Outdoor Research Women's PL400 Sensor Gloves

$40.00

  • 95% Polyester, 5% Spandex
  • Imported
  • Pull On closure
  • Machine Wash
  • Fabric Performance: Breathable, Wicking, Quick Drying

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The warm, touch-screen-compatible PL 400 Sensor Gloves are made with a smooth 300-weight fleece outer and a 100-weight fleece liner. A Sensor index finger- and thumb-tip allow the use of touchscreen devices without the need to expose your hands to the elements. Wear this insulating, heavy-duty liner with a waterproof shell or alone during a cool-weather hike.


Product details
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Product Dimensions : 37 x 3 x 16 inches; 1.6 Ounces
  • Item model number : 243223
  • Department : Womens
  • Date First Available : June 15, 2014
  • Manufacturer : Outdoor Research
  • ASIN : B00H4W83TC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,137 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #200 in Women's Outdoor Recreation Gloves, Mittens & Liners
    • #988 in Women's Sports Accessories
    • #470 in Women's Cold Weather Gloves

I love them. They keep my hands warm but aren’t bulky. The spandex in the fabric starts to wear out quickly. Same thing happened with my last pair. As the fibers break, they start to look like brownish fuzz on the palms. Doesn’t bother me but my husband recently asked, “Ew what’s all over your gloves??” Also, they run small imo. I have small hands, short fingers and these barely fit. With most gloves I’ve tried, the fingers are way too long. These are the opposite, which I prefer if I have to choose. So stubby fingered people are in luck.

I walk outside a lot, I was hoping these gloves would keep my hands warm. In 45° weather, my fingers were numb and I have pretty good circulation. These provided absolutely no warmth.

These are awesome, kept my hands warm all winter! Snow and rain was never a problem. I got the medium size and after breaking them in realized I would prefer the small size (my hand from top of wrist to tip of middle finger is 6.5" long, front pointer finger knuckle to pinky knuckle is 3.25" wide). The finger tips, especially the thumb, folds over about a 1/2 inch on the medium. Hope this helps!

So i just got these gloves and they're awesome but these are just liners. So the people are saying they're not warm enough....that why. You need to biy a separate water and wind proof shell, and almost all outdoor active type gloves are like that. I really hope helped people who are lost in the sea of glove liners and actual water/windproof gloves. :-)

These are good cool temperature gloves. The packaging rates them at 25 to 40 degrees but I have found them to be best at 40 and above. At cooler temperatures, I use these as outer gloves over a thinner pair. Apart from that, I like them okay though would not wear them in wet weather.

These gloves look nice and are reasonably warm for liner gloves. But the e-touch feature almost never works on my iPhone.

As with any glove - they don't fit. These gloves fit in finger length, but are tight around the hand. I don't have large hands, my hands are actually 'average' women's hands. This is the same problem I seem to encounter regularly - if they fit in finger length they are tight, if they fit around my hand the finger's are too long. I can't rate the glove itself as I can't wear them comfortably - sorry.

First off these are great for texting and not removing your gloves, that is the main reason for purchasing. However, based on the measurements it recommended the small size, which I ordered, however they are just a little too small. I would suggest ordering a size up especially if you have longer fingers. However, the main reason I cannot give this product 5 stars is that after a week of light use, primarily use these for driving to and from work since it is the winter here, the silicon type grip on the fingers has rubbed off. Also, I would not suggest wearing these gloves for an extended period of time as they are not warm especially in temps below 20. Basically if you're one who does outdoor winter activities (biking, walking,running, skiing) not ideal for colder outdoor activities.