Fleece Gloves and Mittens
The best fleece gloves and mittens, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
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Recent Fleece Glove/Mitten Reviews
I liked the idea of midweight liners to do small camp tasks in and to use while skinning. I’m just not sure these are burly enough for camp tasks or thin enough to be used as glove liners. The leather palm probably temped me to be too rough on them. The search for the perfect glove continues... If you're interested in gloves that aren't made from plastic you might want to check out these. The majority of these gloves is made from renewable materials such as goat leather and wool. Very little… Full review
The Black Diamond HeavyWeight WoolTech glove liners provide good hand dexterity in cool weather (sub 40°F), while also working as a liner under a heavier glove or mitten in colder weather (approx. 28°F). Quality goatskin palms give greater feel and durability, allowing the wearer to focus on the chore "at-hand." The HeavyWeight WoolTech Liner glove is ideal for people looking for versatility, without looking flashy or breaking the bank. These gloves are ideal as a liner in all cold weather outdoor… Full review
These form fitted gloves are comfortable and pair well with a shell. The screen tap finger and thumb work consistently well as long as they are dry. They are lightweight. I just wish that they were warmer. Fit and comfort: The overall fit of the glove is nice. They are form fitted. In other words, the stitching contours the natural form of the hand to a certain extent. They are comfortable in going out in cool weather. Adjustability: There is no need for adjusting since the gloves are fitted. Full review
Warm, lightweight, wind and water-resistant gloves. The e-tips work every time, and for me at least they’re warm at temps much lower than most reviewers report. i bought my TNF Denali Etip gloves this past winter for use in warmer winter temps, and they worked great while hiking and snowshoeing in those temps maybe 5 degrees either side of 32°F that seem to be so hard to keep hands warm in. What I found out this winter, however, is that the Denali Etips keep my hands nice and warm snowshoeing… Full review
Extra warm liner gloves that work great alone or under a shell. As a big fan of liner gloves for the shoulder seasons I've worn a handful (pun intended) of brands. The warmth was what it was. Enough to take a bit of the chill off but usually more functional under gloves or mitts. But the OR PL 400's allow me to get much farther down in to the temps while still providing the type of dexterity that I like when using poles or doing camp chores. Easily the warmest liners I've ever tried. The trick is… Full review
An emergency pick-up turns out to be useful. These are light Polartec fleece fingerless gloves that convert into mittens—a piece of fleece folds over to cover your fingers. The mitten part sits out of the way via a small piece of hook/loop on the back. I find myself using these more than I expected, love the versatility. When you're heading to a cold weather football game and forgot gloves....you buy what you can. I found these at a college campus outdoors store in Evanston. What do these offer… Full review
Great running gloves. Or really good liner gloves, your call. Caveat: I am a member of the Columbia Sportswear Testing Program, however I have yet to test anything for them and I bought these long before I had this affiliation. This is one of those odd situations where a niche product is exactly what I was looking for. Last spring I started running outside again and needed some super light, breathable gloves to wear as I run because my body heats up everywhere when I run except my hands. Weird… Full review
Light, durable, excellent liners that breathe as well as a versatile glove. Fit and Comfort: The gloves fit fine. They slip on and off without a hitch. Fleece has that sweet spot of just enough snug without constriction. Water Resistance: Fleece does not absorb water, so they keep your hands dry even when paired with a exterior shell (I use a Gore-tex mitt shell). Breathability: Fleece has amazing breathability with warmth retention. Warmth: Warm for temps from 20°F-40° depending on your level… Full review
Great gloves for high output activities in cold weather. Lightweight, breathable, lightly insulating, and touch-screen compatible. Perfect for winter trail running, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. I just returned from a three-day trip to Mammoth Lakes in California's eastern Sierras. The Wind Shield Gloves were my go-to gloves for snowshoeing day trips the whole time. The gloves come in sizes XS-XL. I typically wear a medium, and these are true to size. The fit is slim. They have no adjustability,… Full review