Here's what other sites are saying:
The Swix Cross Gloves will keep you warm and comfortable when you turn up the intensity on the trail. Wind- and water-resistant soft-shell uppers feature neoprene inserts for added comfort and 70g Thinsulate(R) lining for low-bulk warmth. Amara(R)-patterned gripping palms ensure slip-free performance. Fleece lining wicks away moisture and enhances warmth. Neoprene cuffs with rip-and-stick tabs seal in warmth. Fully articulated fingers, palms and outside seam offer high-level comfort. The Swix Cross gloves feature a soft, absorbent nose wipe on thumbs.
- REI refers to the men's version
CLOSEOUTS . The Thinsulateand#174; insulation and weather-resistant soft shell construction of Swix's New Cross gloves offer versatile, low-bulk warmth and flexible comfort ideal for high-energy pursuits on the trail, pavement and slopes. Available Colors: BLACK, RED. Sizes: L, M, S, XL.
- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version
Skate hard in the sun and shade without cold or sweaty hands in the Swix New Cross Glove. The 70g Thinsulate insulation is enough to get you from your car to the trailhead in the early morning chill, and the moisture-wicking fleece lining prevents afternoon sweats. If the wind and snow come on hard during your loop back to the car, youAAAll be protected by the wind-and-water-resistant polyester and neoprene shell, and the last stretch becomes an all-out sprint with the help of the Amara patterned palms that keep your poles under your complete control.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version
Designed to be worn for Alpine and Nordic skiing, the Swix Men's Cross Gloves are flexible and provide just the right amount of warmth to keep you skiing at your best. The neoprene knuckles and wrist allow mobility and the 70g Thinsulate insulation ensures the appropriate amount of warmth is provided. Swix gloves are preferred by the Norwegian Ski Association.
- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version