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I'm a guy, but have very small hands, and have also found Hugger gauntlet gloves (mine are unlined) to fit great. With almost all other brands, the fingers are too long. After several years of regular use, my Huggers are finally starting to wear out. I am going to be getting a new pair very soon.

Augusta, GA
Monday, December 2, 2013
Wow! Just read the article and I will be checking out their Web site next! About time women gloves like this came out. I do a lot of riding all year round and could use a warm pair of gloves that will let me feel my bike and clutch, etc.

Caj Pinero
Ormond Beach, FL
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
I know this is far after the article, but thanks so much! Was getting extremely frustrated trying to find some riding gauntlets that would fit my small hands before winter hits. Looking forward to trying them out.

Truth or Consequences, NM
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Not even close...I read this review, ran out and tried on a pair. I am desperate to find a true gauntlet that I can wear during the winter. This isn't it.

Gauntlet not wide enough to fit over winter leathers
Single-hand cuff closure broke when I tried to gently snug it down
Single-hand cuff is not a guarantee of 100 percent dry hands
Dry hands do not mean warm hands and this glove is not warm enough to wear in winter temperatures

They did look nice and were not as bulky as men's gloves but I would be concerned how long they will last.

Johns Creek, GA
Friday, February 5, 2010
Editor Response
Did you "try on a pair" or did you actually try the gloves out on the road. Not clear if you actually bought the gloves and and tried them out because if you did, then your assessment is fair. But if you did not and just tried them on in a store -- that needs to be pointed out as you make some bold statements about gloves you just tried on at a store.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
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