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Review: Manzella gloves

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Manzella has designed a line of gloves that appeal to any possible activity. They rank them in three different categories, warm, warmer, warmest.

We have found that for most outdoor activities, with the exception of downhill skiing, the gloves in the "warm" category are sufficient, especially for backpacking, camping, or trekking. They give you ample warmth without being big and bulky.

All are breathable, and wind resistant and most are waterproof as well. They offer a feature of micro dots on the palm, which give you grip so make them functional as well.

I have horrible circulation and find that I never tend to leave home without them. They keep my hands warm, while not hindering any activity I might be doing.

Wind Pro – 10 Warmer

This fleece glove was tested in the middle of winter in Northern Michigan. It turned out to be the perfect glove for shoveling the snow, walking, Nordic skiing, and driving. The digital leather grips on the palm are great for holding poles or driving. We feel this will also be great for backpacking and hiking in the cooler weather.

Because they are so lightweight and used for a wide range of conditions, with the wind protection, water repellency and breathability, we will be using them for multiple activities. They are available for both men and women.

Tahoe Glove

Have you ever wished you could have one pair of gloves to use in almost all weather for all kinds of activities? We feel this fleece glove fits the bill. It is under warm category, so you would not use it on the coldest days, but the breathable 4-way stretch makes this glove an exceptional fit. The palm grip makes it comfortable for driving or hiking with poles. This fabulous glove is available for both men and women and comes in a variety of wonderful colors for women.


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