Spyke Inuit Glove - Black
Customer Product Reviews
An answer for the 4th season
Finding the correct gloves to wear during winter is more difficult than one would suppose, especially if you have large hands Normal gloves are not too difficult, pay your money and make your choice. Even if they are tight the leather will stretch. Personally I like light leather gloves in summer. The added benefit of heated grips and hand guards helps into spring and autumn. Unfortunately many manufacturers seem to believe that the hands shrink in winter; they seem to use the same outer and reduce the space available with padding. These do not. They are a full size (mine are 3XL and quite comfortable to wear. The wrist is long enough to go under the jacket. They are a budget glove. The lining and design obviously has compromises to produce the gloves at this price. I was undecided whether to give 5 stars - they obviously meet their design brief at a good price, or 3 stars to reflect their actual quality. I settled for 4.
Good pair of gloves
For budget gloves these are a good buy. They are comfortable and warm and have a small amount if built in protection over the uncles. I have not given them a 5 because the lining shifts when you take them off making it a bit of a struggle to get your fingers back in properly the next time you wear them. Also I haven't tried them in the wet yet but at the price I'm not expecting too much.