Soft Shell Gloves and Mittens

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$25 - $49.99
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Recent Soft Shell Glove/Mitten Reviews

Chaos CTR Glacier Air Protect Glove

rated 4 of 5 stars A great lightweight ski glove suitable for spring skiing or winter nordic use. Touch screen compatible index finger. For those of us who ski well into May, the need arises for gloves that protect your hands while not overheating them. I was lucky enough to receive a pair of the CTR Glacier Air Protect gloves for testing just as temperatures started to rise at my home ski area Squaw Valley. With daytime temperatures rising into the mid 50's at the ski area wearing my regular winter ski gloves was… Full review

EMS Rampart Soft Shell Gloves

rated 3 of 5 stars A basic, lightweight soft shell glove for activities in milder winter temperatures. A synthetic suede palm reinforcement helps protect from wear from pole or shovel handles. Patches on the index finger tips give touchscreen compatibility. I bought these because my other softshell gloves (Seirus Windstopper Cyclone) were too warm, and the pile lining would get wet with sweat. EMS had them for 50% off, which was a nice bonus. The glove is very basic, without fancy features. There's no lining so you… Full review

Dachstein 4 Ply Boiled Wool Alpine Mittens

rated 5 of 5 stars The warmest wool mittens available! Excellent mitten liners for extreme cold. Proven on many mountaineering expeditions for decades. These mittens are legendary. Made in Austria of 100% wool they are knit from 4 ply wool yarn and boiled on a form until they are very dense and thick. I bought my Dachstein boiled wool mittens in 1978 for $45. In 1979 I was a National Nordic Ski Patroller at the '79 World Cup Nordic games at Lake Placid, N.Y. (the "Pre-Olympics") Temperatures that week were mostly… Full review

Seirus Windstopper Cyclone Gloves

rated 5 of 5 stars The Seirus Windstopper Cyclone gloves are warm, lightweight, and allow for amazing dexterity. They wick away moisture like crazy and are very quick-drying. I was looking for a more technical, slimmer profile glove to replace my very warm but bulky wool gloves for snowshoeing, and saw the Seirus Windstopper Cyclone at a trading post in Greenville, Maine. I wore them today while snowshoeing in temps around 10°F, with wind chills of around -10°F, and my hands weren't even thinking of getting cold. Full review

SealSkinz Windproof Gloves

rated 4 of 5 stars These are great gloves that really are windproof. I wore them on a 26-mile hike in all weather conditions and my hands stayed warm. These gloves are great! Just like it says, windproof. Kept my hands warm on an all weather trek with high winds and rain and my hands stayed warm. I have Raynauds so it is really important to protect my hands from wind and cold. These gloves did the job. I used the sizing chart provided and ordered a medium. I should be gotten a large. Even though these fit, going up… Full review

Pearl Izumi PRO Softshell Lobster Glove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Pearl Izumi Lobster Glove is an insulated, wind and waterproof split-fingered glove that combines the warmth of a mitt with the dexterity of a glove. After many years of use, primarily as a cyclist, I've found them to be a great piece of clothing for other uses. Fourteen years ago I was an avid road biker, riding in all four seasons, as long as roads were passable. This caused me to ride many days in sub-freezing temperatures. Enter the Pearl Izumi Lobster Gloves. I would regularly ride using… Full review

Stoic Forge Glove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Even with the weird, bright color, I love these gloves. My favorite after years of searching. I've worn these gloves for 2 very snowy and wet months on Mt. Hood. When I first got them, I thought they were a bit stiff, but they broke in nicely. The fit and comfort level are great and the wrist cinching system — though basic — locks out cold and snow. I don't agree with other reviews that they aren't very warm. I think the wool liner, though not removable, is toasty, and they dry well after use. Full review

Outdoor Research Men's Stormtracker Gloves

rated 4.5 of 5 stars An excellent softshell glove that provides great dexterity, comfort, and protection from the elements. I would most certainly purchase these gloves again without a second thought. Glove Model: OR Storm Tracker Glove Type: Softshell (Windstopper) Target Comfort Range: 15/35 degrees Fahrenheit (-9/2 degrees Celsius) Size: XL (S, M, L, and XL available) Gender: Mens (Womens also available in S, M & L (black/charcoal only) Color: Black/Charcoal(Chili/Charcoal also available) Weight: 5.9oz. Full review

Seirus Women's Xtreme All Weather Glove

rated 0.5 of 5 stars I bought these gloves in December 2011 because I liked their snug fit. I like having as much dexterity as possible while wearing gloves.  They were advertised as "Windproof/Weatherproof" so I expected them to be at least as warm as my older OR Windstopper gloves, just with a snugger fit. The REI clerk at the checkout said "These are my favorite gloves!" so I figured I'd made a good choice. I could not have been more wrong. I was going to use them for the first time this coming Saturday on an 8… Full review

Top-Rated Soft Shell Gloves and Mittens

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Hestra Windstopper Race Tracker
$13
user rating: 3 of 5 (1)
EMS Rampart Soft Shell Gloves
$20
Flylow Gear John Henry Glove
$21
Mountain Hardwear Momentum Running Glove
$23
Marmot Fuzzy Wuzzy Glove
$25 - $45
Manzella Versatile
$25
Mountain Hardwear Torsion Glove
$25 - $55
DaKine Electra Glove
$26
Mountain Hardwear Winter Running Glove
$29
Marmot DriClime Glove
$29
REI All-Season Gloves
$30 MSRP
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Seirus Windstopper Cyclone Gloves
$30
Seirus Hyperlite All-Weather Glove
$30
Ibex Work Glove
$32
Marmot Connect Softshell Glove
$33 - $64
CAMP G Tech Dry
$33
Marmot Windstopper Convertible Glove
$33 - $59
Marmot Glide Softshell Glove
$34 - $50
Patagonia Shelled Insulator Fingerless Gloves
$34
Manzella Adventure-100 Glove
$35
Seirus All Weather Glove
$35
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Chaos CTR Glacier Air Protect Glove
$35 MSRP
Under Armour Extreme ColdGear Glove
$35 MSRP
user rating: 2 of 5 (1)
Eddie Bauer First Ascent Lightweight Softshell Gloves
$40 MSRP
CAMP G Comp Wind
$40
Under Armour Ridge Reaper Glove
$79 - $189
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
The North Face TNF Apex Glove
$40 MSRP
DaKine Charger Gloves
$40 MSRP
DaKine Blockade Gloves
$40 MSRP
Outdoor Research Stormsensor Gloves
$42 - $69
Dynafit Radical Softshell Glove
$42
The North Face Quatro Windstopper Etip Glove
$42
Outdoor Research Super Vert Gloves
$44
Mammut Climb Glove
$47 - $78
Outdoor Research Paradigm Glove
$49
Outdoor Research Vert Gloves
$49 MSRP
Marmot Airtime Glove
$50
La Sportiva Trail Gloves
$50
 
EMS Field Glove
$50 MSRP
Ibex Point 62 Glove
$51
Gordini Fall Line Glove
$53 MSRP
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Stormtracker Gloves
$54 - $70
Outdoor Research StormTracker Sensor
$54 - $71
Rab Vapour-rise Glove
$55
Outdoor Research Lodestar Sensor
$59 - $99
Black Diamond Impulse Glove
$70
Rab M14 Glove
$65
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Dachstein 4 Ply Boiled Wool Alpine Mittens
$66 MSRP
Mountain Equipment Super Alpine Glove
$70
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Pearl Izumi PRO Softshell Lobster Glove
$75 MSRP
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