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Women's Trail Model Down Gloves
These warm, water-resistant gloves are the perfect choice for every winter activity.
Fabric & Care
- DownTek™ fill is 80% duck down, 20% feathers.
- 100% polyester shell.
- Spot clean.
- 650-fill, water-repellent DownTek repels 33% more moisture and dries 66% faster than untreated down.
- 100% polyester ripstop fabric shell is soft, durable, and water resistant.
- Goatskin leather palm for extra grip and abrasion resistance.
Women's Trail Model Down Gloves is rated out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by SineWave from Waterproof! Soft Inside! An excellent replacement for my very old (but still adequately usable LL Bean) gloves. Much smaller in size than my old pair for a better, more snug fit to keep my little hands warmer (note that the LL Bean hand warmers still fit inside). Waterproof and toasty warm, perfect for traveling in cold, damp Scotland in October. The inside is so soft and cozy! My hands felt very happy and pampered in my new gloves. Very highly recommended. Another winner from LL Bean!
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by MissyCiel from Cozy & Warm! First of all, I love the soft fleece liner. Then the glove warms up, and besides cozy, my hands are cozy and warm. I was initially (really...) bummed that the mitten version of this was entirely sold out, then went to the store to perhaps on an off-chance find a stray pair. I stumbled across these and have to say, these might be even better. I compared them to a more expensive mitten in the store, and felt these actually were more comfortable, as ones with more down are stiff. I like the look, as well as the feel.
Date published: 2015-12-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by sotrelle from Dry But Cold After reading previous reviews, I requested, and received, these gloves for Christmas. I live in New England, and yesterday's Nor'Easter afforded me the opportunity to wear these gloves. The temperature was 15, but with a strong wind, the wind chill was 0. I spent 45 minutes outdoors, clearing snow. These gloves did an excellent job of keeping my hands dry. However, they did not keep my hands warm at all. Within 20 minutes my fingers were so cold that they hurt. These gloves might be better suited for warmer temperatures.
Date published: 2017-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by TallTreesPNW from Toasty Roasty I just got the opportunity to test these gloves out on a very cold hike. Air temperature was 33 degrees and the wind was blowing hard. Wind chill was around 18 degrees. These gloves kept my hands nice and toasty. No sweating inside the glove either. The only drawback is you will have to take the gloves off to take a picture or use your phone.
Date published: 2016-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ronnie66 from Toasty Last night and this morning were the first time that I was able to try these gloves because the temperature dropped to 22 and the wind chill is 5. I must say that they kept my hands nice and warm. I have been ordering Bean products since the 1970's and they are always exceptional!
Date published: 2016-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by cowdoggal from Good gloves We live in an area in NV where winter temps can get pretty cold -- 6 degrees is the coldest so far. I tend to have constantly-cold hands while outdoors in cold weather, but these gloves keep my hands the warmest they've been in the winter. The lining is soft, and the gloves are not overly-bulky. I like them enough I'd buy another pair.
Date published: 2015-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by RockyMtnWoman from The Absolute Best for Cold Fingers! I can recommend these for anyone needing warmth and protection from the cold, even extremes in the single digits. I love them! They really work great here in the Rockies where we have had some really cold weather lately. No longer do I have to keep my hands stuffed in my pockets to stay warm.
Date published: 2015-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by tarheel from Toasty These gloves are WARM! My hands are always cold in the winter and I bought these gloves to wear on a recent trip to northern Canada to see the polar bears. The gloves kept me warm and toasty.
Date published: 2015-11-04