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Fleece Fingerless Gloves For Men And Women

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Women's Fleece Fingerless Gloves
$14.95
$14.95
Description
Our Women' s Fleece Fingerless Gloves are better than regular gloves or mittens because they keep your hands and wrists warm, while keeping your fingers free and usable.

Our Women' s Fleece Fingerless Gloves are worn by computer users, sports enthusiasts, motorcyclists and drivers. They keep your fingers mobile: no fumbling, no removing or on/off, no more struggling with key pads, smartphones and more!

Made of cozy fleece, they' re incredibly warm and soft. Machine-washable 100% polyester. Women' s fit adult small, Imported.

Available Colors
Black
Camel
Gray
Red

Size
Women' s fit adult small; 10-1/4"L

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Women's Fleece Fingerless Gloves
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$14.95
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Gift Wrap for $4.95
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Men's Fleece Fingerless Gloves
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In Stock!
$14.95
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Gift Wrap for $4.95
Reviews
4.3 (based on customer reviews)

By DenverDogMom
5
Love these gloves. Love them :)
Comments about Product:
I adore these gloves. Just adore them. I bought two pair, in black and gray, along with pairs from Amazon and Lands End. The Amazon pairs are okay, and frankly I gave away the Lands End pairs. These ones are keepers! They fray at the ends, but that's no big deal. They're nice and soft. Lovely!!
By DenverDogMom
5
Absolutely love these :)
Comments about Product:
I adore these gloves. Just adore them. I bought two pair, in black and gray, along with pairs from Amazon and Lands End. The Amazon pairs are okay, and frankly I gave away the Lands End pairs. These ones are keepers! They fray at the ends, but that's no big deal. They're nice and soft. Lovely!!
By Cat555
4
Nice gloves
Comments about Product:
I really like these gloves, they're warm, soft and comfortable. I would give 5 stars but they are really big on me. I was expecting something more fitted but would buy again.
By Cold hands, warm heart
5
Awesome!
Comments about Product:
A friend gave these to me after listening to me complain about my constantly cold hands. I love them. They are great for wearing indoors while I read or play on my ipad.
By Lolana
5
Luv them, making second purchase!
Comments about Product:
Have to buy a third pair; one I gave away as a gift...my daughter keeps "borrowing" mine...so I need to buy a new pair for me!
By Maxysgirl
4
Fingerless Gloves
Comments about Product:
Great stocking stuffers!!
By BritinUSA
2
Poor quality
Comments about Product:
Looked so much better in the catalog. The stitching is poor and missing in certain areas. Not worth the cost
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