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Powder Search Trigger Mitts

Regular Price$70.00Sale Price$42.00
Product rating 4 of 5 stars
4
Regular
ColorBlack
Black
SizeXSSize chart
XS
  • Touch Screen Capable
  • Water Repellent
  • Breathable
  • Heating
Product Description

Waterproof/breathable, insulated ski mitts that are also touchscreen-compatible. Conductive polyurethane material on fingers lets you control your media's touchsreen without removing the mitts.

Features
  • Soft, brushed tricot lining
  • 100 grams ThermaFillĀ® insulation for warmth
  • Adjustable gauntlet wrists seal out cold
  • Reinforced palms for durability and sure grip
  • Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL
Materials
  • Shell: 100% nylon: Palm & thumb: 100% polyester: Lining: 100% polyester
  • Imported
Reviews
4 out of 5 star rating
Product rating 4 of 5 stars
4 Reviews
75% recommend this item
Fitness meter label is true to size
Fit:
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  • Miles
    Gender Male
    Height 5'10"
    Type Regular
    ActivitySnowboarding
    Pros
    Cons
    Fitness meter label is true to size
    Fit:
    SmallLarge
    Great gloves for snowboarding
    Dec 20, 2018

    These gloves are awesome. Very comfortble and perfect for snowboarding. the trigger finger makes it easy to strap in the bindings and grab things, but add the warmth of mittens. I loved them, but I ripped them on a tree (lol) so I will definitely order some more!!

  • John
    Gender Male
    Height 5'10"
    Type Regular
    ActivityOther
    Pros
    Cons
    Fitness meter label is true to size
    Fit:
    SmallLarge
    Great!
    Mar 20, 2018

    great glover, perfect for me

  • Karsen
    Gender Male
    Height 5'8"
    Type Plus
    ActivityHiking
    Pros Soft, Warm
    Cons
    Fitness meter label is true to size
    Fit:
    SmallLarge
    Warm enough for Alaska
    Dec 22, 2017

    I used these for a trip to Anchorage in December. We went hiking for about 2 hours, and the temperature was between 19 and 23 degrees (Fahrenheit). We also stayed outside for 5 hours to watch the Aurora when it was 16 degrees, and my hands and fingers stayed warm the whole time. The sizing was just right with the exception of the thumb. I'm not sure if I have a really short thumb or if the thumb portion is just really big.

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