- Back-of-Hand EVA Foam Padding
- Neoprene Wrist
- Chamude Clarino
Fabric GORE-TEX® insert with X-TRAFIT™ technology // 100% stretch-nylon face // Synthetic Leather Clarino® palm // Neoprene back of hand and back of fingers
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 4.2oz / 119g (L)
- Stormcell Gloves™ (Review by By John)
Just got my pair. Although the recommended temperature range is between -9~4 Celsius, the gloves work fine without getting too warm as the temperature dropped from 25 to 15 Celsius with continuous rain.However the fit may be odd for Asians like me. The size guide says that I should use M, but only my forefingers and middle fingers feel fit. The thumb parts are a little bit long but acceptable, while the ring finger and pinkie parts are longer than my fingers around 1 centimeter. I can bear with that, but that always feels odd. I hope that I am the only one with this issue.One more things was surprised is the sticky part can work with touch screen
(Posted on 11/26/12)
- Stormcell Gloves™ (Review by By Mark)
I took these gloves with me to a deployment to Afghanistan. During the course of the winter and early spring I wore these gloves almost every day while patrolling in Frozen rocky mountainous terrain and while working with various equipment. I used them in everything from sleeting rain to packed snow fall. I had no problems and they always kept my hands warm and dry. The only Issue I had was that the pads on the fingers and palm were not as sticky as when the gloves first arrived. However I think that is to be expected due to heavy use. That being said I still didn't have too many problems with slipping. I will buy another pair, however after 5 months of heavy use they are still going strong and I don't see a need to replace them at this time.
(Posted on 3/3/11)
- Stormcell Gloves™ (Review by By Puff Daddy)
I bought these gloves for use at work (US Coast Guard) in Kodiak, AK. I am an aviator, so I use them for day to day activities, commuting on cold windy days, and on the flight line prior to and after flights. Excellent for cold days on the flight line. Thick enough to provide wind and cold protection, yet thin enough so that I don't sacrifice the dexterity you lose with heavy gloves. With long exposure in sub freezing and windy days my hands do get cold, but I truly don't believe you can ask for much more from this pair of gloves. They also have handy loops at the base for pulling them on. Those engineers thought of everything.
(Posted on 1/31/11)