- Quick Drying
- Touch- Screen Compatible
- Soft and Tactile Leather Palm
- MotionWrap™ Construction
- MirrorSeam™ Double-Layer Fleece Construction
- Contoured Wrist
- Glove Clip
Fabric: Radiant Fleece™ 95% polyester, 5% spandex, 100 weight // Water-resistant goat leather palm // Touch-Screen leather index and thumb
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 2.9oz / 81g (L)
- Warm, but Poor Fit (Review by Thomas)
I bought these gloves in medium and was disappointed in the fit. For the most part, the gloves fit ok except for the pinkies. The pinkies on both gloves were too big and too long and the gloves felt like they were sliding off below the pinkies. They seemed to be pretty warm, but I never actually put them to the test due to the poor fit in the pinkies. I'm going to try a different OR sensor glove.
(Posted on 12/10/15)
- Great Glove (Review by John)
I am in the Army and am stationed in Alaska. I am required to wear gloves in uniform at all times 6 months out of the year. I therefore go through about 2 sets of lightweight gloves a year. I have had the Sensor gloves all winter and while they have slight blemishes they are still in great shape. Taking gloves on and off a few dozen times a day tends to wear out the stitching but the seams look great after 5 months of use. As for the touch screen compatibility, it works. It can be hard to type a text message but its doable, but answering a call or making a call is easy. Bottom line, the gloves does exactly what I got it to do.
(Posted on 3/17/14)
- Big Step Down from Previous Model (Review by Jon)
Wow--what a disappointment. I loved the earlier version of these gloves but lost one. These look better (more subtle--able to wear around town), but they changed the construction to a cheaper method and the fit is awful.
Comparing the old and the new, I see the old has some sophisticated design around the tips of the fingers (leather wraps around back of finger so there's no seam where you'd touch a screen)--new ones are simple leather half sewn to polyester half. Big seem gets in way of controlling touchscreen.
(Posted on 11/10/13)