Men's Gore-Tex PrimaLoft Ski Gloves is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 72.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Essentials! Winters are harsh here in Western Pennsylvania, and good cold-weather gear is essential. I bought these men's gloves for the snow-shovelers in my household. I don't want them coming back in the house with frozen fingers! These gloves are sturdy, lightweight and warm. The ribbed cuffs at the wrist keep out the snow. The gloves stand up to tough use, and can be used in a pinch to scrape snow and ice from the car (if you can't find your brush). I will probably buy my fellas each another pair so that we have a backup, or so that one pair can be kept in the car. In summary, these gloves are typical of the high quality we expect from LLB!
Date published: 2016-02-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wear out easily I purchased these gloves to replace a pair of gloves I have used for 6 years. After the first winter of wearing these gloves I saw a small amount of wear on them. After the 2nd winter they got holes in them. I will be asking for a replacement or money towards another pair. 2 years for this price of glove is not good enough. I use these for shoveling and skiing. If they replaced the rubbery grip with leather or goatskin, these gloves would be great and I would have payed the extra money for them. Now as for warmth and the top part of these gloves, they are great. Just do not buy these if you doing any labor outdoors.
Date published: 2018-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Gloves for Skiing Average warmth, comfortable, very soft liners, nice built-in gauntlets, waterproof and breathable, work well with my pole straps. My (male) hands are long with thin fingers. These gloves are Large, which is my normal glove size. The finger and thumb length is good. The fingers are on the tight side, so if you have large, thick hands, you might want to go up a size from your usual. I would have given 5 stars if they were just a bit warmer. I've skied with them 3 times and have been able to compare them to other gloves in similar conditions. They're sufficient, but not any warmer than my 5 year old Bean's gloves, which surprised me.
Date published: 2014-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Snowblower Ready They're beautiful gloves and although I haven't been able to test them in September, no doubt these puffy, soft gloves will do the job. This review is to advise on the sizing. At 9" around the knuckles I have "large" hands on the size chart (I certainly do not have large hands) but from experience have learned that foreign made gloves run very small. Therefore, I ordered XL gloves and large glove liners in case of very cold weather. The XL size fits perfectly, not tight and not loose but I wouldn't want them any smaller. There's enough room for the liners too.
Date published: 2018-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm, Dry, and Comfortable I just received these gloves - size medium - and could not be any more satisfied with my purchase. I was looking for an all-purpose glove that would keep me warm in the really cold weather when out and about here in the city as well as keeping my hands (and sleeves) dry when scraping the ice off my car window or shoveling snow. These gloves are very easy to get on, simple to customize the fit, and are not overly bulky. I would say they fit reasonably true to size but if you like more of a loose fit, consider ordering one size up
Date published: 2018-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gore-Tex PrimaLoft Ski Goves & Mittens. I purchased two pair of gloves for warmer days on the mountain and one pair of mittens plus a pair of Prim aloft liners for the mittens on the coldest days. I thought the liners and mittens would be the warmest combination. First, I must say that all of them are comfortable and semi warm. "BUT", even with the liners in the mittens my hands still get cold skiing. I have to put those hand heater packets inside to keep them comfortable. You may find them to be the greatest, as I was hoping for too. But they are the best gloves and mitten I have ever found. Ski on.
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not warm. Liner pulls out of glove. Bad design. I am very disappointed in these gloves. First, they do not keep my fingers warm. I used them for Nordic Skiing on a 20 degree F day. My fingers were frozen. To keep my fingers warm required putting a heat pack into the palm of the glove. Second, the gloves could not be removed without pulling the liner inside out. This made it impossible to put the gloves back on during my ski trek. Such a bad design. How hard would it be to anchor the inner liner to the fingers of the glove? Returning these for a refund.
Date published: 2020-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just Right I go through at least one pair of heavy gloves every winter since I use them for lots of outdoor activities. The primary use is while plowing with my 4-wheeler. I had my first test this morning after 6 inches of powder and the gloves were perfect. Plenty of insulation without too much bulk allowed me to have control of my hands and fingers. I was able to completely forget about cold hands. Still to be determined how they'll handle a wetter environment, but I'm hopeful.
Date published: 2018-11-21