Rated 3 out of 5 by 16yrllbeanshopper Size runs very small
My husband wears a medium men's glove normally. but these run very small. Fits me very tightly, and I'm a women's medium. I don't even think i could wear them comfortably.
We exchanged for the large, which I hope will fit much better, just disappointed because LL Bean never had sizing issues. We hope the quality isn't changing, but do like the inner fleece liner and outer shell. Will review the large when they come.
April 23, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by golfdoc2 tough getting on
The gloves have an inner lining that is difficult to get your hand in
January 14, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by RmblOn A qualified success
They are good at repelling moisture.
They are fair at warmth. The temp was 7 degrees and shortly after I put them on my finger tips were freezing. Warmth was one of the major reasons I bought the gloves.
They're a bit large and bulky. They're good for shoveling but for anything finer you have to take them off and that's the last thing you want to do in 7 degrees.
I don't regret buying them but I could only give a qualified recommendation to someone considering buying them.
January 22, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5
by Elkhunter100 Seam fraying issues
I've had the gloves for about 3 weeks and have used them in the snow to shovel snow from the front sidewalk. I've noticed in the last couple of days that the sewing seams are unraveling around the two middle fingers on each hand. By and large though, the gloves are warm to 0 deg +/-. They are comfortable and easy to put on in cold weather. For the price of the gloves ($75 +/-), the construction and assembly of these gloves seem to be not up to the price tag. There are more positive features to these gloves than negative features, therefore I would recommend them to others, but would not suggest them to be used for work.
January 1, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by woof156 overpriced and not warm
These gloves appear to be well constructed. The inner lining glove is often hard to get into as the glove fingers twist when you remove your hand, making re-entry more difficult. The gloves are waterproof in all my usage but they are not warm. If you have cold sensitive hands these gloves are about as warm as a good set of fleece gloves which basically they are (with a water proof shell). The dangly straps snag on just about every thing they can, like snow thrower controls etc. They are waaaay too long. For their utility as winter working gloves they are way overpriced. The snow shield wrists are good for working in deep snow but again the drawstrings snag on all sorts of inconvenient things. If you want warm gloves for cold winter days outside I would look elsewhere --unless you have heater hands.
December 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tightwad2 LL Bean scores again!
Gloves fit exactly to size.Shipping was prompt and easy to track.This glove has many tech features making it very versatile.
December 4, 2013