Kombi Storm Cuff II Softshell Glove (Men's)

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    Style: 1-1592

    The Kombi Storm Cuff Glove is a softshell men's glove which is great for extra dexterity. Thinsulate® insulation is added to offer reliable warmth in a very low-profile package, again, to contribute to dexterity. Waterguard fabric keeps wet weather at bay, and an Accu-Dri lining keeps sweat from building up keeping hands more comfortable overall.

    • Warm Thinsulate insulation
    • Accu-Dri lining prevents sweat buildup
    • Waterguard waterproof fabric
    • Articulated fingers for freedom of movement
    • Soft nose wipe
    • Adjustable wrist to keep out cold air
    • Durable Ribtex and softshell fabric
    • Inner fleece cuff fits under cuffs to keep out cold air

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    Q:
    "What level of cold will these keep hands warm at when the wearer is not active?"
    2 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by sugar on 12/10/2011 - 7:41 pm
    A:
    "These gloves do not have a temperature rating. However, they do have Thinsulate insulation which will keep anyone warm in snowy weather. "
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/11/2011 - 3:52 pm
    A:
    "I just posted a review that somewhat addresses this. My guess is you should be fine in 10-15 degree weather with light winds if you are not active."
    Answer by jcalton on 12/26/2012 - 4:24 pm
    Q:
    "There is no sizing chart for the gloves?"
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    Question by mnair on 10/6/2012 - 10:29 pm
    A:
    "Sizing for gloves can be found by using a measuring tape to measure around the knuckles on your hand through the palm area. A size small measures 6.5"-7.5", medium is 7.5"-8.5", large is 8.5"-9.5", and an x-large is 9.5"-10.5"."
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/10/2012 - 9:56 am
    Q:
    "Will these gloves keep a senior's fingers warm?"
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    Question by staythecourse on 11/18/2014 - 3:51 pm
    A:
    "Yes, these gloves are very warm! I'd also recommend the Dakine Nova Glove!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/18/2014 - 4:17 pm

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    4.0

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    4.0

    Warm, comfortable, fingers a tad big

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    The previous generation Storm Cuff fit perfectly and was the best pair of winter gloves I've owned. These are almost as good, but the fingers are longer, especially the thumb, which has an extra 1/2 inch of room.

     
    4.0

    Good glove for the price

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    from Missouri

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    I bought these gloves for winter riding on my scooter(s). I tend to drive about 3 miles at 35 mph, ten to twenty times per week and if the temperature is below 30, I can't feel the tips of my fingers at the end of that drive. If you are doing something with your hands, they'll stay much warmer. Undoubtedly if you are shoveling, you'll sweat.

    I have small hands and as is often the case with gloves, I was faced with this choice:
    A glove with fingers that fit, but tight in the thumb, or a thumb that fits when stretched, but oversized fingers. That's no different here, but in order to maintain good finger control for the brakes, I opted for fingers that fit.

    Pros:
    Waterproof (verified)
    Fairly tight profile (no fat finger syndrome)
    Has friction/grip material on fingers
    Nose wipe and goggle wipe
    Looks attractive; black matches almost everything
    Better/warmer than leather for cold-weather riding

    Cons:
    Lack of cuff
    Doesn't work at low temps
    Goggle wipe is on the right hand, which is almost universally used for throttle and front brake...would be better on the left.

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