Great gloves, but not as warm as I had hoped. In Seattle, we usually sit about 35 - 40 deg in the winter and the wind is cutting through after 2 weeks of use already. First week was great and they were warm, but now they are just as good as a standard winter glove I had before. Time to invest in the heated gloves I guess.
Tourmaster Winter Elite Gloves [obs]
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THE TOUR MASTER WINTER ELITE ARE GOOD GLOVES THAT COME WITH A MYRIAD OF FEATURES BUT, I STILL FOUND MY HANDS GETTING A LITTLE COLD AFTER A 15 MILE RIDE IN MID THIRTY DEGREES WEATHER. THE GAUNTLET IS A LITTLE BULKY BUT YOU CAN GET USE TO THEM PRETTY QUICKLY. IT APPEARS THAT TEMPERATURES BELOW 40 DEGREES IS THEIR CUT OFF POINT. SO IF YOU BRAVE THE ELEMENTS AND STAY ABOVE 40 YOU SHOULD BE GOOD TO GO.
I did a lot of research for some winter gloves and found many people recommending these gloves. I have used these gloves into the low 30 degree mark and my hands were still warm. They are not for warm weather you will bake in 65 plus. They are big and bulky but I guess thats to be expected for a true cold weather glove.
The gloves are really comfortable and seems like they will be great during the winter. It is just the beginning of November here in PA, so I can't give you a dead of winter review. I love the fact that the waterproof outer glove is stowed in the gauntlet and can be opened and closed at will. No extra outer glove needed.
There have been no questions asked about the Tourmaster Winter Elite Gloves [obs].