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Because it's an all-leather glove I was able to keep it totally waterproof with mink oil (there is lots of products you can use but I like this best). I ski in the east, and it gets pretty cold, and I don't really like to go in during the day. My hands could have been warmer, but they were pretty good for the most part.
The glove fit me great, and I loved the large velcro tab at the cuff, it worked great. sometimes you get a glove that is too long or short on your wrist, the Mule was perfect for me.
I think I spent around $40 on the gloves, and they were worth every bit.
Normally I wear an XL with gloves. The shop was out of that size, so I ended up with a L. It's an all-leather glove, so it stretched out a little and the fit was fine after a couple of days.
Once again, becasue the Mule is 100% leather, it was really durable. I ski a lot of tight eastern woods, and clip a couple of trees now and then. The gloves have a few scratches on them, but considering what I put them through, the look good.