Mountain Hardwear Sizing Chart
|Men's Circumference of Hand||<7-7.5"||8-8.5"||9-9.5"||9.5-10"+|
|Women's Circumference of Hand||6.5-7"||7.5-8"||8"+||-|
|Men's Length of Hand||<6.5-7"||7.5-8"||8.5-9"||9-9.5"+|
|Women's Length of Hand||5-6.5"||7-7.5"||7.5-8"||-|
4.7 out of 5
sturdy and stylish
February 19, 2012
Nice Mountain Hardwear quality glove. Might be too narrow for some, great fit -regardless- without the bulk. The grey is a bit darker than pictured. Have not cleaned it, yet-handwash probably best. Good buy!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Great value, Cons: on the narrow side
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the cuff kills the deal
December 30, 2011
I buy the size small glove according to the sizing chart. The hand fits great, it's warm, seem nicely constructed for a liner. The problem is the cuff. It's not stretchy enough. It's hard to put on or take off the glove without substantial pulling. My wrist watch does not fit in the cuff. I returned it the next day I received it.Pros: Build quality, Cons: Bad design
Lana liner gloves
March 15, 2012
The MH Lana liner gloves are very comfortable and warm. These gloves have minimal stretch so be sure to keep that in mind when ordering the correct size. I think that they are dry clean only but I find that they are very easy to hand wash in the sink. Durability wise I would not be able to give a complete review since I haven't had them long but judging by the build and quality of materials I would say that they are built to last like most of the other MH items I have come across. These gloves also give good dexterity. I am capable of tying shoes ect. with them on which is a bonus.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
Nice warmer for your hands
April 12, 2012
I purchased this glove to run in, and its great for that. Its soft, i can wipe my nose on the thing without worrying about chafin, and it doesnt make my hands sweat. I took them to work and they were dreadful at that. The fabric and "grip pads" grip next to nothing. Dont think you'll be able to handle tools, writing implements or much else for that matter. If you're looking for a glove to wear running and no where else, this is the glove for you. If you want something that can transition to a multifunction glove, look for another model.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Great gloves but have to be dry-cleaned?
January 24, 2012
I bought these gloves for my husband; I liked that they were a blend of natural and synthetic material but did not like that only dry-cleaning was recommended for washing. Oh well, I washed them in some wool wash (Eucalan) and they seemed fine.Pros: Performance, Cons: rec dry clean?
These liners are great
February 03, 2012
These liners are heavier and thicker than normal liners with lgood quality construction. I havent really put them to a hardcore test yet but so far I like em. I did Taichi for an hour out in 20 degree temps and my hands were toasty. I stayed another hour and did Wing Chun handforms and still my hands felt great. They also repel odors.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, warm, Cons: Cost
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December 25, 2011
Great gloves. Very comfortable and true to size. They provide warmth for simple driving and are a great liner for winter ski gloves. Definitely will be purchasing another pair of mountain hard wear gloves.
Warm on those cold days
October 19, 2012
I live up at 10,00 feet. It gets pretty cold even early in the season. I bought these to run in based on another review. And they are perfect for that. But they are also perfect for going out on cold mornings to walk the dogs or run errands or just drive the car. I really love these gloves. I do have one area that rubs at the wrist a little, it feels like a tag but I cannot find anything, otherwise no issues. And yes, I am a female buying guy's gloves but I have big hands and these fit like a dream in the medium.Pros: Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Nice Fitting Gloves
November 07, 2012
These are light gloves for temps above freezing. Great to take along in your pack. Can be used alone or under larger mittens. Use alone for the hike up and as underliner on the decent.Pros: Build quality, Great value
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Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium, size large and size extra large: xs, s, m, l, xl.