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Fingers stay cozy with these combination gloves and mittens.
Your fingers won’t freeze with these warm winter quilted riding gloves. Added grip keeps reins from slipping through your fingers in the cold. The pocket for your fingers keeps them from getting cold while the separate thumb and pinky finger allow you to grip the reins.
100% Polyester, PU grip at palm.
Machine wash warm. Do not tumble dry, do not use fabric softener, wash inside out.
Varme, men elendig kvalitet.
Kjøpte de i butikk og brukt de to ganger på kort tur. De er varme men har allerede raknet, så velger ikke disse flere ganger. Anbelafes ikke til andre.
Best. Gloves. Ever.
I live in Montana, USA, and the winters here get bitter cold. I have pile lined deerskin finger gloves that I used for a couple years when feeding horses, but in -40F windchill my fingers would be blue within 5 minutes, even with layering. I wanted a glove that was flexible enough to maneuver chains and gate latches but toasty enough that I wouldn't get frostbite throwing hay. These mittens changed my life. I've had them for three long winters now, the last of which was *extreme*, and not once did I have cold fingers. I layer them with cheap cotton finger gloves underneath and I'm absolutely set. The grippy underneath is nigh barbwire proof – they're my favorite for stepping through nasty fences. These guys come out with me at least twice a day, and I have used and abused them. The stitching has split in some places because of excessive wear and tear on my part, but they're still warm and functional. If they've lasted this long for me, they'll likely be immortal for anyone else. They're not necessarily waterproof as they can get soaked (still better than my deerskin gloves) and hay does stick in their lining. I haven't used them riding, so I can't attest to that. Regardless, I will vouch for these little life savers until Rapture comes. Or until they *completely* fall apart, which I can't see happening within 5 years. Needless to say, I highly recommend these gloves.