Fleece Gloves and Mittens

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less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$500 and above

Recent Fleece Glove/Mitten Reviews

Outdoor Research Men's Backstop Sensor Gloves

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Updated version adds sensor and a bit more thickness. Used an earlier version for many years and liked them a lot.  The glove still fills the bill: Nice and lightweight; snug fit. Windstopper still on the back of the hand is the key feature. This update adds sensor fingertips and slightly thicker fleece. Nice in cold windy conditions. The earlier version had a bit more silicone on palm-side and under fingers, which aided grip. Will see how well it holds up over time overall. Full review

Outdoor Research Men's PL 400 Sensor Gloves

rated 4.5 of 5 stars 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

Ibex Knitty Gritty Fingerless Glove

rated 4 of 5 stars Great merino gloves. I bought a pair of these gloves about two years ago. Now they have some holes and the wool is not in great shape, but I believe I have used them every day for about 5 months of each year. Also the grippers on the palm help you to grab things with more grip than a classic wool glove. Full review

Outdoor Research Men's Lost Coast Fingerless Mitts

rated 3 of 5 stars I bought these to wear over thin liner gloves. I had the same type of mitten, but a cheaper version, in size medium which was a tight fit, so I ordered a large. Wore them on two hikes. They fit like mediums, but these are very warm unlike the ones they replaced and the pinky kept on coming out while using hiking poles. Used them in temps around 10 degrees, windy and the last hike had wind gusts up to about 30 mph. Full review

Broner Fleece Flip Top Mitten

rated 3.5 of 5 stars 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

Columbia Trail Summit Running Glove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars 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

The North Face Women's Denali Thermal Mitt

rated 4 of 5 stars These mitts make a nice liner to a waterproof shell. They're also quick, and easy for an all-purpose "on the go" hand cover. I've used the North Face Denali gloves as liners for a few years inside of a Gore-tex shell. They've always performed fairly well. For the price point they are good. I thought I'd try using the mitt instead of the glove to see if it increased warmth. It does.  Fit and comfort: These mitts are a very comfortable faux type fur fleece. It's very comfortable. It tends to mat… Full review

The North Face Men's Denali Etip Glove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars 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

Patagonia Wind Shield Gloves

rated 4 of 5 stars 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

Top-Rated Fleece Gloves and Mittens

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user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Gripper Gloves
$30 - $55
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Backstop Sensor Gloves
$28 - $40
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research PL 400 Sensor Gloves
$28 - $40
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
The North Face Denali Etip Glove
$10 - $30
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
The North Face Denali Thermal Mitt
$12 - $23
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Patagonia Wind Shield Gloves
$39
user rating: 3 of 5 (2)
Marmot Connect Glove
$24 - $30
user rating: 3 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Lost Coast Fingerless Mitts
$44 - $55
Smartwool Stagecoach Glove
$40 - $55
Montane Power Stretch Pro Grippy Glove
$45
Outdoor Research Longhouse Sensor Gloves
$21
Arc'teryx Rivet Glove
$52 - $69
prAna Joely Mittens
$20
The North Face Powerstretch Gloves
$23 - $35
Outdoor Research Exit Sensor Gloves
$35 - $59
Outdoor Research PL Sensor Gloves
$16
Outdoor Research Versaliner Mitts
$33
Rab Power Stretch Pro Glove
$30 - $34
Montane Power Stretch Pro Glove
$40
The North Face TKA 100 Glove
$19 - $24
Arc'teryx Venta LT Glove
$69
Outdoor Research PL 150 Gloves
$23
Outdoor Research Pinball Mittens
$31 - $32
REI Fleece Gloves
$12
Black Diamond MidWeight Windlbloc Fleece Gloves
$40
Arc'teryx Delta Glove
$34 - $49
Outdoor Research Sensor Gloves
$34 - $55
Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Stimulus Glove
$20 - $40
Rab Power Stretch Contact Glove
$35
Mountain Hardwear Desna Stimulus Glove
$21 - $30
Smartwool Cozy Glove
$14 - $31
Black Diamond HeavyWeight ScreenTap Fleece Gloves
$45
Marmot Fleece Glove
$12 - $25
Outdoor Research Flurry Sensor Gloves
$28 - $40
Outdoor Research Fuzzy Gloves
$18 - $27
Marmot Power Stretch Glove
$20 - $30
Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Glove
$30 - $47
Outdoor Research PL 400 Mitts
$40
Columbia Thermarator Glove
$14 - $19
Outdoor Research Melody Sensor Gloves
$19 - $35
Fox River Fingerless Ragg Glove
$14
Outdoor Research Flurry Mitts
$40
Arc'teryx Venta Glove
$69
Patagonia Micro D Gloves
$31 - $39
Patagonia Synchilla Gloves
$13 - $39
Marmot Connect Trail Glove
$44
Marmot Windstopper Glove
$37 - $50
Outdoor Research Extravert Glove
$47
Outdoor Research Fuzzy Sensor Gloves
$27 - $37
Outdoor Research Gripper Convertible Gloves
$39 - $54
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