Gore-tex® Storm Trooper
- Breathable stretch woven shell
- Genuine goatskin and cowhide accents
- GORE-TEX® waterproof and breathable insert
- Megaloft® synthetic insulation
- Moisture-wicking lining
- Zippered handwarmer pocket
- Textured palm for enhanced grip
- Gauntlet cuff with drawcord closure and wrist cinch
I've only had these gloves for about a week and am still breaking them in. The circulation in my hands has been reduced as I have aged [71 yo] and I have been using mittens when I ski. This is my attempt at using gloves again for more control. My last ski gloves were Reusch and the hand contour was great. I am hoping these do the same as I break them in!
I had been using some "fleece" gloves, and though it wasn't very cold outside, the wind just cut right through them, so I started looking for some more serious winter gloves. I found this Gordini model offering good features, including Gore Tex at a reasonable price, so I ordered them. After receiving them, I was afraid maybe I'd gone in for overkill. These are some very warm gloves. The weather turned, and it hasn't been above 20F in almost two weeks, and we're looking at highs in the single digits for at least another week. I have found the gloves to be very effective, and sized true to their chart.
I’ve never been sized larger than XL in a glove and usually have ample room at that. The ones I received had very short fingers for an XL and were snug. I cannot wear them - but my son will (until he grows out). Ordering a XXL would have seemed absurd but unless mine were labeled wrong in manufacturing process, sizing up should be recommended.
Exactly what I thought I was getting. I always read reviews before ordering so I knew I needed to order a size larger than normal since the thumb is snug and the fingers are a little on the short side as well.
I ordered a Men's Medium and received a Junior Medium , which, of course, is too small. How do I return the Junior Medium and receive a Men's Medium?