0 - 5° works well with a cold hand. High-quality gloves.
These are worth every penny. 6/5 if stars were enough.
Hands stay dry. For me, they don't work at temperatures above 5c, they are so warm that my hands sweat. But between +5C..-5C are excellent for at least an hour's commute.
The water resistance is not particularly good, they get wet after running for a few hours. The inner material is very sticky when wet, you can't get your hands on these when wet. However, they remain moderately warm even when wet.
Good gloves for cycling in slightly cooler and damp weather
Excellent riding gloves for cycling in cool weather. It's worth taking a size larger than the usual size, because the sizing is tight.
A great glove for autumn, early winter.
They work well - they warm and breathe at the same time.
Good gloves that protect against moisture and wind. Finger dexterity is not quite the same as in the Sealskinz Waterproof All Weather Glove, but a degree warmer. When cycling - at 5 below zero, the fingers start to get cold.
I have been using this glove for more than a month and it is as described. Keeps your hand warm enough, good protection from wind and looks and feels like a high quality product.
Works. Not terribly warm, otherwise good.
Holds wind and rain as promised. There isn't much insulation, I expected maybe a little warmer. With silk underwear gloves, you can get by in zero temperatures or a little below. It does depend on whether you are commuting or working up a sweat in the forest. Completely different conditions and the effect of wind and internal heat production are different.
Very good gloves for both sports and yard work in winter
Seems working after a couple of weeks of testing. Quite warm.
Otherwise good gloves but the fingers are pretty short.
Good-feeling glove, but unfortunately not an “All Weather” glove. The water starts to creep in from the sauna after about 30-40min of driving.