barriers of protection and a warm comfortable fit keep the cold, wet and wind out.
- Zipper hand warmer pocket.
- Touch screen friendly.
- Durable palm grip.
- 70grams 3M Thinsulate insulation which is bonded to a thick polar fleece liner.
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Day 1 use: Amb temp: -4 deg C and Real feel: -9 deg C
Hands felt extremely cold uniformly. The gloves were of no use whatsoever.
Day 2 use: Amb temp: -4 deg C and Real feel: -12 deg C
Working outside for 20 minutes, both hands start to feel raw and numb. I get into my car to get back the feeling in my fingers. After a while, I had to go out to resume my work; only this time, i wore one glove and left the other hand open. No difference was noted in either and after 20 minutes again, I had to rush back in. I rub my hands together to see if one was warmer than the other... no difference at all. There was no heat transfer from the gloved hand to the ungloved one.
Extremely disappointed with this pair. Will be returning it right away.
As for the comments that suggested that this glove is awesome, I really don't know if you understand what a winter glove is supposed to do!!
I'd give a zero star to this if it were an option!!
It's 25° outside. My hands were cold within a minute of going out to snowblow, and numb withing 10 minutes.
I have no idea how these gloves got such a high rating. They are terrible. Or as Cleveland Brown would say: "Mucho terr-ee-blay."
That being said, if you are using these gloves for some purpose other than their intended purpose, you may find them not exactly suited to the task.
I will update this review after I try them out riding--the only reason I even bought winter riding gloves was because I moved to a place that doesn't have an indoor, so I will probably need some protection from the cold, but I will start by saying that the size chart is a bit misleading, as others have said--the width of the glove runs a bit narrow, but the fingers run correspondingly long--so adhering to the size chart for me resulted in gloves that were appropriately snug across the palm but much too long in the fingers. I will probably need to exchange for a smaller size, but still a size larger than I would usually order.
I do like the pocket for the handwarmer packet on the back--that's a pretty clever feature.
UPDATE ON REVIEW: Rode in hard rain at 45-47 degrees. Did not get wet but after 30 minutes or so started to get cold fingers in left hand. Other had seemed ok. Left fingers started to get very cold and had to go home and park the motorcycle. Will not be good in really cold weather except for maybe very short rides. I was hoping I had finally found a riding glove that would hold up down into at least the 30s but not luck. Don't think anyone makes one to tell you the truth. At least they kept my hands dry. They look really good. These are probably the best cold weather gloves I have found though except of course for Gerbing electric gloves. Changed down to 4 starts from 5 because they failed the cold weather test.
There are a few negatives, but nothing that would prevent me from recommending them. The biggest drawback of these gloves is that they don't seem to breathe or wick at all. Even in very cold conditions I find them trapping moisture (sweat) and it sits next to your skin - I think this is the Achilles heal for long duration use in extreme cold. Second, I'm not sure I'd consider these "Extreme" winter gloves (I suppose it depends on your definition of extreme) . For me, I'd say that their sweet spot is between 10-35º F. Much colder, these are uncomfortable. Much warmer, your hands will be a sweaty, swampy mess. I've shot a round of sporting clays in Minnesota around 5º F this year, after an hour on the course my fingers were stinging and I could feel the trapped moisture.
the waterproof qualities are outstanding but they are not very breathable.