I have worn the Sealskinz All Weather Gloves while hiking, backpacking, camping and for everyday wear over the past month. They have proven to be comfortable, warm, and durable. You can read my first update HERE.
Gloves are an absolute must for me, even in fairly temperate weather. I have broken both of my pinkies, so they get cold easily. So when the opportunity arose to review the Sealskinz All Weather Gloves, I eagerly volunteered. Sealskinz describes the All Weather Glove as “A rugged, lightweight and technical waterproof glove. Offering a balance of warmth and breathability.” You can read my full initial thoughts HERE.
The temperatures here in Maine lately have been downright frigid (below 20 degrees most days) and having gloves/mittens no matter what you are doing outside is just about mandatory. The Comet Method Gloves have been my “go to” gloves every single morning that I go out, not just when I am heading for the mountains. They do not limit my mobility as much as other, heavier gloves typically do. I have no problem wearing them while driving or holding on to my trekking poles when heading up a mountain. The GoreTex membrane means that my hands stay nice and dry, but don’t wind up getting terribly sweaty thanks to the breathability of it. They are the absolutely perfect multipurpose glove.