Gloves keep hands warm in 45 f temperature (7c) my finger tips are still cozy. I use to double up on motorcycle gloves on colder days which didn’t work. My morning commutes are around 47-50 degrees.
Need xxl size although tight the gloves are flexible for biking. I wish the cuffs were just a bit longer to tuck under jacket sleeves better, but they get the job done. Fitment is good.
I am honestly more than disappointed, perhaps a bit miffed even, of just how poorly they performed in moderately cool late fall conditions. Something fishy going on expectations vs reality. Do not recommend.
The grip is great when new but some of the grip pieces started falling off the fingers almost immediately. This, of course, reduces the touchscreen functionality to zero. The glove has a hole in it.
I work in a refrigerated environment in robotics, the touch screen feature barely works. Not waterproof or repellent.
The gloves fall far short of keeping my hands warm on the handlebars of my bike and, very disappointingly, even in 40 degree weather. Even wearing the two pair as mentioned above my hands start to freeze and go numb way too quickly. You could lose a f... Read More
Skydeer touchscreen winter gloves are good in quality comparte to others. Soft, supple with good gripping action.
These are very warm gloves. But for someone like me who just needs to keep their hands warm while taking a walk in cool-to-cold temps, i highly recommend them for the price. They are dry and warm and great for our alaska winters.
Warm and waterproof so far. Very warm and water resistant. Silky exterior shell and warm fleece inside.
Not waterproof. Maybe good for 40 degrees and above but certainly not warm in freezing cold. Neither skydeer or amazon appears to be willing to replace a defective product.
One & 1\2 star's. Not a sturdy product. Not as advertised. Cannot return via amazon. Contacted seller… no response.
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