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"||-|
4.4 out of 5
February 15, 2013
The most form fitting gloves I have ever owned with curved grip to effortlessly hold ski poles. They are comfortable, attractive, and super warm.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use
December 01, 2012
I followed the sizing guide and ordered a medium glove size and this glove fit true to the measurements. I was very impressed with the dexterity, the grip of goatskin leather, and how thin these gloves felt. These gloves kept my hands warm all day, that day temperatures ranged from 15-35 degrees, and I believe they will keep your hands warm in much colder weather. They will also keep your hands dry, to see just how waterproof the gloves were I put them under the kitchen faucet for a couple of minutes and all of the water just beaded off. I am very impressed with these gloves!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
April 19, 2012
I bought and was glad it was delivered fast since a storm was about to hit us. I went hiking and used that weekend and I could be happier with this product. Play all day in the snow and my hands were DRY and warm.Pros: Great design, Great value, perfect fit
Low bulk waterproof gloves
March 07, 2013
The main reason I purchased these gloves was for the long, slender gauntlet. I like how I can easily get the sleeve of my ski jackets to fall over the cuff because with my other gloves the bulky cuff would cause the sleeve to get caught up on them. I've noticed that the lining of the glove loses some of the loft after a short while, which means they lose some insulating ability but they gain more room for me to use a glove liner. Despite being a soft shell material they've been 100% waterproof so far. As far as fit goes I normally use size L gloves but in these the XL fit better, so you may want to go up one size.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: quickly loses some loft
Decent Spring Glove, not ready for January
January 28, 2013
While the construction and initial fit seemed right, the glove didn't handle cold weather well. The insulation under the fingers seems null and void, thus I felt immediately cold. THe glove did warm up, but it wasn't entirely pleasant along the way. When I took the gloves off for lunch and then used the later in the day, they seemed moist. They just didn't repel the moisture. Lastly, the glove extends quite a long ways up your sleeve. It is a true under the cuff glove, but getting them on and tucked under was a pain. Overall, the glove was ok.. I have had worse but it didn't seem to warrant the price.Pros: Build quality, Cons: Low performance, weren't warm
good quality but narrow
March 07, 2013
I've found these gloves to be fairly warm, waterproof and stylish. I have size large, and the glove is a bit narrower than indicated. I'm hoping it will stretch out some. I would recommend these if your hand width is less than what MH indicates on the size chart.Pros: Build quality, Performance, Cons: poor fit
Fit like a...glove
November 21, 2011
These are warm and well-made the fingers are anatomically shaped for added dexterity. The cuff is a snug fit that allows a tight seal inside a jacket. I used these all day and they stayed waterproof and warm. I measured a medium in glove sizing and these fit true to size.
Mountain Hardware Zeus
January 26, 2012
Great winter glove. If you are looking for warmth, these are the ones. true to size, measure hand lengthwise for sizing. Bought these for my husband mainly for hiking and snow shovelling. Worth the price.
Black, Cordovan, Sea Salt and Shark.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size small, size medium, size large and size extra large: s, m, l, xl.