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Recent Fleece Glove/Mitten Reviews

Century Leather Products Black Pile Sno-Mitts

rated 4 of 5 stars Uber Black Pile Snow Mittens with with Plush Pile Insulation. Bought two pairs a few years ago; regardless of temp. these are the warmest gloves regardless of price. This was also confirmed by the person I bought the second pair for, as these are the only gloves he wears when working in the snow. Outdoor Research Men's Alti Mitts are the mittens I originally bought for snow work, and they are not nearly as warm as the Uber mittens. Plus if you are wearing the Alti Mitts and it's warm you cannot… Full review

Outdoor Research Men's PL Base Gloves

rated 4 of 5 stars Great for adding a few more degrees of warmth to winter gloves. Good simple liners. Definitely not a stand-alone glove, but they do their job well. Full review

Marmot Men's Connect Glove

rated 1 of 5 stars They were my biggest disappointment in a long time. Fit & Comfort: These gloves started off great. They kept my hands warm while outdoors and allowed me to check my phone without having to de-glove. Sadly however, they began to stretch and lose their fit after a couple weeks until they felt awkward to wear. The only way to gain any use form them now is to wear a thin pair of gloves underneath. Water Resistance: None Warmth: Very little warmth was provided with these gloves. With the permanent… Full review

Outdoor Research Men's PL 400 Gloves

rated 3 of 5 stars Ignoring OR's description, these gloves are great for cool weather. They ARE NOT 'Toasty warm in the bitter cold' as a liner. This glove seems to be designed as a glove, not as a liner. Great coupled with a thin liner inside these gloves will keep you warm to about 40°F-ish. Inexpensive, these gloves are best used for day-to-day activities where I'm not worries about fire embers, etc. Not the PL 400! Yes. These gloves are really a great value for their not-intended purpose. OR's website is misleading… Full review

Marmot Men's Connect Glove

rated 5 of 5 stars Finally, i'm able to use my iPhone without having to take off my gloves! I found these gloves at the Marmot outlet in San Francisco.  I've been wearing another set of softshell Marmot gloves for years and have always loved them.  I know that companies have had touchscreen friendly gloves for a while but i'm just late to the game I guess. So these gloves do work.  They have a silver goldish material that allows our fingers electrical field to pass through the glove and trigger our device's screens. … Full review

Manzella Chinook Windstopper Gloves

rated 3 of 5 stars I wish they resisted coming apart as well as they resist the cold. Remember the Gremlins movie that warned about bad things happening if you got the little rascals wet? That applies to these gloves.  Manzella makes these gloves by sandwiching a Gore-type membrane between two thin layers of soft fleece. The combination makes the gloves pretty warm without the bulk of your average ski-type gloves.  This membrane is the best and worst part of the gloves; it stops the wind very nicely but they also… Full review

The North Face Men's Pamir WindStopper Glove

rated 3 of 5 stars Not the best. I received these gloves as a gift to go with my North Face Sentinel Windstopper jacket. Overall I would have to says that they were just ok. I do like the Windstopper fabric and it does a good job of being breathable but yet keeping my hands warm. The downside of these was there were not that durable. The plastic/rubber grips didn't last too long. There were also a too of seams inside that weren't the most comfortable. Lastly, the sizing was also a bit odd. The width of the finders… Full review

The North Face Men's Denali Glove

rated 3 of 5 stars General duty fleece gloves. Decent/thoughtful construction. Not very comfortable without liners. There are better options. These are what i think of as general purpose winter gloves. The fleece is medium thick, and they are sized to accommodate a pair of liner gloves. Across the palm and on each fingertip, there is a swatch of grippy/rubbery material, a plus. The wrist is elastic but not annoyingly so, and the cuff/end of the glove is mildly elastic. My main complaint is that the inner seams are… Full review

Black Diamond Powerstretch Glove

rated 5 of 5 stars I picked up this glove to use as a liner in my Mountain Hardwear Hydra shell gloves for a trip up Mt. Shasta last summer. I picked them over other similar lightweight gloves because of the leather palm. That little bit of added dexterity is great. These gloves do the exact job they're designed for. Minimum weight with maximum comfort and dexterity. They're definitely not for frigid temperatures but in cool weather their very easy to stuff in a pocket and have ready. I had them on a recent trip out… Full review

Top-Rated Fleece Gloves and Mittens

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user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Gripper Gloves
$28 - $49
user rating: 4 of 5 (2)
Outdoor Research PL 400 Gloves
user rating: 4 of 5 (2)
Outdoor Research BackStop Gloves
$20 - $36
user rating: 3 of 5 (2)
Marmot Connect Glove
$15 - $64
The North Face Manaslu Insulated Glove
Patagonia Hestra Deerskin Classic Wool Gloves
SmartWool Stagecoach Glove
Arc'teryx Rivet Glove
$69 - $75
Outdoor Research PL 150 Sensor Glove
$21 - $29
The North Face Powerstretch Gloves
$23 - $35
Outdoor Research Conway Sensor Gloves
$19 - $34
Outdoor Research Exit Sensor Gloves
$39 - $55
Outdoor Research PL Sensor Gloves
$16 - $29
Arc'teryx Delta AR Glove
REI Tech-Compatible Recycled Fleece Grip Gloves
The North Face TKA 100 Glove
Arc'teryx Venta LT Glove
$60 - $79
Columbia Wind Bloc Glove
Outdoor Research PL 150 Gloves
$21 - $29
Outdoor Research Yukon Sensor Gloves
Outdoor Research Pinball Mittens
$32 - $44
The North Face Krestwood Etip Glove
REI Tech-Compatible Thermo Gloves
Ibex Shak 2-Layer Gloves
Arc'teryx Delta Glove
Columbia Trail Summit Running Glove
$20 - $40
Outdoor Research Lost Coast Mitt
Outdoor Research Sensor Gloves
$21 - $69
ExOfficio Vona Glove
Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Stimulus Glove
$25 - $40
Patagonia Hestra Power Stretch Glove Liners
Mountain Hardwear Desna Stimulus Glove
$29 - $45
SmartWool Cozy Glove
$23 - $32
Black Diamond Pilot Gloves
$30 - $54
Outdoor Research Backstop Sensor Gloves
$27 - $38
Marmot Fleece Glove
$19 - $25
Loki Fleece Glove
Outdoor Research Fuzzy Gloves
$16 - $36
Marmot Power Stretch Glove
$22 - $29
Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Glove
$15 - $30
Outdoor Research Melody Sensor Gloves
$25 - $34
Fox River Fingerless Ragg Glove
Outdoor Research Flurry Mitts
$13 - $39
Outdoor Designs Bora Grip Windpro Glove
Arc'teryx Venta Glove
Patagonia Micro D Gloves
Patagonia Synchilla Gloves
$13 - $45
Mountain Hardwear Perignon Glove
$48 - $55
Ibex Kilometer Glove
Marmot Connect Trail Glove
$45 - $59
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