I've seen other reviews of these gloves giving them low ratings. I can't understand that. They work great for their intended purpose. They are comfortable and warm for me even down in the 20's. Mind you they are not warm for 15 minutes or so. You need to run and warm up and then they are adequate. No glove is going to keep your hands super warm. I find these gloves to be very absorbent of moisture from my hands and face (and sometimes nose). They stay warm even when lightly damp. What's super cool is that they are so thin. You just wouldn't expect it from this kind of material. But they work well for me. I've used them for biking as well over my fingerless padded bike gloves. They stretched and worked great at providing a little bit of warmth. Downfalls--they don't work super well with mp3 touch screens until they are damp. They are not wind/water resistant. I think those features would add more bulk. I might like a little finger grip on these. Don't just take my word for it. Try them. You'll probably like them if you like to be just warm enough on your run rather than over heating in the cool weather.