These are our warmest waterproof mittens for skiing
and snowboarding, designed to give the hand optimal
movement in a limited space to ensure warmth and
usability. PrimaLoft® Gold (400 gr/m2) Insulation on
the outside and PrimaLoft® Gold ECO (200gr/m2)
insulation in the palm provide great stretch, the right
softness and warmth. The stretchy flex™1 outer
fabric ensures excellent durability, fit and flexibility,
while the palm is made of durable goat skin to ensure
a good grip. The dri™1 insert makes the glove
waterproof and breathable. Other features include
light weight leach one hand closure system.
A 2.5-layer technical fabric, dri™1 is constructed with face fabric laminated to a printed membrane on the backside. Without needing a liner, it is a soft, ultra-lightweight, low-volume protective material using a hydrophilic system of moisture transportation rather than microporous holes. Suitable for biking, walking, hiking and other outdoor sports where it’s important to shield the body against rain and wind.
Waterproof: min. 20,000 mm
Breathability: Very Good min. 20,000
** JIS-L 1099 B2-inverted cup test
PrimaLoft™ Gold 130 g is a patented micro-structure that gives great thermal insulation to help the body maintain its temperature, minimizing energy loss. Extremely light and soft, it was originally developed by the US Army to replace natural down. As down absorbs moisture, it becomes wet and loses its thermal-insulating abilities. PrimaLoft™ absorbs three times less water, is 14% warmer when dry and 24% warmer when wet, than the competitive insulation.
A single ply stretchy fabric that provides wind resistance and water-repellent while allowing improved moisture vapour transportation rates compared to waterproof products. These specially designed fabrics have all the attributes we expect in a Soft Shell: stretch, water-repellency, wind resistance and excellent moisture vapour transportation.
Rated 5 out of
Jackie Paaso from
The only pair I needed all winter!I love mittens, and these are now my new favorites. I basically wore them every day this winter. For someone who gets cold pretty easily, these mittens passed the test.