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Great Light Weight Glove
I needed a light glove to wear when I'm walking the dog on cool mornings and this was the perfect choice for those days with temps of 40-50 degrees. I also plan to use it as a liner under my heavier gloves during very cold weather. It's a high quality glove that fits my needs.
Great except sizing was a little odd
This glove is exactly what I wanted in that it's a thin glove that's easy to get on and helps regulate temps, either as part of a layering system on long rides or by itself in mild temperatures. My gripe is that the palm area is slightly too big for me and the fingers are too short, so it works okay but feels a little awkward. I don'... Read Moret tend to notice it once I'm going but the fit could be better for me. Potentially they'd fit great for someone with thicker hands and not as long of fingers.
Light glove to warm my hands
For slightly chilly mornings, these come in clutch. Helps my hands stay toasty in the car without incasing my hands in inches of cloth. This is important to me since I have RA and cold hands = stiff and painful joints. For phone use, you do have to make sure the pads are correctly placed or it wont work. Thats not a big issue for me personally and ... Read Moregenerally its difficult to use a phone with most gloves. Overall, Im super happy I got these and will enjoy them for years to come.
These are thin, well fitting, good looking gloves with a nice pull loop. The emphasis is definitely on liner, because they don't provide much warmth by themselves. Haven't had a chance to sweat in them yet, but suspect they would be very good at wicking moisture. The screen fingertips/thumbtips work well.
Perfect for their designed purpose
Great base layer gloves made from the same material as my Capilene base layer tops. Perfect under a pair of warm mittens when its really cold, and also good for those runs when you almost dont need gloves, or on a long run in the 40s when you might need them for just part of the outing. The straps make for a quick on/off motion, and the little smar... Read Moretphone pads work like a champ. Im 63 with long-ish fingers and these gloves are about a millimeter from being too short: if youve got extra long digits the XL might be a better choice.
I use these gloves as liners to a shell. Great fit and appreciate the "cord" for pulling glove on. I also use them as a standalone glove but they do not have sufficient grip for opening bottles, twisting knobs, or using a touch phone. Great colors. To improve, there should be a cord attaching the gloves (to connect - not lose - when glove... Read Mores are removed).
More liner than mid weight
Great Patagonia quality, not really a wear alone for warmth glove. Midweight is misleading, it is strictly a glove liner (of great quality). Not meant to be wear lone, unless its in 45+ degrees.
Thanks for your feedback on the gloves, Gerardo! We're sorry for any misunderstanding. The material of these gloves is the same fabric as our Midweight Capilene tops and bottoms. If these didn't perform as you had hoped, please reach out to us to [return](https://help.patagonia.com/s/) under our Ironclad Guarantee!
Thoughtful but fragile
Ordered these as an alternative to wool liners because I thought they'd be more durable (my Capilene bottoms are nearing their second decade of service), but even trying them on I snagged them on my shell's Velcro more than once. The construction is great, the pull loop is really well designed, but I think the fabric will quickly look rat... Read Morety.
Perfect for cold mornings!
I ordered these for my husband who sometimes runs very early in the morning and it's dark and quite cold. I first ordered the Lg. and they were too small. It was very easy to exchange them for an extra lg. and I received them a couple of days later. The extra large fits him perfectly and he is so pleased with them! Highly recommend.
Solved a problem I have long had: how to keep my hands both warm and usable while running and hiking in cold and wet weather. I usually wear them by themselves, not as liners, unless it's really, really cold. Very smart, practical design. Fast-drying. Gloves supple enough to let you text-message or turn a page in a guidebook. A seemingly small... Read More innovation like this can make a world of difference.
Build Quality not to Patagonia Standards
I received these for Christmas, it's now January 6th. That is less than two weeks of wear. The left glove has a hole forming where the finger connects to the palm of the hand and the right glove has a hole on the tip of the thumb. That is unacceptable for a product at this price point, and speaks to poor quality construction. I know Patagonia... Read More offers the program where you can send items back for repair, which is great. The problem is the repairs are super backed up (not their fault), and it's winter now. What are you supposed to do when the item you planned on for this winter running season is toast after less than 14 uses? If you are on a budget and you count on Patagonia's gear to offer a solid value and reliability it's very frustrating when their stuff falls apart so quickly. It's not like all of us have multiple pair of running gloves we can fall back to when one fails. Very disappointed in this product. I'll be sending back in the Spring for repair. Would not recommend to anyone.
Definitely not warm!
These gloves are not warm. They will not keep your hands warm in temperatures below 45 degree fahrenheit. They are also not wind resistant. The upside, if there is any, is that they feel comfortable and are true to size. Sadly, I can't recommend this product.
Hi Lucas, we're sorry to hear that the Patagonia Capilene® Midweight Liner Gloves aren't keeping you warm enough. Keep in mind that these are a liner glove and meant to be worn as insulation. If you're looking for a wind-resistant glove, try checking out the Wind Shield Gloves, https://www.patagonia.com/product/wind-shield-running-gloves/33336.html?dwvar_33336_color=FGE.
E-Tip Doesnt Work
Wearing these anywhere that you may need to use your phone is a horrible idea. E-Tips dont work at all. Had to remove the glove every time I needed my phone and at an outdoor mall... very problematic!
We're sorry to hear that the electronics-compatible feature didn't work, but we appreciate the feedback. Your purchase is covered under our [Ironclad Guarantee](https://help.patagonia.com/s/article/Ironclad-Guarantee) and we're glad to see you've already returned the gloves. Please reach out to our Customer Service if you need any assistance!
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