Hands need baselayers, too. The lightweight, water-repellent Hit The Trail excels as a heat-packing liner layer or nimble running glove.
Product does not hold up.
PostedNovember 29, 2011
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The grip dots applied to these gloves started coming off immediately. Within a week, all the finger tips were bare. I only wore these while driving and grocery shopping. After a few more weeks, the grip dots are coming off on the palms. Pretty soon I am going to be slipping and sliding around in these gloves and I will not be able to do something as simple as opening a door. Dots have apparently come off while driving and have made a little mess in my car. The warming technology is very apparent when it is still fairly warm out, but if the weather gets below 35 degrees Fahrenheit, your hands will freeze! I would never use these for outdoor activities and sports - they would not last two hours! These gloves are a horrible investment and I want a refund!