These are much better than leather gloves but not as good as sheepskin in the very cold spell we have had. I took the advice on the website and ordered a size larger than my usual size but, I suspect, my usual size would have fitted as the fingers are a little long.
To begin with, Raynaud's Disease.com provided excellent service! I placed my order on Sunday evening, essentially first thing Monday morning, and the gloves arrived on Wednesday afternoon, as the Royal Mail had advised. Both businesses receive five stars.
The gloves themselves have proven to be less than ideal for my intended purpose, which is cycling. The cuffs are too short, making it impossible to maintain cover over them with jacket sleeves while in use. In retrospect, the longer Ejendals Tegera 297 type with velcro straps at the wrist would have been a far better choice.
I went up a size (10), as suggested, but they are a little bit big. However, I can't tell if my true size (9) would have been a better fit without trying them on, a clear disadvantage of purchasing products like gloves and shoes online!
I haven't put them through their paces in bad weather yet, but the build quality and materials are superior to many of the more expensive specialist cycling gloves I've seen, and if they perform well in cold, wet conditions, I might buy a pair of the Ejendals Tegera 297 in the future.
These gloves are quite a tight fit at first but soon become very easy to put on. Extremely warm and waterproof. They are the second pair I have had. The first I still use for rough work and are a bit of a mess now with tape around the fingers as I found the leather is not tough enough for manual work. Service and price from Raynauds was excellent
Had high hopes for these gloves For the price, the quality is ok. In wearing, the lining does give so I was pleased I ordered my size Did my fingers stay warm. In the cold weather. NO. Only when temperatures got to 5C were my fingers warm. I had to put them and my fingers under a hand dryer to warm both up before I could go back outside. They are questionable on waterproofing.