- Quick Drying
- Silicone Grip Pads on Palm and Finger Tips
- MotionWrap™ Construction for Minimal Seaming
- Leather Grab Tab at Wrist
- Pull Loop
- Glove Clip
Fabric: Alpin-Wool™ Plus 2L, 43% wool, 38% polyester, 19% nylon fleece with 100% polyester backer
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 2.0oz / 58g (M)
- Women's Flurry Gloves, almost perfect (Review by Diana)
I love these gloves. I have since I bought them about 8 years ago. They are warm and comfortable. I love that they combine wool with fleece. For me, the sizing is spot on. I have worn them during the late fall and winter in Maine and WA, during hikes, outings and dog walks. For really cold temps, I would wear and outer glove and use these as the liner. I deducted a star since the two layers are separating on a few of the fingers. The silicone grip pads are also starting to come off. Am I being harsh or picky, maybe, because they are old? Maybe I ought to contact them and talk about the warranty. I just bought my second pair.
(Posted on 1/1/16)
- The perfect glove (Review by Baumer)
I own about 4 pairs of these so I never find myself without them. They are plenty warm without being too thick and allow me enough dexterity that I don't have to keep taking them off every time I need to work a buckle or snap. They are just thick enough that the cold doesn't penetrate through when holding on to trekking/ski poles or my horse's thick leather reins. When things get really cold, they are still low profile enough that I can throw a pair of mitts over them.
(Posted on 8/18/15)
- Women's Flurry Gloves™ (Review by By Mother Moose)
The best thing about these gloves is how they feel on. They really caress your hands and make them warm, especially in damp environments. They are stretchy. I have a huge collection of gloves for bike riding, paddling, xcounty skiing, alpine skiing, hiking, camping, and outdoor work. These are the best all around glove. They are not suitable for cold weather (<25 deg) unless doing cardio sport, or for rough out door work (due to knit exterior). I live in Alaska and I use these for all seasons. I lost a pair while rafting the Kenai River and I couldn't last a week without another pair. I'm going to purchase some for my kids because they are always borrowing mine, most recently for salmon fishing. So now I have to wash the stink out. Luckily, they wash up great!
(Posted on 7/4/12)
- Women's Flurry Gloves™ (Review by By Bonnie the paddling priest)
I love these gloves. The only thing that made me sad--was I lost my first pair the very first day I wore them. So I had to order a new pair right away. They are incredibly warm--even when they get covered with snow or water. They fit close enough to enable me to use my hands for small motor movements but they are thick enough to keep my hands and fingers really warm. They also have great grippers on the palms and fingers. I also love the loops on each of the gloves--I have a tiny carabiner clipped to a side pocket zipper so I just loop the gloves through the carabiner--and well--now I don't lose them. Awesome gloves.
(Posted on 1/16/11)
- Women's Flurry Gloves™ (Review by By Coreen)
I use the gloves all year. They aren't liners for me. They are warm, have good grip, wash easily and have worn really well for 3 winters, This years early sea kayaking (May in Alberta)wore them after or just to warm up my hands and they slid on easy and dried fast. Kayaked in Alberta on November 6/2010 and they went on chilly wet paws and dried at an amzing speed. Wicked the water from my hands and they were warm in a matter of seconds! I LOVE this product!
(Posted on 1/3/11)
- Women's Flurry Gloves™ (Review by By Sarah in Montana)
These gloves are great, and are really warm for their weight. Perfect for sunny days cross-country skiing or hiking during the winter. I would recommend that you actually do measure your hands before ordering, though, I tend to wear a Small in gloves and in these I am a decided Medium.
(Posted on 12/27/10)