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Not worth the price, don't keep my fingers warm in subzero temps
I bought a pair of these gloves at a local dealer in Milwaukee while I was in the middle of a cross-country motorcycle ride from the east coast. I really needed warmer gloves because I was headed into rain and snow with temps in the upper 20's to low 30's. Being unfamiliar with the area I just stopped at a decent-sized dealership and decided any price I pay would be worth it given the circumstances. They didn't have any winter gloves intended for cycles so I was directed to these gloves. The salesman insisted they would keep me warm down to about 0 degrees F so despite the $150 price I purchased them. For the entire day we rode in a mix of light-heavy rain. The gloves kept me dry but when the temps dropped below freezing I could feel it in the tips of my fingers. The next morning we took off with temps in the low 20's - my fingers froze and I had to curl them into the palm every once in a while to warm them up.
I use the gloves now as I commute to work every day and again my fingers get cold in subzero temps. A pair of electric liners would probably do quite well coupled with these gloves but by the time you put all that together you've got way too much tied up in warm hands - there are much better options. Better planning and I would have purchased from Revzilla.
November 2, 2013
Not for me...
Glove looks great, but are overpriced for what you get. No thinsulate, really? The liner is a joke and balls up inside the glove... Very difficult to actually put on. Can't imagine if my hand were hot or whet. Outside of the glove the liner fits my hand. The glove itself is very tight around the fingers... they're long enough, but way too tight. Maybe OK for a bike, but you're hands will freeze on a sled. OEM gloves DO NOT fit like this.
If this glove were ALL leather and simply insulated with 150 gms of thinsulate, only then would it be worth the asking price. I returned them without even wearing.
Revzilla is a top notch retailer, but I would NOT recommend these gloves to any snowmobiler.
February 13, 2013
Unimpressed with cold weather protection
For being over $100 glove I would have expected this to keep my hands warm while on the trails. Even with hand warmers running on high, my fingers still got cold in 15 degree weather! Sure that is a little cold, but still with the warmers running it should be no problem at all. I have leather choppers that have no problem keeping my hands warm in subzero degree weather. I understand gloves will NEVER outperform mitten/choppers, but really 15 degrees and my hands get cold after 20mins of riding!!! I have also just gone on walks having these gloves and same thing happens my fingers start to get cold very quickly so it isn't just the wind factor while riding. That is just plain crazy. Clearly the inner liner isn't designed well. If I can find a liner that is heated I am going to replace it with that to see if they can do any better.
As far as my hands staying dry, yes they do stay dry, so that is a plus, but these are for snowmobiling and the first thing I want (I'm sure others do as well) is to be warm! Not impressed for how expensive these gloves are and these are Klim's top of the line? Very disappointed!
January 2, 2012
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A shopper asked:Trying to find a Klim glove similar to the Arctic Cat leather gloves that I've worn for years. Does this glove use thinsulate insulation? If so how many grams and where is it located in the glove?Jan 27, 2013
RevZilla:The Klim Summit Gloves does not offer any thinsulate insulation, but do offer a removable fleece lining, which provides you the thermal protection (not as good as thinsulate though).Jan 29, 2013