Isotoner Women's Packable Cuff Gloves with Smartouch Technology


  • Shell: 100% Nylon; Cuff: 88% Polyester, 12% Spandex; Lining: 100% Polyester; Padding: 100% Polyester
  • Imported
  • Hand Wash
  • SleekHeat powered by Polartec Alpha provides 26 percent more warmth without bulk
  • Super soft fleece creates a close fit for cozy comfort
  • Highly compressible inner layer folds into cuff for ultimate packability and portability
  • smarTouch invisible technology for superior touch screen compatibility
  • Water repellent shell keeps hands dry - perfect for outdoor activities and on-the-go lifestyles


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Rain, snow, or on-the-go, Isotoner packable cuff gloves with SleekHeat powered by Polartec Alpha provide the ultimate warmth and portability without compromising dexterity and style. SleekHeat provides 26 percent more warmth without bulk. Highly compressible design folds into a convenient cuff for easy storage. Lined with super soft fleece for a close fit, and water repellent to keep your hands dry. smarTouch technology is touch screen enabled so you can stay warm and stay in touch. Care instructions: Hand wash cool, no bleach. Air dry flat. Do not tumble dry, iron, or dry clean.

Product details
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Package Dimensions : 6.4 x 3.8 x 1.6 inches; 1.6 Ounces
  • Item model number : 40471
  • Department : Womens
  • Date First Available : September 8, 2016
  • Manufacturer : Totes Women's Accessories
  • ASIN : B01I7GQ1GU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,894 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #83601 in Women's Shops
    • #624 in Women's Cold Weather Gloves

I really want to like these....and I will keep them since its not worth the cost of returning, but....what I read on many reviews is true.

I was looking for waterproof or semi water resistant, light weight, packable gloves, which they are.
Bought a women's small, as I am a womans small glove, not child size, womans- and they are still too big as they are not fitted. Ok, fine, for thicker lined gloves I will give them a pass, but other name brands for the same price pulled this off.
They are warm, very comfortable, nice feeling material. Love the cuff, but could be longer and maybe have elastic so gloves stay tighter on and do not let cold in. Flexible, not stiff which is a huge decision on why I am keeping them until I find something better. Like that they clip together. Palm has some fake suade like material that is supposed to be grippy, but is not, atleast it will protect the nylon though from wear, like shoveling, as these gloves are very thin nylon, looks like ripstoo but no clue...
Work great for index finger typing but at the thumb like many reviewers said they are wide like mittens, so you really have to pull down on them if you have small hands to text with thumb. People with wide hands will have an issue I am guesding. If they do not reach down to the crease of my small hands at thumb area for mobility, good luck.
But right off the bat, out of the package the first thing I saw was loose threads. See pics. Another complaint by reviewers, will they rip there? or come apart we shall see. And the second thing when I tried them on there is a huge tag sewn right inside the both gloves as other reviews complained about.
These gloves range from $23.00 to $46.00 right now pending size. I would expect more quality control and witts not to put a huge tag inside a glove. Especially from a old time glove manufactorer. I think I got my first pair as a kid many decades ago as a gift. Let me guess they are made in China now, hold on, let me check....and BINGO that is exactly what the big ass tag says! So....You have to be very careful cutting these tags out without either making a hole in the glove or leaving an irritating edge. You need sewing snippers or very small scissors.. pull on tag when cutting to get all the materal out. It is next to another tag that say Polartec but that one is made small and better material, does not seem to be a problem. The inside finish between the inner and outer layer and cuff is unquestionable, not "finished" , very sloppy. See pics.
So you be the judge here.
My last pic I did the water test. Water did not penetrate the glove. It pooled and rolled right off. I went outside real quick in a nor'easter we are having right now to walk the dog and hands stayed dry and warm.

Go to a outdoor store, REI, Dicks, etc... and look at their $30.00 gloves from brand names, and flip inside out. You will see a finished product.

I really like these gloves. They are soft and they work like a champ with my phone. I wear them almost daily since I got them. The cuffs are perfect, they are snug without being tight. As far as warmth, the coldest weather I wore them in was about 15 degrees. They did the job for that, but I would say that I'm not sure this would be my goto pair in anything colder or wet snow. The only issue I have is that there is an annoying tag inside that bugs me if it doesn't lay just right. I will probably cut it off, but I will have to turn the gloves inside out and then I'm afraid the edge of the tag will stick me. This is probably only an issue if you have a touch of sensory issues.

I really like these gloves. They are lightweight and fairly warm, though my fingers still get cold on longer dog walks up here in the Northeast. Within a WEEK or 2 after I had been wearing them (and no unusual wear or stress), a small side seam opened on one of the fingers. Very disappointing. So I returned them and exchanged them for another pair, same style and size. (Speaking of size, a size medium fit me fine and I wear a size 7 glove.) I guess I'd give these gloves a chance, assuming that my experience was a one-off, hopefully. I usually trust the Isotoner name.
UPDATE March 2017: I received the replacement pair and wore them throughout the winter. No heavy usage, just for walking the dog, etc. By the Spring, I see that a larger seam opened on the inside of my left palm, all around my thumb! Since I had enjoyed them for a couple of months, I did order my THIRD pair, because my sister had also ordered a pair and she never had a problem with any seam coming apart, throughout the whole winter. I liked them well enough (and they were not that expensive). I will put this new 3rd pair away and save it for next winter. Not sure if it's just me, or if the quality control of these gloves is lacking. :(

These are the perfect winter gloves. They are compact, lightweight and fitted and very water resistant. It's very nice to find quality gloves for smaller hands!!

I recently washed my car in 40 degree weather with these gloves on and a rubber glove with a rubber glove over my left hand. Despite accidentally submerging my right hand in the bucket at least three times, I was able to complete the job. The first time I didn't even notice, by the third I felt some dampness by the seams of the glove. I put the gloves on the counter and they were completely dry a few hours later. I don't recommend submerging them in water, but I'm confident that these gloves will get me through a New England winter!

These are super lightweight yet warm. Love that they don't 'puff up' my pockets when I decide not to wear them. Work good for driving with being thin and having a grippy palm. The Blue Spark color is bright, but at least I won't get them mixed up with everyone else's black gloves. Got these for an incredible deal last week, would never pay the full price. They aren't worth THAT much.

These gloves were woefully small. I usually wear small gloves unless something is marked "runs small". In neoprene gloves (not for fashion wear but for cleaning etc), I wear a size small too. The Isotoner gloves would not completely fit my hand. It was about 1/2 inch from hitting the base of my fingers. It didn't fit properly at the wrist.
I shipped these back and ordered a different color in the same style in Medium.

These gloves are amazing! They work really well with my smartphone, and are SUPER warm. The only thing I didn't like was the sizing. I originally ordered medium, based on the sizing chart (I measured my hand and everything). The mediums fit perfect on my fingers, but were tight across the back of my hand. I sent those back and ordered a size large, which ended up fitting perfectly on my palms and wasn't tight along the back of my hand, but the fingers are too long now, which makes them a bit hard to use with my smartphone (but not unusable).