The warmth of fleece gloves with thin, unobtrusive, grip pads on the palm, up the thumb and on the tip of the index finger.
I drive a classic campervan and need warm gloves in the winter. These give enough grip on the steering wheel and all the warmth that I could ask for.
I bought these to replace a 5 year old identical pair that are just starting to show signs of wear (and my son has stolen them!)
these gloves are good as a inner layer for a waterproof gloves, they keep your hands warm, only problem be it only a small one, is the elastic over the wrist is a bit tight if you have large hands and wrists, but just easing the elastic a bit helps, but they are still a good cheap pair of gloves.
I used them in hiking in Wales and Scotland. Kept my hands warm all the time, didn't feel any windy cold. Also they were very helfpul while going back down and was falling down on the rocky terrain - great shock absorption !
thick, strong, windproof, bulletproof
Very happy with the product so u got another pair
Keeps my hands very warm
comfortable and warm
I buy these gloves every couple of years - they are excellent value for money and worn with the Quechua 100% silk liner gloves are certainly adequately warm enough for an Alpine Snowshoeing holiday. I would recommend them to anyone.
Excellent value for money.
Nothing at all.
I have had your usual T.N.F. and other branded makes before but these Quechua are about as good as you are going to get. For the cost they are great - nice and long so they cover the wrist, warm with the protective pads. Even the little touch of long hooks so the could be hung up to dry. Used for dog walks over the moors and even mountain biking on really cold days.
Warm and also keeps wrist warm
For the price it is a decent pair. Doesn't dry too fast and not very comfortable for usage above a couple of hours.