For all those who live in the colder climes, these are the super gloves for every adverse condition. The fingers and hands are made of Polartec® PowerStretch, which means they're warm and fleecy. Then we added a weather resistant shell panel that can be wrapped around the fingers, for when you need to keep wind, rain, and cold at bay. When not in use, these panels stuff into the cuff. Reflective details top it all off, for any kind of weather, bad or otherwise.

- polyester shell
- Polartec® PowerStretch lining
- wind and water resistance
- 2-in-1 design, glove converting to a mitten
- reflective details for added safety
- soft touch thumb
- wrist pocket to tuck away hood

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
amazing idea, but falls short

I was really excited about these gloves - the concept is something I've often pondered on runs when my fingers get cold but the palm of my hand is toasty warm. I received the gloves as a birthday gift and have had them out for a few runs already.
Pluses: true to size, soft fleecy nose-wipe, and love the reflective logo. Great concept! They have been warm enough, maybe even too warm - I got the black and here in sunny Colorado they hold the heat very well.
Minuses: the reflective logo is already cracked and peeling - my birthday was 11/11, so I haven't had them out that much. The over-mitt is about an inch longer than my fingers are, making zipping a jacket, clipping a dog leash, etc impossible with the mitten part in place. I have small hands, but not tiny. I'd also prefer if there was even a little grippy-ness to the palm and fingertips. I find myself dropping stuff because the fleece is so smooth. I had thought these would be good gloves for nordic skiing, but without some grip I won't even try.

Overall they're pretty nice, but I think some improvements could be made.


i had high hopes for these since I have two pairs of Oiselle gloves from a few years ago that are fantastic.
my hands froze in these, and afterward i began sweating and the glove stayed wet (and cold) the entire run. not worth the price.

Best gloves I've owned

Living in the midwest and running outside in sub zero temperatures, I have searched for years for good gloves. No matter what gloves I had or how many pairs I wore, my hands were always frozen at some point during my run. I wore these gloves with a real feel temperature of -10 F and my hands were warm the entire run. I never write reviews and had to share how amazing these are!

Raynaud's best friend

These are the perfect gloves. My fingers start to numb around 60F, and I've worn these shirtless in 50F all the way down to freezing. Under about 30, you might want something warmer.

Keeps my fingers warm!

I have Raynaud's syndrome and lose circulation in my fingers frequently, especially in cold/rainy conditions. Usually, mittens are the best at keeping my fingers warm. I got these because I love the stashable water/wind cover, but was skeptical as to how good they would be for warmth. I am pleased to announce that my fingers were soooo warm after running in 30-degree weather on two occasions so far. And I love that they have clasps that keep them together when they aren't in use. No more lost gloves!

Toasty gloves

I took a chance and bought these gloves needing extra warmth during my single digit runs during the winter months. I have a similar pair (just like this glove) by Brooks but it was missing “extra warmth” or the fleece feel. Of the two pair of gloves, Oiselle wins. My hands are much warmer. For super cold days, these are my go-to gloves. I used the size chart and ordered the S/M—perfect fit.


I have small hands, and the s/m fit perfectly! The fleece lining is amazing, and I love how easily the shell flips over the fingers to create mittens or stores. They’re warm and just what I need to run with my dog or chase kids outside (so I can switch to gloves to complete small tasks without freezing my hands). I’m so glad I treated myself to these beauties!

Hands up for these little beauties!

These glove/mittens have so many fantastic features:
versatility--ability to easily switch between gloves and mittens midworkout;
soft fleece brushed material over thumb, which is the quintessential detail for winter hand gear as it's the perfect material to continually rub over your nose to wipe away the constant drip without irritating it raw;
reflective--extra visibility

They kept my hands (which suffer from poor circulation) warm and dry in temps thus far as low as 22F!