Protective mittens that operate as well as fingerless gloves as they do mittens. Thin material that is easily applied while keeping user's hands warm in cool environments. Perfect for winter sports and activities.
Not for most extreme cold/weather conditions.
Weatherproof design built not only to keep the wearer warm, but protect them from ice-cold snow, rain, sleet, and other potential hazards. Work well with liners for the best of both worlds. Buyers laud the range of dexterity for such a tough yet inexpensive mitten. Several claim they hold up in subzero temperatures.
Some buyers claim they fall apart after several uses.
Mittens that allow for impressive range of grip and motion on the fingers. Many buyers like them for skiing, snowboarding, and other snow activities. Several buyers laud "toasty" hands without sacrificing their children's dexterity.
Sizing chart a source of much confusion.
Several buyers claim to have immediately bought a second pair. Others love the softness without sacrificing function and protection. Buyers laud the wide range of sizes for older children and growing teenagers. Durably built for harsh winters. Excellent middle ground between performance and leisure.
Sizing takes some work. Some find the material too thin and flimsy for extreme activities.
Buyers love the classic look that offers more protection than the standard knit glove. Several praise how well the liner adds a layer of protection often lacking in similar mittens. Great for children; boasts flexibility as they grow into teens and adults.
Liner adds some bulkiness that limits movement and could hinder those who do not need extreme protection.
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