What I love the most about these gloves is the fact that they fit so well. They sit close to your hands without having that extra 1/2" of material coming off the ends of your fingers, making buckles and snaps difficult. These gloves are thin enough so that you can still feel what you're doing, but they still offer a good amount of warmth.
If you're looking for gloves for working in sub-zero temperatures, these aren't the pair for you. However, they are lined with a wonderfully soft material and I've found them perfectly fine when working around the barn throughout most of the New England winter. If temperatures are truly bitter, then I do opt for a pair of gloves that provides more warmth.
Whenever you think about a Carhartt product, durability and quality come to mind. The Quick Flex Glove is no exception. The glove features a reinforced thumb area, and the palm and fingers are all lined with a leather or suede which is highly durable and provides excellent grip. The spandex material which makes up the back of the glove is tough enough for barn chores, and it has not torn or frayed since I've been using these gloves.
Affordable and offering an excellent fit, the Carhartt Quick Flex Glove is an excellent choice for winter barn work.