The Lobster is a split mitt, or two-finger version of Endura's Tundra glove. As with mitts, the 'fingers together' approach creates a bit more warmth, but the lobster claw variation means you have just the right amount of mobility for braking.
The liner still has five fingers, and the only small problem we found was that the liner tended to stay clammy long after the rest of the glove had dried out after sweating or washing. It's a minor gripe, but one that affects every waterproof glove we've tested.
The Lobster is a weatherproof winter glove with a sealed (and breathable) liner and very effective Thinsulate insulation. The deep cuffs have elasticated wrists, with a Velcro strap for extra sealing, just enough palm padding for comfort and practical nose wipes on the thumb and forefinger area and across the back of the hand. They're perfect for the winter but some may not like the lobster claw split finger design - especially if you're used to one-finger braking (the Tundra five-fingered glove would suit such riders for the same price).