Product Code: A1E22460

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One size fits all knitted glove to keep at the bottom of your ruck sack, just in case.

100% Acrylic fabric is lightweight and fast drying as well as offering excellent warmth for its weight. Ideal for active sports such as running or as a base layer in colder conditions.


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Product Features

  • Ones Size Fits All
  • Close Fitting 100% Acrylic Fabric Provides Excellent Warmth

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(7 out of 10)


good for mild days
one size dos not fit all
Confirmed purchase: 21 April 2015
Published on: 01 June 2015
(10 out of 10)

C. John

Kenninghall, Norfolk Enthusiast
Very portable, lightweight and well-made for a secondary glove. They're one size only, so are a little snug for a large hand, but perfect for ladies. Ideal as an under glove for glacier mittens and technical ice gloves - best to keep a couple of spare pairs in the rucksac for those times when someone in the party has forgotten theirs. Cheap, but not skimpy - a worthwhile buy.
A bit small for beefy blokes. The sewn logo on the back means that effectively there's a left and right, but I ignore things like that.
Confirmed purchase: 01 April 2015
Published on: 11 May 2015
(7 out of 10)


A well fitting base layer glove with a good deep cuff which keeps out the cold, even when used on their own. They don't seem to hold water like so many other so called "waterproof" gloves, simply wring them out and pop them back on, or have a spare pair in your rucksack.
They get easily snagged by velco, so keep them away from it.
Confirmed purchase: 02 April 2015
Published on: 06 May 2015