- September 17 2011
Product with great quality and really warm!! But a little bit too tight....Next time I will choose a larger one...First time to buy this brand, but consider as a really tough stuff~~
- January 17 2011
These gloves are great. They are warm and I had no problem gripping my poles. I would recommend these gloves to any skiers. They are exactly what I was looking for. Kinda awesome looking too.
- December 22 2010
Warm gloves but a bit thick for fine movement
I got these gloves to use for shoveling the driveway and playing with my kids in the snow in the burbs. No ice axes or GPS involved. The gloves are comfortable, but the padding is thick and though flexible and with a natural curve, the thickness makes coordination difficult. This is somewhat balanced by the grippier fabric on the fingertips. When I received the gloves, there were a couple of loose threads, but one seems like it could be an important structural seam so I haven't cut it off yet. If the gloves fall apart like my North Face gloves did, then I'll update this review. Overall, good for the cold and play. Haven't put the GoreTex to the test yet.
- February 5 2011
I usually wear a large, but these fit very snug. They were bulkier than the description had implied as well. They seemed to be very well made and seemed like they would last a while and be very warm. Unfortunately, I had to send back because of the size issue.
- February 1 2012
Men's GTX Storm Trooper Gloves
I thought the Storm Trooper was a little tight compared with the Fuse or the less expensive Elevation. The Fuse would be my top choice in a non-goose down glove, or for those really on a budget, the Elevation. Dexterity is important in skiing and this glove was inferior to the other two in that department. For ultimate warmth, I would go with the Gordini Ultimate glove or the Leather Goose.