Stay COOL this summer. No worries, winter is coming!
The abrasion-resistant polyurethane coating and insulated acrylic liner were specifically designed to retain warmth while reducing perspiration. The thin, yet durable coating maximizes comfort and flexibility in very cold and wet environments and provides an excellent wet/dry grip to aid in the freezing process and installation of Wintercraft Globe Ice Lanterns. We find the gloves to be useful for a variety of cold weather activities such as snow removal, biking, ice fishing, sledding and much more.
We carry four sizes: Medium (M), Large (L), Extra Large (XL) and Double Extra Large (XXL). The XL size seems to be the most popular and the M size is great for kids! All gloves are blue in color and an order quantity is one pair. We have found that the gloves typically run a bit smaller than standard gloves you would buy in a department store. We recommend the following guidelines for deciding which size is right for you.
Glove Sizing Guidelines (measure from the tip of your middle finger to the bend in your wrist)
Under 6 inches: M
Between 6.5-7 inches: L
Between 7-8 inches: XL
Over 8 inches: XXL
These gloves are absolutely the best for handling ice. Warm, with a good grip, flexible, and easy to take on and off when you’re in the middle of a delicate ice placement. And they last for years! I wear mine for almost everything I do outside. Don’t fall prey to the cheap ice gloves on Amazon, which are bulky and stiff and nowhere near the quality of Wintercraft gloves. Definitely good value for the money.
Love these gloves fit nice and warm and waterproof!
These were just what I needed for working with ice. Great product.
Work perfectly to handle all objects ice!
These gloves are worth the purchase. I did my first ever attempt of making ice luminaries and my hands stayed dry and the fur lining kept my fingers nice and warm. I was outside for about 1 1/2 hours and never had to take a break to warm up my hands. I bought a pair in large and extra large and will keep them both! Now I'm just waiting for the next round of cold weather to create more luminaries using the gloves again.