I am really impressed by these gloves. Was sold after trying them on.
Not my favorite for really cold or heavy powder days. They need regular conditioning to stay waterproof. I've had cold hands in these a couple of times. Carrying a good liner for cold days certainly helps.
They are after all named a fall glove. Perfect for spring and fall. Pretty good for mid winter. (Posted on 2/15/2016)
You can see the light at the end of the hot, sweaty tunnel: winter is almost here! Soon crisp flakes of snow will barrage from the sky and cover the naked mountain peaks. You can imagine carving through that first, thick blanket of powder in a pair of newly sharpened and waxed skis.