Cole Williams proves there’s no age limit on innovation.
This is a fantastic all-around glove for the cold and when it’s really cold it’s low-volume enough to act as a liner in a thicker glove or mitten.
It’s not easy finding a glove that is both fully waterproof and able to work with a touch screen, but Hanz has managed to pull it off here.
OMG, where have these been all my life?
Overall I found the gloves and socks to be extremely versatile. I can see them being used for water sports such as SUPing, Kayaking, Canoeing, Fishing, and even hiking in extreme wet conditions.
When the temp at your favorite fishing hole drops to below zero and you need to text your buds about all the action they’re missing, the Hanz Waterproof Tap-Knit Touchscreen is your only lifeline.
I would not hesitate to bring these along on backpacking trips when rain is expected, while fly fishing in the cold, or mountain biking in a downpour.
Hanz designs and manufacture all of their products in the U.S.A., which I like a lot. Each pair of socks and gloves is tested for water proofness before leaving the factory. I can’t wait for snow this winter to get full use out of both the socks and gloves.
HANZ also boasts their waterproof wear allows perspiration to escape, so I wore these socks in the shower. Five minutes later and my feet were still cozy and dry. Impressive.