River Road Women's Taos Cold Weather Gloves
have had a set before, lost one glove in the mountains. Good gloves for the price. finger with wiper is most helpful. Ordered another set, XL, and too small. I usually wear large in leather work gloves. Return was zero problems Love Revzilla
September 25, 2015
These keep my hands nice and warm in 56 degrees weather, not sure I will evere need the rubber scraper. I have very larger hands and ordered the extra large. The finger are a little long other wise the fit is ok.
March 16, 2015
comfortable, plush ladies cold-weather glove
long on warmth, a bit short on protection. a great fall/winter glove for scootering, but i'll probably look for something more robust for cold-weather cycle rides.
January 5, 2015
Nice gloves for the price
Gloves are very supple leather in my opinion. Havent used in very cold weather yet. I expect they will not be for really cold weather (below 30) but for 40 should be find for my typical 30 minute drive. Overall good comfort. Expect to lose some feel for the throttle but that's expected due to the insulation, but overall was ok for me.
November 26, 2014
Nice midrange glove
No complaints about these loves at all. Fit is dead on: no 1/2" spaces at the end of some fingers and tight on the others. Stitching and finish are above average. Neck of the glove is a little short. I'd prefer it a big longer. Touch is a little dulled but it is still there.
November 23, 2014
I have these gloves about 2 months now. I have been wearing them from 50F to 30F, dry and rain days.
Before I have these glove I was using snowboarding gloves, which is too buckle that I had a hard time to adjust the feeling for clutch control. I have no problem in clutch control when wearing Taos and they fit me very well.
As lots reviews described, Taos gloves are very good for 40F+, even in rainy day, the outer layer is soggy but my hands are dry.
I have wearing Taos once in 30F, my fingers instantly feeling cold after one minute, and was pretty painful on freeway. I plan to use my snowboarding gloves if have to ride below 40F, not Taos. I am a skinny person so sensitive to cold, and I am in Seattle area.
November 20, 2014
Work best below 50 degrees F.
Rode about 50 miles at speeds of 55-70 MPH in mid 50s temp and gloves were borderline too warm. This morning it was in the mid 40s and they were warm and comfortable at 70 MPH for 10+ miles during my commute to work. I suspect they will work fine into the 30s. They are well made, soft, supple, and fit per the sizing chart (I got large and my hand measure 9"). I would prefer that there was no wiper on the left index finger, but that is me. If it's raining, I take my SUV to work. Bonus: River Road clips them together with a metal clip that make an excellent chip bag clip. It won't break like the plastic ones. Note: I removed my aftermarket heated grips because I didn't like them and installed Grab-On foam grip covers. I don't get thermal wicking of heat from the grips\bars which helps in colder weather. Any knucklehead can install the <$12 Grab-Ons in 5 minutes. Do yourself a favor.
October 7, 2014
Not as warm as hoped for
I bought these in size L according to the size chart and they're a snug fit. However, size XL would probably have meant the fingers would be too long. Hopefully they will loosen a bit in time.
I have used these in 10° Centigrade, wind and drizzle and they didn't keep me warm enough. I was thankful for my heated grips.
Still they're a good value for the money if you don't have overly high expectations.
September 22, 2014