When you need more protection, our full fingered bison down gloves are lightweight, warm and durable. Combed from the insulating, downy undercoat of the American Bison, until you put these on, it's hard to believe their ultra-soft comfort and lightweight warmth. Bison Down is harvested from buffalo in Colorado and South Dakota then finely knit for maximum warmth with minimum bulk. These gloves are so lightweight that they are only 1.5 oz per glove. These gloves are durable, absorb moisture without feeling damp, and retain body heat well. the USA. Machine washable.
Stay warm and comfortable under the harshest circumstances.
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Satisfaction Guaranteed: NO FINE PRINT, If you don't truly love them, send them back. 100% money back. These are expensive gloves, and if they don't work for you for what ever reason, you shouldn't be stuck with them. We have been doing these for seven years now, at hunting shows, and fishing events across the country, and have made this promise to everyone we have ever sold a pair to.
I like a lightweight glove...for driving, for spring and autumn walks. I have tried all kinds of them, but have settled on a Smartwool glove - which I like, but it wears out so fast. Enter the Bison Extreme Down Glove, it is very similar in weight and construction to the Smartwool but I am hoping for better wear. I way liked the part on the packaging that said the bison glove wouldn't smolder or melt from sparks from a campfire - for example. I can't say for sure yet whether these gloves have a greater temperature range than the Smartwool, but I am interested in testing that. The other interesting thing about these gloves - you advertise these are made from the same yarn as your Earth Lace yarn - which I have bought to make mittens, as you do not sell mittens. These gloves will help me determine the properties of the mittens I intend to knit (as soon as I'm done with these socks I am working on).
I love these gloves, and wear them all the time when it’s cold. The brown ones I bought several years ago (4 years perhaps) finally are wearing out, so they’re being replaced with a black pair now. They fit well and are nice and warm and extremely comfortable. Being knit gloves, they do not block the wind completely. Also you do need to be a little bit careful what you grab with them, but they’re more durable and longer lasting than I expected. (And according to my wife I destroy all clothing.) Pricey but worth every penny.
These gloves are surprisingly warm. I've been wearing them on very cold bike rides recently and they keep my hands incredibly warm despite the wind. Highly recommended.
These are my favorite all around gloves. Very comfortable and warm.
Very warm gloves, bison is feels like wool but is much warmer.
They are so soft and will be very warm! I'm sure my relatives will love them! Thanks
The gloves didn't warm my hands as much as the socks warm my feet. Perhaps it's because the feet are enclosed in a shoe.
Although the fingers were a bit short, they work just fine. They really do keep hands dry when it is raining. For near zero or very windy weather I would want a nylon over-layer. These will be my go-to hiking gloves.